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Can I Bet on NFL Games Online From Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont

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Apr/24/2019

While the US Supreme Court has now made sports betting legal in the Unite States, those residents of Connecticut,  Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont will not be able to bet the NFL in any of the state's casinos (or lack thereof) for the upcoming 2019-20 season.  For now, a few dozen of internationally licensed sportsbooks will accept wagers from these states.  CLAIM UP TO $1000 FREE SIGNUP BONUS


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WILL ANY OF THESE STATES ALLOW SPORTS BETTING IN THE NEAR FUTURE?

While Connecticut is unlikely to have sports betting this NFL season, the state plans to offer the activity in its casinos probably by 2020.

Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo signed a $9.6 billion budget for fiscal 2019 on Friday that legalizes sports betting and gives the state 51 percent of the revenues from the wagers.

Residents of this state can now place NFL bets online but options are limited with no NFL Draft prop betting permitted.

Maine's chances are a little slim. 

That state would need a new law for casinos.

Vermont is an interesting animal in that they were actually looking to extend credit to players as part of a recently drafted bill.

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