Online Sportsbooks in
New Hampshire

Sports betting in the Granite State is now online!

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Online sports betting legal in New Hampshire

Online Sports Betting in New Hampshire

The Granite State passed legislation in July 2019 which legalized sports betting in the state. Then in 2020 New Hampshire finally joined the club when DraftKings launched a sportsbook.

The fantasy sports operator and sportsbook operator was selected by the state to partner with the state lottery and provide the online sports betting services.

According to reports, the state lottery will receive a whopping 50% of DraftKings' revenue.

However this means that DraftKings has effectively a monopoly on the market, which still makes it a good deal for the company.


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  • You must be 21 years old or older to bet online in NH
  • You must be within state borders to bet online in NH
  • You can only sign up with DraftKings sportsbook

Frequently asked questions about online sports betting in New Hampshire

New Hampshire looks to position itself as the sports betting center of the North-West

Is online sports betting legal in NH?

Yes. Online sports betting is now legal. You can bet with DraftKings who have teamed up with the state lottery to provide online sports betting.

Is DraftKings Legal in New Hampshire?

Yes. DraftKings has signed a contract with the New Hampshire state lottery and it launched January 2020.

How old you have to be to gamble in NH?

You have to be 18 years, or older to bet according to the state law.

Can you bet on college teams in NH?

No. According to the law set by the Division of Sports Wagering, you are not allowed to place a bet on college sports games.

Online Sports Betting New Hampshire

New Hampshire has officially joined the elite club of states where online sports betting is legal.

The state law requires players to be at least 18 to gamble online

This is younger than most other states, that require a player to be at least 21.

In November 2019, news broke that the first sportsbook to launch would be DraftKings who signed an official contract with the state lottery.

DraftKings secured the contract through a bidding process and now will provide all the mobile betting for the state lottery.

Governor Chris Sununu placed the first bet in January 2020 as DrafKings launched their online mobile state.

The first official online sports bet placed in New Hampshire was for the New England Patriots to win the Super Bowl.

50% of sports betting profits will go to the state which is expected to provide $7.5 million for education in 2021.

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Sportsbooks in New Hampshire

The agreement between DraftKings and the state lottery is an unusual set-up that appears to be a hybrid agreement between the system that Oregon has devised and what states like New Jersey.

Oregon has only permitted online sports betting via its state lottery app. This means that they can claim the profits of online gambling in the state. In New Hampshire, they have allowed 50% of profits to go to DraftKings who will provide the mobile sports betting platform.

According to the law however there will be 10 physical sportsbook locations allowed across the state.

Mobile Wagering in New Hampshire

It appears that this is the most popular form of betting for US punters, who place 80% of online bets via their smartphone. The importance of a user-friendly quality app puts sportsbooks at a huge advantage when entering a new market. We expect that is why New Hampshire was eager to set up a partnership with a sportsbook that could provide a top of the range mobile app.

It appears that the state will not place any restrictions on users wanting to place a bet via an app. You will not need to sign-up, deposit or withdraw in person.

Sports in New Hampshire

For a state with a population of only 1.3 million, New Hampshire certainly holds its own. Perhaps the most popular is New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon.

NH is also home to a number of baseball teams including the NH Fisher Cats which are a Minor League affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays. The Manchester Monarchs - a ECHL affiliate of the LA Kings - are also based in NH.