All Bets Are Off

Online gambling companies have recently come under serious scrutiny. Some states, like Louisiana, are issuing and executing arrest warrants for top officials employed by overseas gambling sites. Just ask Peter Dicks, the former chairman of SportingBet, who was arrested several weeks ago. On top of that, a new bill, which easily passed through the House, is currently sitting in the Senate and would effectively prevent US credit card companies and banks from accepting offshore gambling charges. Amidst all this, college football and NFL games have begun, and so has gamblin’ season. Despite the arrests and outstanding legislation, online gambling sites continue to receive significant site traffic. Here is Compete’s Top Ten Online Sports Gambling Sites Ranking:

Compete Top Ten: Sports Gambling Sites July ’06

Site US Visitors Rank
sportsbook.com 412,687 4,246
sportsinteraction.com 291,086 6,205
bodog.com 245,907 7,395
sports.com 198,460 9,115
sportsbetting.com 108,911 16,245
covers.com 77,986 22,320
betonsports.com 45,218 36,573
pinnaclesports.com 35,488 45,233
betonusa.com 17,401 82,981
fullcardreports.com 14,495 96,636

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