Can I Bet on Draftkings Sportsbook App From North Carolina?

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Don Shapiro
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You will not be able to bet using the Draftkings sportsbook app from North Carolina.  Americas Bookie is accessible from North Carolina and only require a name, text number and valid email account. Americas Bookie will never report your winnings.

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When Can I Bet Using the Draftkings App From Inside North Carolina

North Carolina does have a few casinos but is not one of the more gambling-friendly states in the U.S..  Currently there are only three casinos, mostly in more remote locations of the state, that offers sports betting.  The most recent addition, located in King's Mountain, is much closer to Charlotte and Gastonia.

As of July 2022, lawmakers once again failed to pass legislation that would have allowed for operators to be based in the state and offer mobile sports gambling. Residents can continue to play with old reliables based outside of North Carolina.

Sports bettors are plentiful throughout North Carolina with a focus on the Panthers in the NFL and College Basketball. 

Why Use a Mobile Betting Site

  • Supplement your casino sports book account where applicable
  • More free cash deals - Up to $1000 at AmericasBookie
  • Bet LIVE IN-PLAY many televised games as they are being played up to the final second
  • Bet from anywhere - no state or country restrictions
  • Digital payouts available in just a few hours
  • Minimum wager just US$5
  • Live dealer casino included


- Don Shapiro,

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