Can I Bet on Bovada From North Carolina?

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
May/19/2019

Sports betting takes place throughout the year in North Carolina, with a good chunk of that occurring on international websites like Bovada, which is accessible from the state along with a number of other top sites, most of which offer better odds.

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Is Sports Betting Legal in North Carolina?

North Carolina made sports betting legal before its neighbor to the south, South Carolina.  The state is set to begin regulating mobile sports betting statewide shortly.

Even when that happens, offshore sportsbooks will still be accessible from the state and want your business. Payouts can now be had in under a few hours. 18 and up and no social security number required to register. 

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Don't Forget About NASCAR

North Carolina is home to NASCAR and it goes without saying that more bets on NASCAR will likely be placed per capita from this state than any other.  Big race events include the Daytona 500 and Indy 500, but NASCAR and other Motorsports races take place throughout a good portion of the year.

College Basketball

Betting on the NFL and College Football, whether at Bovada or another site, is quite popular, though College Basketball dominates North Carolina with a number of marquee brands that include Duke and UNC.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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