Where Can I Bet the Oscars Online From Georgia?

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Jordan Bach
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You can bet the Oscars online from Georgia using any number of internationally-based websites.  Georgia itself does not host online sports betting sites that would offer Oscar betting.


In May 2018 the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that states could begin offering sports betting, including via the Web.  While the Oscars may not seem like a sports betting event (and indeed it is not), for years the awards show has been a pivotal part of sportsbook offerings throughout the world. In fact, outside of the U.S. Presidential elections and a handful of other big political events like Brexit, the Oscars has long been the most bet on single day non-sporting event.

Online betting sites will not be operating directly from the state of Georgia any time soon as this is one of the least friendly states when it comes to gambling.  Currently, Georgia does not have any casino or race tracks.  Residents can rely on a whole host of international websites to take bets on the Academy Awards here.



Roma -300
Green Book +450
The Favourite  +800
BlacKkKlansman +1200
A Star is Born +2500
Bohemian Rhapsody +2500
Black Panther +2500
Vice +6600

- Jordan Bach, Gambling911.com

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