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Can I Bet on MyBookie.ag From Minnesota

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Nov/16/2019

The MyBookie.ag website is accessible to those living in the state of Minnesota. They are not currently endorsed by Gambling911.  A better alternative is Jazz Sports. In business since 1994, payouts are made in just a few hours and they offer the best cash signup bonuses.  Jazz offers anonymous betting accounts with just a valid email. 


*Only an email needed to open your anonymous betting account
*Provide your text number to get the best signup bonuses in sports betting
*$10 free cash signup bonus with a 1X rollover (bet) requirement
*20% cash signup bonus with just a 5X rollover (bet) requirement
*Payouts often in minutes
*Live streaming of many top events including international football and UFC

*In business since 1996
PLACE YOUR BETS HERE

Back in May the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to abolish decades long prohibition against sports betting.  Sites like MyBookie have long operated in the U.S., claiming that, because they are legal and licensed in the jurisdiction from which they operate in, their website is NOT illegal in states that do not explicitly deem Web gambling illegal.  Until now only Washington State has done so and MyBookie opted to exit that jurisdiction as a result.

MyBookie does not have any sportsbooks in state, and the tribes are likely to ensure this doesn't happen any time soon.  The closest land-based sportsbooks are located in Iowa.

The demand for sportsbooks is especially high in Minnesota this year thanks in no small part to the surprise Gophers in college football.  They were undefeated heading into their November 16, 2019 game versus the Iowa Hawkeyes.

Of course the Vikings in the NFL are also having a banner year.  They were 7-3 coming into Week 11.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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