Can I Bet on the FanDuel Sports Betting Site Outside of New Jersey?

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FanDuel is now online taking sports bets in what is now a highly saturated New Jersey sports wagering market.

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While the FanDuel website can be accessed from outside the Garden State, bets can only be placed online within New Jersey's borders.  Internationallly licensed websites are still accessible from all U.S. states.

FanDuel is powered by GAN, an award-winning developer and supplier of enterprise-level B2B Internet gambling software and services in the United States.

FanDuel ran a successful soft launch last week.

The Federal ban on sports betting enshrined within Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act 1992 (“PASPA”) was repealed by the Supreme Court of the United States on May 14, 2018, and as a result lifted restrictions on an individual state’s ability to offer sports betting.  Each state does have its own laws, however, and these must be amended.

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