Can I Bet on NFL Games Online From New York?

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Jul/12/2018

The state of New York is likely to begin offering sports betting at its casinos and race tracks in 2019.  Do not dispair as a few dozen internationally licensed and highly reputable sportsbooks will accept wagers on the upcoming NFL and College Football season.

WILL New York WELCOME SPORTS BETTING IN THE NEAR FUTURE?

This should come to fruition in the coming year, just not in time for this coming NFL or College Football season or the Super Bowl.  That's because the state legislature has already recessed for the remainder of this year.

They had already begun to consider legalization following the US Supreme Court decision to do away with prohibition that had been in place for the past few decades.  Amendments must be made to each state's laws.  Some are not looking favorably towards legalization, others, like New York, are.

New York will be limited in what they offer.  Internationally licensed online betting sites offer LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING and tons of prop bets.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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