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Where Can I Bet the Super Bowl From Washington State

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Jan/28/2017

You can bet the Super Bowl online from Washington state but it is important to understand that this is the online state that makes the actual placement of a wager over the Internet a Class C felony.  Nobody has ever been charged for doing so since this law went into affect a few years ago.

Just over 7 million people reside in the state of Washington and this is Seahawks territory.  That team lost to the Super Bowl-bound Atlanta Falcons.

The Super Bowl is the single most wagered on sporting event of the year in North America and tends to attract folks who might otherwise never watch a single sporting event the rest of the year.  Additionally, individuals who tend not to gamble will place small bets on the big game.

Bookies thrive throughout this state and sports bettors here have a ferocious appetite for wagering on the big game.

Because of the prohibitions on sports bettors themselves, bookies in this region have been thriving more so than in other states.  Most opt to utilize the services of Pay Per Head companies from outside the country that provide LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING and a mobile software platform.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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