Where Can I Bet the Super Bowl From the Virginia, West Virginia?

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You can bet the Super Bowl from Virginia and West Virginia from any number of well established international online gambling websites.   The Vegas sportsbooks do not accept bets online from out of state but you are in good hands with some of the most reputable websites in online gambling operating outside the US.

The Super Bowl is the single most wagered event in North America with many folks who have never placed a wager opting to do so for the very first time in their lives.

While neither Virginia or West Virginia technically have their own NFL teams, Virginia at least has embraced the Washington Redskins as their own.  On the other hand, much of West Virginia is Steelers territory. There is a combined 10 million people living between these two states and probably half of them will be watching the Super Bowl Sunday while another untold percentage of folks will be placing wagers on the big game.

Many local bookies opt to utilize offshore Pay Per Head services in order to run their business outside of the state and their business should see explosive action during the big game.

In West Virginia gambling is a misdemeanor.  Only aggravated gambling is considered a felony in the state of Virginia.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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