Bookie Guide to the Largest Brazilian American Communities for Betting on the FIFA World Cup

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C Costigan
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There are many dominant Brazilian communities within the United States, most of which will be glued to their television sets throughout the 2018 FIFA World Cup.  Brazil is the favorite along with reigning champs Germany.  Bookmakers operating within this region will be in need of the best Pay Per Head to handle LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING on all World Cup games.

Bookies may not even have a full grasp of the Brazilian population that resides in and around where they happen to operate.

The top three metropolitan areas by Brazilian population are New York City (72,635), Boston (63,930), and Miami (43,930).

New York City is a leading point of entry for Brazilians entering the United States but this can be broken down even further by drawing a line from West 46th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues in Manhattan.  The area is designated as Little Brasil. 

Another NYC neighborhood home to many Brazilian Americans is located in Astoria, Queens.

Nearby Newark, New Jersey is also home to many Brazilian and Portuguese-Americans, most prominently in the city's Ironbound district.

In addition to the Boston area, Framingham has the largest Brazilian population in the state of Massachusetts.  Other cities and towns with a substantial number of Brazilian-Americans in Massachusetts include Somerville, Everett, Barnstable, Lowell, Marlboro, Malden, and Falmouth.

South Florida's Miami-Dade and Broward Counties in particular have a significant Brazilian-American population. 

Brazilians typically live around the islands and northeastern section of Miami-Dade County and the northeastern part of Broward County including Deerfield Beach and Pompano Beach.

Los Angeles, California's Brazilian residents tend to live in the county's southern beach cities (Venice, Redondo Beach, Manhattan Beach, and Long Beach) and Westside neighborhoods near and south of Interstate 10 (Palms, Rancho Park, and Culver City) and more specifically along Venice Boulevard's north border between Culver City and Palms (between Overland Avenue and Sepulveda Avenue).

Last but certainly not least, the FIFA World Cups have attracted the attention of Chicago's Brazilian population through the years, leading to the development of some Brazilian soccer-interested gatherings in the area.

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