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Where Can I Bet the Super Bowl Online From Virginia?

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Published on:
Jan/27/2018

You will be able to bet this year's Super Bowl online from the comfort of your Virginia home using a smartphone, iPad or laptop at any of a few dozen reputable and licensed international sportsbooks.


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Bookmaker is one such sportsbook.  Established in 1986 as a call center betting firm, Bookmaker moved online shortly before 2000 and has grown to become one of the most profitable wagering businesses in the world. 

Virginia does not yet operate sportsbooks from the state.  You will be able to access sites like Bookmaker from the comfort of your home.  You are not required to provide your social security number and Bookmaker does not report winnings to tax authorities.

The state is looking to possibly have in-person betting on the 2020 Super Bowl, so stay tuned. 

Bookmaker expects to offer a few hundred Super Bowl betting props and LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING up to the final second.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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