Georgia Online Sports Betting

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Georgia is a traditionally conservative state with a tough anti-gambling stance. In fact, its unfriendly approach to gambling rivals Utah and Hawaii. In other words, it’s not the place to be if you like playing casino games, poker, or betting on sports. You can play charity bingo games and the lottery, but no other forms of legal GA gambling exist there.

Four professional sports teams in Georgia are speaking out. They want Georgia sports betting to become a reality. The Atlanta Falcons, Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Hawks, and Atlanta United have joined forces to bring the issue to the forefront.

This coalition has voiced their concern over illegal sports gambling and how the state is missing out on millions of dollars in tax revenue. Now, Georgia’s economy is relatively strong, but all that tax money could be put to good use.

Several other eager stakeholders, such as casino and sportsbook operators are also pleading their cases. Even Governor Kemp appears to have softened his stance.

GA Online Sports Betting

It only makes sense that online sports betting is also banned in Georgia. While so many other states turn to legalization and regulation in the aftermath of the PASPA reversal, Georgia hasn’t budged…yet. Of course, tens of millions of dollars in new tax revenue has the attention of state officials.

Especially that of Governor Kemp, who must find a way to fulfill his promise of raising teachers’ salaries by $5,000. It’s worth mentioning that this isn’t the first time the issue of gambling has arisen in Georgia. The state has proposed several gambling bills in the past. In 2012, a bill was narrowly defeated indicating that the appetite for legalized gambling is growing.

GA Sports Betting Rules

Regulated Georgia sports betting does not exist. Rules similar to those in other states like New Jersey sports betting would likely apply if legal Georgia sports betting gets the green light.

Geolocation software would ensure all bets are placed from within the state’s borders. sportsbooks would need to pay heavy licensing fees and bettors would be taxed on their winnings. Alas, this is all speculation. If online sports betting is legalized and regulated in Georgia, it’s not going to happen any time soon.

GA Sportsbook Apps

Georgia does not have any legal sportsbooks so there are no apps available.

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