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    Top 5 Online Sportsbooks for 2024

    The ever-changing sports betting landscape makes it necessary for us to update our list of top rated sportsbooks every year. You will often see ratings change on our sportsbook rating database through...
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    Why Bettors Need an Offshore Sportsbook

    There are many reasons why bettors need an offshore sportsbook. We’ll look at some of them. Key Points Offshore sportsbooks are often the only option for bettors who are in an area where sports bett...
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    Poll Finds U.S. Customers Prefer Offshore Sportsbooks

    In a recent poll we conducted by sending an email blast directly to our subscribers, we found that a majority of people who have played at both offshore sportsbooks as well as the newly launched state...
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    Advantages of Using Offshore Sportsbooks

    As mainstream sportsbook corporations buy up advertising space during NFL games and pound you over the head with how great their sportsbook app and service is, there are customers being lost in the sh...
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    Super Bowl 55 Betting Action Report

    A week from now the country will be witnessing Super Bowl 55 featuring the Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs the Kansas City Chiefs. Tampa will be the first team in history to play in the Super Bowl at their ve...
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    5Dimes to Withdraw from U.S. Market

    The very popular online sportsbook 5Dimes announced this week that it will stop doing business with American residents later this month. They will stop taking deposits and sign-ups right away and cust...
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    Corona-virus Causing Issues with Sportsbook Payments

    Many people are panicking during these uncertain times. They have a lot of nervous energy. For some, that means standing in a line, risking getting the corona-virus so that they can buy 36 rolls of to...
  • Founder of BetOnSports Must Pay Back Taxes of $36 Million

    An appeals court rejected the attempts by the founder of a defunct online betting site to avoid the payment of delinquent taxes in the amount of $36 million, dismissing his claims that a plea deal to ...

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