Fitz Casino Tunica Sport Book

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Jul/21/2018

Fitz Casino & Hotel Tunica has a total of 1134 slot machines and 20 table games for your enjoyment and there is a possibility they could be adding a sports book soon.  That's because Mississippi just legalized sports betting following a Supreme Court ruling that abolishes decades long prohibition. 

None of the casinos in Tunica will be offering sports wagering via the Internet outside their respective properties.  There are a few dozen internationally licensed sports books that will accept wagers online including LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING.

To date, 14 Mississippi casinos have applied to start offering sports betting.  The Fitz is not one of them. 

MGM Resorts had wanted to start offering sports betting today (July 21) but that hasn't materialized.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

 

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