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Illegal Sports Gambling

​The NFL and college football seasons are underway and agents from the Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement Division will be on the lookout for illegal sports gambling to protect consumers.
Terry Kelley twitter.jpgThe American Gaming Association estimated $4.7 billion was wagered on the Super Bowl last year, most of it illegal betting. AGED agents expect an increase in illegal sports betting with the Super Bowl coming to Minneapolis in February.


 If you think illegal sports betting is harmless, just listen to Don Weinberger’s story.

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Video Description: With football season underway, the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement Division held a news conference to educate consumers on the dangers of making illegal sports bets and discuss what is legal in Minnesota.