Where Can I Bet the Super Bowl Online From Kansas?

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Tony Caliente
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This Super Bowl, you will be able to bet on hundreds of props from the state of Kansas with any number of top internationally-licensed online sportsbooks.


Betting on the Super Bowl From the State of Kansas

Seven states offer legal sports betting, and Kansas is among numerous other states considering whether to jump on the bandwagon. The surge in interest comes after New Jersey successfully challenged the federal ban, clearing the way for gambling on games to expand beyond Nevada.

Democratic Gov.-elect Laura Kelly voiced support for expanding into sports betting during her campaign. Kansas already allows commercial casino gaming. The challenge is the details, said state Sen. Bud Estes, a Republican from Dodge City who is the chairman of the committee that will handle bills on the topic.

“I don’t want to skate on thin ice on something we don’t know anything about,” he said, while adding that it is “probably” going to happen in some form. He’s encouraging all lawmakers to show up Tuesday and Wednesday in Topeka for a special interim committee session on the topic.

No legislation has been drafted yet for the upcoming session, which starts Jan. 14.

For now, Kansas residents will be able to place wagers on the upcoming Super Bowl thanks to a host of offshore sportsbooks including BetOnline, which is now entering its 20th year in business.  In fact, Gambling911.com was there when BetOnline first set up shop back in the summer of 1999.  It has now grown into one of the top 3 online sportsbooks serving North and South America.

Who Kansans Will be Betting Super Bowl 53

The Chiefs but of course.

One of the best teams during the 2018 regular NFL season, fans and bettors alike are hopeful the Chiefs can navigate their way through the Playoffs.


The Chiefs has a 76 percent chance to win the one seed heading into Week 17 of the regular season following a loss to a desperate Seahawks team in one of the hardest places to play, Seattle.

The Chiefs only Super Bowl win was back in 1970.  That was also their last appearance in the big game.

- Tony Caliente, Gambling911.com

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