Can I Bet on the FanDuel Sportsbook App From Massachusetts

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Mary Montgomery
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FanDuel is not yet available in the great state of Massachusetts, however, there are other great options such as Wager6.  They currently offer an amazing 200% signup bonus exclusive to Gambling911.com readers.


Bill HD678 is now being proposed by Gov. Baker, which would open the doors for in-state sports betitng operators.  The state is home to none other than DraftKings, one of the largest US regulated sportsbooks.

Massachusetts would charge just $600,000 in total to open operations in the state for sports betting businesses once legalized.

This bill is yet to be put to the House or the Senate and now it has been reported there won't be in-state sports wagering in Massachusetts until at least March 2022, and that is being overly optimistic.  You can still bet on out-of-state sites accessible to Massachusetts residents such as Wager8.

Titans @ Patriots (November 28)

PATRIOTS PLAYER TO WATCH: S Kyle Dugger. He leads the Patriots with 66 tackles (52 unassisted) to go along with three interceptions. In just his second season out of Division II Lenior-Rhyne, Dugger is showing exactly why New England used a second-round draft pick on him.

KEY MATCHUP: Titans' defense against rookie QB Mac Jones. Tennessee has a tradition of struggling against rookie quarterbacks, including a loss to the Jets earlier this season. The Titans did not get a sack last week for the first time in 2021 and also didn't force a turnover.

New England currently pays $2500 on a $100 bet to win Super Bowl 56.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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