R.I. offers advice for sports gamblers looking to get their money back Bill Koch, Providence Journal · April 10, 2020 at 1:43 am It’s not just the games that have stopped in the sporting world. The wagering that accompanies them has also come to a screeching halt. The state’s two casinos, Twin River in Lincoln and Tiverton, are closed indefinitely. A quick scan Thursday morning of live betting odds at Bovada.com found action available on e-sports, Russian table tennis and professional soccer in Belarus. None of that interests Craig Cascella, who at this time of year would normally be handicapping basketball. The retired U.S. Marine makes frequent use of the app offered by Sportsbook RI, depositing funds from his bank account into an online wagering account.