How to Start My Own Bookmaking Site From Minnesota

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Sep/12/2018

You can start your own customized bookmaking website from Minnesota using an established Pay Per Head and paying a small weekly fee per client.

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The U.S. Supreme Court ruled to abolish decades long prohibition against sports betting, thus opening the doors for individual states to allow the activity.  Not all will do so.

Each state must amend their own specialized laws, including Minnesota.

In April 2018, a draft sports betting bill was circulated in the Minnesota legislature. Rep. Pat Garofalo was reportedly the strongest supporter of the bill, which would have authorized sports wagering and created an overseeing commission. The draft bill included a clause to enable mobile betting, too. The Minnesota legislature adjourned in May without any action on the bill.

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Minnesota Turnkey Sportsbook Solutions

Minnesota Turnkey Sportsbook Solutions

The Minnesota tribes could offer sports betting following a landmark ruling last May by the US Supreme Court that now allows sportsbooks to operate in all states, not just Nevada.

Iowa Turnkey Sportsbook Solutions

Iowa Turnkey Sportsbook Solutions

In May 2018, the US Supreme Court abolished decades of prohibition as it pertains to sports betting in the States. 

Texas Turnkey Sportsbook Solutions

Texas Turnkey Sportsbook Solutions

Texas is unlikely to license sportsbooks in this lifetime so bookies operating here will have limited competition to be sure. 

Nebraska Turnkey Sportsbook Solutions

In May 2018, the US Supreme Court reversed a decision that made sports betting illegal in most states over the past few decades. 

What is a Distributor in the Bookmaking Business?

What is a Distributor in the Bookmaking Business?

When it comes to a Pay Per Head, you may come across the terms "agent" and "distributor". 

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