- BetMGM pre-registration is open to residents of Kentucky.
- Complete your account registration and verification to receive $100 in Bonus Bets.
- Bonus Bets can be used the first day the BetMGM Sportsbook is live in Kentucky.
With the exciting news that sports betting will go live soon, BetMGM pre-registration in Kentucky is now available.
In anticipation of Kentucky’s legalized betting getting the green light in late September, you can now enjoy $100 in Bonus Bets (no deposit required) by signing up with BetMGM today.
BetMGM Kentucky Sports Betting Promotion Details
Here’s how you can get ready for Kentucky online sports betting and take advantage of BetMGM’s fantastic promo offer:
- Complete your BetMGM Kentucky account pre-registration and verification during the pre-registration period. No deposit is required.
- You will receive $100 in Bonus Bets on the first day the BetMGM Sportsbook officially goes live in the Bluegrass State.
- The pre-registration promo is offered for a limited time, so you’ll want to jump on it today.
BetMGM and Kentucky: A Winning Team
Today’s pre-registration announcement dovetails on the recent news that BetMGM announced Kentucky market access with Revolutionary Racing. The agreement enables BetMGM to deliver its industry-leading online and retail sports wagering platform to the state once sports betting officially launches.
Additionally, the companies will open a retail BetMGM Sportsbook at Sandy’s Racing & Gaming. The 5,200-square-foot retail space is slated to debut this fall.
Kentucky Sports Betting
BetMGM will soon be your premier sportsbook for all online sports betting.
Is Sports Betting Legal in Kentucky?
Sports betting in Kentucky will be legal in late September.
How To Bet Online in Kentucky
Betting online in Kentucky will go live in late September, but you can pre-register with BetMGM today.
Once online sports wagering is legal in the state, you will be able to place any number of wagers, including straight bets, over/unders, parlays, in-game live betting, and more on teams such as the Kentucky Wildcats, Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, and additional college and professional programs around the country.