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Can I Bet on NFL Games Online From Florida?

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Published on:
Jul/11/2018

While the US Supreme Court has now made sports betting legal in the Unite States, those residents of Florida will not be able to bet the NFL in any of the state's casinos for the upcoming 2022 season.  For now, a few dozen top online sportsbook websites.  Americas Bookie only requires that you provide a name, valid text number and valid email address.

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WILL FLORIDA ALLOW IN-STATE SPORTS BETTING APPS IN THE NEAR FUTURE?

Florida has already permitted the Seminoles to offer a mobile app per their newly arranged compact, however, a federal court shot this down claiming that bets are being placed on an individual's cell phone, not the Seminoles servers on tribal land.  

Sure the Seminoles could still take bets from Florida residents, but they would be risking having their license yanked being that they are physically based within the state itself.

Websites like Americas Bookie are based outside of Florida.  

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An existing agreement with the Seminole Tribe of Florida stand in the way of legally allowing sports betting in the Sunshine State, however, the Seminoles have just begun offering sports wagering in their new Atlantic City property. 

The state itself is friendly towards gambling, however, special interest groups like Disney will likely ensure the activity is done only in specific regions (i.e. nowhere near Orlando), and online gambling probably will not be permitted any time soon.

A voter referendum requires residents to vote on any form of gambling expansion.  In late 2021, the Seminoles efforts to offer mobile betting fell through due to a legal challenge and other groups such as DraftKings and FanDuel have been unable to accumulate enough signatures to get a referendum on the November ballot.

Needless-to-say, gamblers from these states will need to rely on international websites to place all their NFL bets

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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