It looks like sports gambling will become legal in Florida on Oct. 15. The state’s gambling compact with the Seminole Tribe of Florida has passed the 45-day approval period of the U.S. Department of the Interior, which oversees tribal gambling operations, Gov. Ron DeSantis’ office announced Friday.Aug 6, 2021
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Sports betting is legal in more than two dozen states in the United States, though many have only in-person betting. Budget shortfalls have many states re-considering sports betting, but more than a dozen will likely never get online sports betting because of political opposition or tribal relationships.Jul 19, 2021
Connecticut and Maryland will all go live and offer online sports betting sometime in 2021. South Dakota and Washington state will also go live in 2021, but will only have retail betting. Be sure to check back often for updates as more states look to add sports betting.
Where Can I Bet On Sports In Florida? State-regulated sportsbooks, although approved, are not yet open in Florida. However, offshore sportsbooks that are located outside the US borders are available to residents in the state. Currently, this is the only option that’s legally available to FL residents.
In April 2021, Governor Ron DeSantis signed a new compact with the Seminole tribe that will bring statewide mobile sports wagering to Florida. FanDuel, originally one of the leading Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) providers, is now one of the leading sportsbooks in the country.Aug 23, 2021