Sports betting, also referred to as SportBooking is the act of placing bets on the outcome of a sporting event. The outcome of a match was the sole factor that determined the payouts for sports betting. However, until recently, , enacted by Congress in 1992, banned betting on sports online and in-person. However, since the repeal of PASPA, Nevada has become a legal sports betting state. Sports betting apps process payments and register betting decisions and act as digital clearinghouses for bet calls and payouts.

The Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission oversees sports betting. In Michigan, sport betting is permitted within state lines at retail casinos and was introduced in March 2020. However, the sport betting program in Mississippi was stopped last year following the Coronavirus epidemic struck the state. Although Mississippi legalized sports betting in 2018, it did not allow mobile wagering. This will change in the future.