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New Maryland Sports Betting App Launches With Subpar Odds

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New Maryland Sports Betting App LetsBetMD Launches With Subpar Odds

Veterans Services Corporation (VSC) launched its Maryland sports betting app Monday, LetsBetMD, becoming the 12th active sports betting app in the Old Line State.

VSC’s LetsBetMD mobile betting app is powered by Bee-Fee Limited in Maryland

In addition to LetsBetMD, the 11 other active online sportsbooks in the state are: Betfred, BetMGM, betPARX, BetRivers, Caesars, Crab, DraftKings, ESPN BET, Fanatics, FanDuel, and SuperBook. 

Betfred plans to leave Maryland’s online sports betting market by the end of July, while Bally Bet and Betr are slated to launch within the next four weeks. 

VSC’s app is powered by platform provider Bee-Fee Limited. LetsBetMD has a mobile betting app and an available website for gamblers. The operator is offering a welcome bonus to new customers. 

Bettors who deposit a minimum of $10 will receive up to $200 back in credit if their first wager loses. However, it should be noted that it’s not actually a risk-free promotion. 

Although the sportsbook is now legal in Maryland, it’s currently one of the least accurate in terms of odds for sports games. 

LetsBetMD has less accurate odds, has not yet added player and team prop bets for individual sports games

Ahead of Tuesday’s MLB game between the Boston Red Sox and Miami Marlins, DraftKings shows Boston as a 1.5-run favorite and -166 at the moneyline. 

According to LetsBetMD, the operator has the Red Sox as 1-run favorites and -222 at the moneyline. 

Popular sportsbooks like DraftKings and FanDuel list spread, total, and moneyline bets for each individual major sports game. Player and team prop bets are also available for gamblers.

LetsBetMD has a moneyline available for wagering, but the spread and totals are locked earlier on each morning. It should be noted that prop bets are not yet offered as well.

Additionally, LetsBetMD doesn’t appear to offer any futures bets for either the NFL or college football. Only two NFL games are available for wagering right now.

Both DraftKings and FanDuel have dozens of NFL and college football Week 1 games listed .

Perhaps LetsBetMD will add football games when more offerings become available for bettors.