Everything You Need To Know About Betting On Super Bowl 58 In Las Vegas

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Written By Giovanni Shorter | Last Updated
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With Super Bowl LVIII taking place in Las Vegas, many bettors will be flooding into town with plans to wager heavily. Despite Vegas being the mecha of gambling, their rules for creating online sportsbook accounts differ from other markets. Here is everything bettors need to know before placing action online at Las Vegas Super Bowl sportsbooks.

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How To Join A Las Vegas Online Sportsbook

Las Vegas sportsbooks have to follow Nevada law with sports betting. Regulations require bettors to go to a retail sportsbook in order to register an account before they can wager online.

Per Regulation 22.140 and 5.225: For purposes of presenting a government-issued picture identification credential to confirm the patron’s identity, a patron may either personally appear before an employee of the licensee at which the book is located as provided in subsection 7 of Regulation 5.225 or before an employee of the book at the premises of the book or, for central site books, at an outstation, satellite or affiliated book.

Bettors would be required to register first at a designated retail sportsbook before gaining access to online odds. This registration requirement would be met for every book bettors choose to join. Additionally, depositing and withdrawing from betting wallets must be done physically at retail sportsbooks. Bettors can wager from anywhere but must physically collect their winnings.

“Per BetMGM, depositing and withdrawals take place at the retail books. All BetMGM users will be able to do this at any of the BetMGM sportsbooks,” said David Eyler of BetMGM in an email to TheLines.com.

More Las Vegas Betting Requirements

Bettors who are registering for the first time in Las Vegas will need to provide standard identification to sportsbook employees. Patrons will need to provide their names, date of birth, physical address, and the last four digits of their SSN. The information will be verified by the sportsbook before bettors can begin placing action.

Bettors should be prepared to provide this information when looking to bet at online sportsbooks in Las Vegas this Super Bowl weekend.

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