Does My State Allow Sports Betting Online?

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Residents of all 50 states have long been able to bet online with several dozen internationally-licensed online sportsbooks, but now that the US Supreme Court has abolished decades long prohibition, many states are scrambling to offer their own sports wagering options, some of which will be available via the Web.  Keep in mind that US-based sports betting sites will require users to provide their social security numbers and tax documents.

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States That Currently Offer In-State Sports Betting (as of June 17, 2019)

New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York (Coming Soon On-Premise Only), Rhode Island, West Virginia, Mississippi (On-Premise Only), Delaware (On-Premise Only), New Mexico (On-Premise Only), Montana (Coming Soon On-Premise Only), Indiana (Coming Soon), Tennssee (Coming Soon Online Only), Illinois (Coming Soon), Iowa (Coming Soon)

Again, one can still bet with offshore wagering companies.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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