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Is Bovada Legal From Utah

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Sep/01/2020

While Bovada may be legal to bet with from the great state of Utah, there are indeed much better options, including BetUS, which offers a generous welcome bonus (max bonus $2500).

Utah has already opted out of the federal sports betting initiative and therefore will not be hosting any sportsbooks in-state.  This shouldn't be a surprise to anyone as Utah is one of only two states (the other being Hawaii) that does not even offer a lottery.

Where it lacks in gambling venues, it more than makes up for in some solid sports teams.

These include the NBA's Jazz, Utes in college football and basketball and Real Salt Lake City in Major League Soccer.

The Jazz are fast becoming one of the best teams in the NBA today and provided us all with an amazing series faceoff against the Denver Nuggets in the 2020 Playoffs.

If you are looking to bet any of these teams or games that have no roots in Utah, be sure to check out BetUS today.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

 

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