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Can I Bet on Fanduel From Florida?

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Aug/12/2019

Sorry folks, you will not be able to bet on the FanDuel app from the state of Florida, however, there are other great options for betting sports AND THE ELECTIONS from the Sunshine State. Open your betting account with $500, get a Free $250 CASH (Mastercard Accepted - But 10% Max Bonus Applies) - USE BONUS CODE: G911 - Betting Limits range from $10 to $5000+.


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Jazz Sports is licensed outside the US and has been in business since 1997.

FanDuel is actually relatively new to the sports betting scene.  In fact, while the company has been a leader in daily fantasy sports over the past five years, they only entered sports wagering over a year ago.

FanDuel is working within the regulatory framework of US sports wagering.  As such they can only operate in states that license them.  A company like Jazz is licensed internationally in various Latin American nations and is available in all 50 states.  It will not seek to set up a physical base in the United States due to the various restrictions imposed.

Florida is conflicted when it comes to gambling expansion.  On one hand you have Disney opposed to any form of gambling.  On the other hand you have the Seminoles looking to maintain their monopoly.  These unlikey bedfellows joined forces to get a referendum on the 2018 ballot requiring voters to decide on any gambling expansion.  The result is that voters will do just that.  Both firms obviously believe the majority will be against it.

Whether voters will be against sports betting remains to be seen.  Florida is big time college football fanatical. 

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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