USFL Gets Approved For Gambling, You Ready to Play?

I am of the mindset that if I can make money with gambling, I am going to. So, I am betting on the USFL games once they kick off.

Will you?

I’m sure you noticed an increase of gambling related articles on this site. And it is because you degenerates are always trying to get that stack. I dig it. But, USFL?

As of today, sports betting is legal in 33 states, and the United States Football League has been authorized for sports wagering this spring by 15 states across the country… so far.

Fans can legally wager on the USFL in Iowa, New Jersey, Oregon, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Connecticut, Delaware, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.

Fox Bet and PointsBet are the two ‘preferred’ books of the league and so there are likely to be some fun boosts in the early days. There are also a limited number of partners that pay the league a fee to get the lines, so be on the lookout for them.

The USFL will play its inaugural game on April 16 at 7:30 p.m. Eastern (6:30 p.m. Central) at Birmingham’s Protective Stadium. The primetime matchup features the New Jersey Generals against the Birmingham Stallions and will be televised live on NBC and FOX.

It is the first game to air at the same time on two competitive broadcast networks since Super Bowl I aired on NBC and CBS in 1967. 

Written by Malcolm Henry

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