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Sports Betting in New York – Our Complete Guide

Sports betting officially launched in New York in July 2019 after Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a sports betting bill into law. The sports betting industry is currently limited to tribal casinos and commercial casinos in the state, with almost all of these locations being located in upstate New York.  Sports betting in New York is currently limited to on-site locations, but there is hope that mobile and online sports betting will be legalized at some point in 2021. The coronavirus

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Our Full Guide to Sports Betting in Indiana

Indiana sports betting went live in the fall of 2019, and the state has seen plenty of action since legalizing both retail and mobile sports wagering. The Indiana Gaming Commission regulates the sports betting industry in the state, and the state is a hotbed for both sports and sports betting.  There are many terrific sports betting options in Indiana, with more on the way soon. This article will explain how to bet on sports in Indiana as well as highlight

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NJ Sports Betting Tips

Las Vegas and the state of Nevada have been the sports betting capital of the world for quite some time, but all of a sudden, they have plenty of company. The state of New Jersey launched sports betting near the end of 2018, and it went live with online/mobile betting in early 2019.  The results have been absolutely tremendous in the Garden State, and they have even surpassed Nevada in terms of revenue and action in recent months as well.

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Sport betting is legal in Rhode Island, West Virginia, Nevada, and New Mexico

For many years, sports fans in the US were – unlike the vast majority of the rest of the world – unable to bet on their favorite sports. There were a few exceptions, but for the majority of the 20th century, sports betting was outlawed in the USA. This ban was reinforced in 1992, when the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) became law. PASPA banned all new states from allowing people to bet on sports, though the existing

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Sports Betting Laws in Delaware – All you need to know

Why choose Delaware for sports betting? Delaware provides a convenient location for players who are living on the east coast. The state hosted some of the oldest sports betting systems in the country that are comparable to what the pros like. Many sports betting casinos around the state have a high number of reviews and good ratings. Moreover, Delaware is more laid back than New Jersey and Nevada combined for players who prefer tranquillity over high-energy gaming. This is part

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Sport betting in Mississippi

Mississippi is a region that’s heralded for its accommodating approach to entertainment and human expression, which is confirmed by its nickname of the Hospitality State, while it’s also the birthplace of blues music and celebrated for its significance to American literature. There’s a lot to love about a state that has often championed a liberal approach to key social matters, which has even seen it become the state with the highest percentage of African American residents. Right now, the area

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Sports Betting in Pennsylvania

A lot of online players with itchy betting fingers and sports fans in the US are watching with anticipation as, lately, a new slew of betting laws are allowing them to finally participate in the games that they want to. Nevada, New Jersey, and Delaware were amongst the first to recognize the legality of sports betting, but what about Pennsylvania?  Will sports betting be legal in PA? If you’ve been following the news lately, you might have heard mention of

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US sport betting laws: A complete guide to regulations in all states

For years, legal sports wagering in the US has been a pipedream. Bookies have worked in the shadows and punters have used proxy servers to bypass the sports betting laws. This is due to change. On May 14, 2018, SCOTUS ruled the PASPA sports betting ban unconstitutional and opened up legal sports betting to the country. After Nevada having a near monopoly on the industry, states around the USA are due to benefit. This is part of our series on

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New Jersey sports betting – All you need to know

Many people across the U.S. flock to New Jersey because it’s a lively place to play casino games and make sports bets. The state focuses on providing the best gaming entertainment on the East Coast by offering a wide variety of high-energy gambling opportunities from the strobe lights in nightclubs to the excitement in casinos. NJ has a unique feel with many people coming together to enjoy endless hours of sporting events and casino culture. For NJ residents much of

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