Online Horse Racing Betting, Greyhound Betting and Daily Fantasy Sports. BetAmerica offers legal betting on over 400 thoroughbred, harness and quarter horse tracks from around the world. Get free access to past performances, the most advanced betting platform and watch all the races live! BetAmerica was founded in 2007. BetAmerica has offices in San Francisco, California and Fargo, North Dakota. Don’t risk your money with offshore sites when you can deal with a company based right here in America.
In 2013 they launched BetAmerica Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) and became the only multi-vertical online gaming site in the U.S.. DFS contests allow you to compete in skill-based competitions as defined in the 2006 Federal UIGEA legislation, enabling you to win money playing fantasy sports and fantasy events. The BetAmerica DFS experience is designed to be easy to understand, easy to play, and easy to win. BetAmerica Sports DFS fulfills their original goal of providing a true alternative to playing offshore. BetAmerica now not only offers the best of horse and greyhound racing, but also a legal alternative to betting on sports — all in a legal, trusted and secure environment. With over $350 million already paid out in winnings, their customers know they can trust BetAmerica.
How do I make a deposit on BetAmerica account?
At BetAmerica you can deposit using Visa, MasterCard, PayPal, PayNearMe, Neteller, eCash (FREE), OneVanilla, Vanilla Gift, Mastercard Prepaid or Balance Financial. The minimum deposit amount is $50.
What is BetAmerica ECash?
A fast and simple way to deposit directly from any US checking or savings bank account to your BetAmerica account. All you require to make the deposit are your account number and routing number.
How to make a withdrawal from BetAmerica account?
The minimum withdrawal amount is $50. Processing time: This will vary depending on your withdrawal method. Fee: Free. Select ‘Payment Methods’ to see all of the withdrawal methods available to you, and their processing times.
There are four major forms of betting available to all customers of BetAmerica. These include horse racing, greyhounds, fantasy sports and “fantasy games” which allow you to place wagers on a variety of pop culture events such as the Grammys, Oscars and other things of that nature.
Horse racing is where BetAmerica really shines in my opinion. They cover more than 200 tracks from around the world with all the same wagers that you could place in person at the track. In fact, all bets you place are pooled with the wagers placed by the people actually at the track and you get paid full track odds on all winning wagers.
Thoroughbreds, harness racing and quarter horses are all covered. You can bet on all the local track events that don’t make the news as well as major events such as the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes, Belmont Stakes and Breeders Cup among others.
BetAmerica’s coverage of greyhound racing is equally thorough. You can bet on every race on nearly 20 tracks across the United States. These include all the major races as well at least a hundred smaller races every day.
And also like horse racing, your bets on dogs are pooled with the wagers placed by those in attendance at each race. You can watch the race in real time and place bets just like anyone else at the track. The types of bets you can place include win/place/show as well as the exotics, keys and wheel bets. It’s a thorough greyhound racing experience every time.
Fantasy sports were added to BetAmerica in 2013 and have proven to be a popular addition to the lineup. Fantasy sports betting resembles traditional sports betting except it’s done with a fantasy draft just like you would play with your friends. Also, each contest only lasts a day instead of a whole season.
This form of betting is also exempt from anti-gambling laws passed in the United States so it’s completely legal. In fantasy betting, you either face off against a single opponent or join a tournament style matchup. Each person gets a play-money draft salary to pick the best players for their team. As your picks play in the real world, you earn points in your fantasy draft world. Whoever ends up with the most points at the end of the day wins the pot.
Fantasy games are set up in a similar manner as fantasy sports but they cover events other than athletics. For example, they have a game running right now in which you and other players pick celebrities as a part of your fantasy draft and win points based on how active your celebrities are on Twitter.
Other options are coming soon as well. Eventually, you’ll be able to bet on events such as the Grammy and Oscars and current events. This aspect of BetAmerica is still a work in progress but it looks very promising so far.
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Insuring your details are secure and your deposits are safe is crucial when choosing your online gaming site. BetAmerica is fully licensed and regulated here in the U.S. BetAmerica is a service of Lien Games Racing LLC, a regulated Service Provider licensed by the North Dakota Racing Commission for customers across the globe, with the California Horse Racing Board for customers in California and the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission for customers in Kentucky. Lien Games Racing works with licensed charities, which receive a portion of bets placed with BetAmerica.BetAmerica is in full compliance with all applicable United States and Federal laws.
Wagering is restricted in certain states. Account holders shall not make wagers from their account while physically located in one of the following: Alaska, Arizona, Georgia, Hawaii, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Texas, U.S. Virgin Islands, Utah, Virginia & Washington D.C.
Playing fantasy games for real money is legal in the US and Canada. The Unlawful Internet Gaming Enforcement Act (UIGEA) of 2006 contained exemptions since it’s a game of skill.
The only exceptions are in Arizona, Iowa, Louisiana, Montana, Nevada, New York, North Dakota, Oregon, Puerto Rico, Vermont, Virginia and Washington, where they do not operate because of state regulations.