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American Gambler is a daily community-driven platform focused on providing you with reliable information and answers to questions about betting legally in the United States. Anyone can post questions, submit answers, publish articles (provided they meet community guidelines) or make predictions on sports events. The platform is free for you to discuss anything betting-related, whether it’s about Tom Brady winning another Super Bowl or Donald Trump succeeding in the 2020 U.S. presidential elections. Earn points by providing quality answers and publishing articles on the platform, which can then be exchanged for various freebies and real money on the American Gambler store.
Gambling in the United States has changed dramatically since the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992 (PASPA) was repealed in 2018. Legislation is frequently changing state-by-state, leading to confusion in regards to U.S. betting. American Gambler is a free space to chat, research and end that confusion as a community made up of experts and betting beginners alike.
American Gambler sought out the 1,000 most frequently asked gambling questions in the United States, answered by experts from a diverse range of fields. Whether you’re an expert or not, you can contribute to the platform by answering or asking questions, earning rewards in the process.
Each state has its own information hub where you can check the legal status of online sports betting, casinos, poker, horse racing, fantasy sports, esports, novelty betting, lotteries and much more. American Gambler is focused on keeping each state up-to-date and relevant on current gambling laws, but your input is essential to ensuring the community is as informed as possible on the latest legal requirements in your state.
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