Can I Bet With TVG Online From Alabama?

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Don Shapiro
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TVG is unavailable to bet on from Alabama, however, you do have other options.  These include BetOnline with their amazing 9% back on losses and those who bet other sports qualify for a welcome bonus up to $1000. BetOnline will NEVER report your winnings.


Residents of the following states are NOT eligible for a TVG account due to state regulations and they include Alabama: Alaska, Georgia, Hawaii, Kansas, Maine, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Wisconsin, and the District of Columbia.

In 1971 Alabama legalized pari-mutuel wagering at horse and dog racetracks. The state had once horse racing track, the Birmingham Race Course, but it closed in 1995.  It is sad to say one of the only forms of gambling available in Alabama is dog racing.

State laws do not address online wagering, except to outlaw the operation of any type of online gambling website in the state.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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