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bandarq online of sports betting options in Arizona

 Plenty bandarq online of sports betting options in Arizona Sports betting operators can start taking bets in Arizona on Thursday, September 9, after a judge ruled against a tribe that had filed an injunction to dam the industry’s launch. On Monday, Maricopa County tribunal Judge James Smith rejected most of Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe’s arguments. Arizona Governor Doug Ducey signed HB 2772 into law on April 15, legalizing sports betting within the state. The legislation authorized the Arizona Department of Gaming (ADG) to issue up to twenty licenses: ten for professional sports teams and organizations and ten for tribes. In late August, the ADG awarded all ten tribal licenses and eight sports team/organization licenses. The Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe was one amongst six tribes that lost out. Judge didn’t buy many arguments One of the tribe’s arguments was that HB 2772 violated Proposition 202, voted upon by the state’s residents in 2002 approving tribal gaming, by allowing non-