Oregon Sports Betting: OR Sportsbook Sites, Apps & Promos
Sports betting is offered by the Oregon Lottery and a select few tribal casinos since the launch in the state during 2019. Bettors within the state can place sports wagers using the Scoreboard mobile app.
Best Oregon Online Sportsbook Websites 2020
Bettors located in Oregon are able to bet online using the Scoreboard website or mobile app, which launched in October, 2019. Sports betting technology company SBTech runs the betting app.
Oregon Sports Betting Laws and Background
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Is online sports betting legal in Oregon?
Yes. Sports betting was legalized in 2018, and mobile sports betting is also available via the Sportsbook Oregon app.
What are the eligibility requirements to bet in Oregon?
Anyone 21 years of age or older can place a sports bet in the state of Oregon. Bettors can bet in-person at a retail casino, online, or via the mobile app, but do not need to be a current resident of Oregon.
What types of sports bets are available in Oregon?
Sports bets offered by sportsbooks in Oregon include spread, over/under, money line, futures, player props, in-play, parlays, teasers, and pleasers.
College sports bets aren’t offered on the Scoreboard app but can be placed in-person at retail casinos. Sports offered by sportsbooks in Oregon include but are not limited to NBA, college basketball, NFL, college football, CFL, MLB, NHL, MMA, PGA, tennis, table tennis, boxing, soccer, cricket, cycling, darts, rugby, motorsports, and esports.
Are offshore sportsbooks legal in Oregon?
No. The state lottery operates sports betting via the Scoreboard app, and sports betting is also available at a select few tribal casinos.
Oregon Online Sports Betting Apps
Online sports betting in Oregon is available via the Scorebook app operated by the Oregon lottery. Other sports betting apps aren’t currently allowed to operate in the state away from the premises of tribal casinos. We will add other sports betting apps below if Oregon’s guideline change in the future.
Casinos in Oregon
Chinook Winds Casino
Located in Lincoln City, Chinook Winds opened in 1995. The facility has 227 hotel rooms, 157,000 square feet of gaming space, a sportsbook, and a 35,000 square foot convention center. Chinook Winds is operated by the Confederated Tribes of Siletz.
Indian Head Casino
Indian Head Casino opened on U.S. Route 26 in Warm Springs in February, 2012. Operated by the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, Indian Head Casino has 18,000 square feet of gaming space with 500 slot machines.
Located in Chiloquin, Kla-Mo-Ya Casino has over 350 slot machines. The casino is operated by the Klamath Tribes.
Seven Feathers Hotel & Casino Resort
Seven Feathers opened in Canyonville as a bingo hall in 1992 before expanding to a casino two years later. The facility has undergone several expansions since then and now has 68,000 square feet of gaming space and 298 hotel rooms. The casino is operated by the Cow Creek Bank of Umpqua Tribe of Indians.
Spirit Mountain Casino
Operated by the Confederated Tribes of the Ronde Community of Oregon, Spirit Mountain Casino is located in Grand Ronde and opened in 1995. The casino has 90,000 square feet of gaming space, along with more than 250 hotel rooms.
The Mill Casino, Hotel & RV Park
Located in North Bend, The Mill Casino on Coos Bay has over 700 slot games, as well as a sportsbook. Owned by the Coquille Indian Tribe, the facility also has over 200 rooms and opened in 1995.
Three Rivers Casino Florence
Three Rivers Casino Florence opened in 2004 and is owned by the Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians. The facility also has a 93-room hotel and golf course.
Three Rivers Casino Coos Bay
Three Rivers Casino Coos Bay opened in 2015 with 15,000 square feet of gaming space and 250 Class II electronic bingo gaming machines.
Wildhorse Resort & Casino
Located in Pendleton, Wildhorse Resort and Casino opened in 1995 and has since expanded to 1,200 slot machines, along with a resort that includes a hotel, cineplex, and golf course.
Other Oregon Gaming Options
Oregon Poker Rooms
Beach Poker Club
Located in Eugene, Beach Poker Club holds daily no limit hold’em cash games.
Club House Poker Room
Club House Poker Room is located in Roseburg and opened in 2018.
Final Table Poker Club
Final Table Poker Club has multiple Texas Hold’em poker tournaments per day, as well as pool, video games, board games, and dining for a $15 daily membership. The club is located in Portland.
Full House Poker
Full House Poker is located in Eugene and has been open since 2005.
Game Poker Room
The Game Poker Room is located in Portland and opened in 2015.
High Mountain Poker
High Mountain Poker is located in Eugene and is open seven days per week.
Medford Poker Room
Medford Poker Room has cash games every night starting at 5:30 with six tables in the facility.
Ontario Poker Room and Social Club
Ontario Poker Room and Social Club opened in 2016 and is the only poker room in the area.
Oregon Horse Racing
Grants Pass Downs
Located at the Josephine County Fairgrounds in Grants Pass, Grants Pass Downs was founded in 1960.
Portland Meadows opened in 1946, and a redeveloped location opened in 2020. They host races for both Quarter Horses and Thoroughbreds from October until early February.
The Oregon Lottery launched in 1984 and is available within the state of Oregon to those participants who are 18 years or older. More information is available at the Oregon Lottery website.
Oregon Fantasy Sports
Fantasy sports are legal in the state of Oregon, and most daily fantasy sports sites offer contests in the state.