About Us

Welcome to TopUSBets.com, the ultimate source for online sports betting in the US.

Find guides to betting in each state including a list of the top legal betting sites available, breakdowns of the latest legislative news affecting sports betting as well as answers to all the important questions bettors in each US state might have.

TopUSBets.com only reviews and offers signup bonuses from the most reputable and trusted betting sites that are fully licensed and legal in the US. This means absolutely NO offshore or unlicensed sportsbooks will ever be featured on the site.

The team of expert gamblers contributing to TopUSBets.com offer years of experience to ensure all the reviews, guides and news are credible and up-to-date. TopUSBets.com is also a member of the Associated Press Sports Editors (APSE).

TopUSBets.com holds a close, personal relationship with most of the betting sites featured. We fully support our users and at times have even stepped in to on behalf of one of our bettors to assist in disputes.

TopUSBets.com Bettor Dispute

We can help solve problems. If you have already failed to resolve your problem with the bookmaker's customer service directly and feel that you are within their terms of service as published at their website, please visit our Contact Us page to submit your story.

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Please Gamble Responsibly

Here at TopUSBets.com, we all enjoy betting but we know when to stop. Naturally, we urge our readers to take a responsible attitude when it comes to online betting and only gamble with what you can afford to lose.

We only work with the best operators in the US when it comes to responsible gambling, customer service and quality of overall product. Each bookmaker listed on TopUSBets.com gives customers the chance to set a daily or weekly deposit limit so that their betting remains controlled.