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Can I Start an Online Sportsbook From Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota?

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Jul/17/2018

One can start an online sportsbook from the states of Montana, Wyoming, and the Dakotas by using one of a few dozen Pay Per Head solutions available, all based outside the United States.  The US Supreme Court has ruled that sports betting is now legal but each state must come up with its own amended laws.  This means there won't be anywhere to phyically bet sports, such as a casino, in the foreseeable future.

What You Need to Start Your State Sportsbook

Just a few players is all you'll need to get going.  Each player will cost around $10 per week, but that's about four to five times less than what each customer will cost you in overhead on your own.  You will get full access to the software, both back end and access for players, 24/7 customer service, complete reporting, expert linesman and LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING, not to mention an online casino and full service race book.

Your Teams

Grizzlies - Having your own sportsbook will allow you to customize odds and offerings.  Qualified oddsmakers will be able to offer odds and betting on Montana's College Football team.  Most of the games they play are not lined games and are hard to come by typically.

Cowboys - The Wyoming Cowboys have appeared in fifteen bowl games and have a record of seven wins and eight losses (7–8). Their most recent bowl appearance came in their 37–14 win over Central Michigan in the 2017 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl.

Broncos (Denver) - When it comes to the NFL, the Broncos tend to reign supreme throughout much of Montana and Wyoming. 

Vikings (Minnesota) - The Vikings have the largest fan base in the NFL in the Dakotas.

Packers and Seahawks - The further west, the Seahawks typically have the second largest fan base among NFL watchers.  The further west, the Packers have the second largest fan base. 

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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