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Can I Bet on FanDuel From Maryland?

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Feb/19/2020

FanDuel is not available from the state of Maryland.  Sites like Bookmaker, in business since 1986, are accessible from the state and offering generous signup bonuses - a maximum $1000.

Maryland is in the process of reviewing in-state licensed sports betting.

Maryland voters would no longer be required to decide whether to allow new forms of gambling in the state, under a measure approved by the state Senate on February 18, 2020.

The Senate voted 46-1 for the constitutional amendment. If the House approves, Maryland voters would still have the final say about whether they want to take themselves out of the process in November.

Maryland has been delayed in allowing sports betting like neighboring states, partly because the added form of gambling could only go before voters in an election year. Sports betting would still need to be approved by voters this November, if lawmakers pass legislation to legalize it this year.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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