Arizona Residents in Fantasy Sports Team Leagues May be Committing Felonies “Arizona is one of five states that makes it [fantasy sports league gambling with money] illegal under state law. That’s because Arizona law considers fantasy football a “game of chance,” which is illegal under Arizona gambling laws. . . . Under ARS 13-3303 any website that provides fantasy advice and is accessible to a resident of Arizona, is committing a Class 5 felony.” Here is the text of Arizona Revised Statutes Section 13-3303: A. Except for amusement, regulated or social gambling, a person commits promotion of gambling if he knowingly does either of the following for a benefit: 1. Conducts, organizes, manages, directs, supervises or finances gambling. 2. Furnishes advice or assistance for the conduct, organization, management, direction, supervision or financing of gambling. B. Promotion of gambling is a class 5 felony. Related posts: Photo Radar & Arizona Law Arizona Court of Appeals Case Extends Arizona Home Buyers Deficiency Judgment Protection Arizona Fireworks Law Still Unclear State Lawmakers Consider Unusual Bills Superintendent of Arizona Schools Says Tucson Unified School District Violates Arizona’s Ethnic Studies Law Arizona Legislature Passes Bill to Curb ‘Chauvanism’ in Ethnic Studies Programs Arizona Legislature Orders Attorney General Terry Goddard to Do His Job & Represent Arizona Why Arizona Drew a Line Text of Arizona’s Anti-Illegal Immigration Law – Part 2 Arizona House & Senate Bills Would Prevent Arizona Courts from Considering Foreign Laws On the Net2017-06-02T21:11:37-07:00 Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestVkEmail Leave A Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.