Banned From Sports Betting? BetU Peer to Peer Could Be The Answer

It’s been since 2016 that the U.S. Supreme Court in essence opened the floodgates to legalized online betting in the U.S. They struck down the federal law that banned online sports betting across the country. With that decision, the power was given to the states to create their betting laws and bring online sports betting out of the dark and to the forefront. With this ruling sportsbook operators started popping up all over the internet. Some are completely legal and legit. The vast majority of them are illegal with no actual license to legally operate. However, both of these types of sportsbooks had one big thing in common. They don’t like when you win consistently. They want to be the only ones making money. They don’t like when you make money on them. Bookmakers want to be the only ones to have the odds.