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Online Sportsbook Sports Interaction Not Accepting US Customers for Football

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jul/24/2011
Online Sportsbook

The very popular and long established Canadian-based online sportsbook, Sports Interaction, is no longer accepting US customers coming into the new football season.

While this is old news to regular Gambling911.com readers, many of those looking to fund their accounts to bet on football will now be unable to do so with the NFL lockout over. 

Gambling911.com Recommendation:

The Sports Interaction Online Sportsbook tended to be geared almost exclusively towards the recreational sports bettor and, as such, the best match would be BetDSI.com.

This online sportsbook offers a 20 percent signup/deposit bonus with just a minimum of $100, even with credit cards.  This means that when one opens up an online betting account with just $100, a FREE $20 will be applied to that account.  The maximum bonus is $500.

Canadian sports bettors can still wager at Sports Interaction.

- Chris Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher

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