Where Can I Bet Sports, Start an Online Sportsbook From Tuscaloosa?

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Ean Lamb
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You can bet sports online from Tuscaloosa at any number of top offshore betting sites, some of which have been around for more than 20 years now.  Pay Per Head software is available for those who want to service friends and family bets from this region.

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In-State Sportsbooks in Alabama

As of now, and probably for the foreseeable future, there are no in-state sportsbooks operating from within Alabama, either in casinos, retail outlets or via mobile devices.  Only offshore sportsbooks are accessible on mobile phones and laptops.  These are all browser-based and offer live in-play betting for those 18 and up. 

Start Your Own Sportsbook From Tuscaloosa

Just a few players is all you'll need to get going.  Each player will cost a few dollars 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.

Alabama Crimson Tide Odds 2019-20

Regular Season Wins Bet Here


Over 11 Wins-130

25001Under 11 Wins+110

SEC Championship Bet Here

SEC Champion
07:00 PM     20160     Alabama         -200     
20161     Georgia         +250     
20162     Florida         +1400     
20163     LSU         +1400     
20165     Auburn         +2800     
20166     Kentucky         +3300     
20164     Mississippi State         +3300     
20167     Texas A&M         +3300     
20169     South Carolina         +8000     
20170     Tennessee         +8000     
20171     Mississippi         +15000     
20172     Vanderbilt         +15000

College Football Championship Bet Here
Odds to Win the College Football Playoffs
50002     Alabama         +225     
50001     Clemson         +225     
50004     Georgia         +700     
50003     Ohio State         +800     
50006     Oklahoma         +1200     
50005     Michigan         +1400     
50014     LSU         +2200     
50007     Texas         +2200     
50009     Washington         +2500     
50016     Auburn         +3300     
50010     Florida         +3300     
50011     Notre Dame         +3300     
50012     Oregon         +3300     
50008     Nebraska         +4000     
50019     Texas A&M         +5000     
50017     Miami FL         +6600     
50018     Penn State         +6600     
50013     Wisconsin         +6600     
50015     Mississippi State         +8000     
50020     Utah         +8000     
50021     USC         +10000     
50022     Virginia Tech         +10000     
50023     Iowa         +15000     
50027     Missouri         +20000     
50026     Syracuse         +20000     
50024     UCF         +25000     
50025     Kentucky         +50000   


Alabama Crimson Tide Schedule

2019 Alabama football schedule

Aug. 31: vs. Duke on ABC (in ATL, GA)

Sept. 7: vs. New Mexico State on SEC Network

Sept. 14: at South Carolina on CBS (in Columbia, S.C.)

Sept. 21: vs. Southern Miss

Sept. 28: vs. Ole Miss

Oct. 12: at Texas A&M (College Station, TX)

Oct. 19: vs. Tennessee

Oct. 26: at Arkansas

Nov. 9: vs. LSU

Nov. 16: at. Mississippi State (Starkville, Miss.)

Nov. 23: vs. Western Carolina

Nov. 30: at. Auburn (Auburn, AL)

2019 Alabama Crimson Tide Football Schedule Analysis

From CollegeFootballNews:

– Good … luck … Duke. As a program, Alabama will probably have a few issues it would like to work out after that national championship debacle, and the Blue Devils will almost certainly be the road kill.

New Mexico State is the scrimmage that follows, and Southern Miss and Western Carolina close out a non-conference slate the Crimson Tide will probably win by a combined total of at least 130 – more like 150 – points in the four games.

– The SEC season starts out at South Carolina. It’s hardly easy, but considering the Tide misses Florida and Georgia, it’s not all that bad. The permanent rival game against the East against Tennessee is in Tuscaloosa. So where’s the problem? …

– At Texas A&M. It’s one of just two road games – South Carolina the other – from the start of the season until mid-November, and there’s a week off to prepare, but that’s going to be a war.

There’s a week off before facing LSU, too, and that’s at home. Going on the road to face Mississippi State and Auburn is dangerous. However, beat both the Aggies and LSU Tigers, and the Tide should be able to afford one late slip.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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