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Where Can I Bet on This Year’s NCAA Tournament Online From Arizona?

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Mar/18/2022

Betting on this year's NCAA Tournament is possible from the great state of Arizona using a number of top in-state sportsbooks.

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Are In-State Mobile Sports Betting Apps Available?

YES. These companies offer sports betting with apps based in-state from Arizona:

DraftKings Sportsbook, BetMGM, Caesars Sportsbook, BetRivers, FanDuel Sportsbook, Unibet, WynnBet, Twinspires, and Barstool Sports.

In-State Mobile App Rating

10

Arizona is one of the few US states that has achieved a perfect 10 rating for its sports betting offerings. 

They have very few limits in regard to wagering on sports.  One can bet on in-state schools such as Arizona and Arizona State and remote registration is widely available.

If you prefer not to provide your social security number or have your winnings reported, offshore sportsbooks or a local bookie might be for you.

All gambling winnings are taxed in Arizona. The federal tax rate of 24% applies here, as does an Arizona marginal tax rate that can range anywhere from 2.59 - 4.50%. Larger winnings — typically $5,000 or more — will result in taxes withheld automatically.

Your Teams for This Year's NCAA Tournament

Arizona

Christian Koloko scored 17 points, grabbed 13 rebounds and keyed a second-half surge for top-seeded Arizona, which beat No. 16 Wright State 87-70 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday night.

Bennedict Mathurin scored 18 points and Dalen Terry had 16 for the Wildcats (32-3), who were cheered on by thousands of red-clad fans who made the drive from Tucson. Arizona won its seventh straight game and earned its first NCAA Tournament win since beating Saint Mary's in the second round in 2017.

The Wildcats pay out $600 for every $100 bet to win the Championship, second shortest odds.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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