The AGA has listed Coral and BetVictor on a list of unlicensed gambling sites that North American customers should avoid.

The American Gaming Association (AGA) has published a list of offshore operators that players should beware of before placing bets.

With the growth of legal sports betting in the United States, the AGA claims that many offshore operators have not disclosed their illegal status, leading to customer confusion and the perpetuation of an irregular betting market in some cases.

“Offshore gaming operators have been the subject of federal prosecution for illegally targeting American consumers for decades,” the AGA said.

“These sites are often vehicles to support nefarious activity and organized crime, as well as predatory behavior that can increase consumers’ risk of gambling problems.”

Other illegal sites listed by the AGA

Along with Coral and BetVictor, the AGA has listed some common offenders, including 5Dimes, BetAnySports, BetDSI, BetNow,, Bookmaker, Bovada, GTbets, Heritage, Intertops,, Skybook, Sportbet,, WagerWeb, Xbet and YouWager.

His statement encouraged the media to refrain from disclosing these brands and only include “legal and regulated sports betting operators” in their coverage. To this end, the AGA has provided a list of 50 legal sports bookmakers, which have included names such as BetMGM and DraftKings.

This is particularly striking, however, as BetMGM is partially owned by Entain, the same parent company that owns Coral.

The AGA’s warning comes as states continue to report record sports betting revenues month after month. Pennsylvania sports bookmakers generated $85 million for November, from more than $760 million in handlings.

November also saw New Jersey become the first state to produce more than $100 million in sports betting revenue as its sports bookmakers turned in $1.26 billion in betting. Michigan, meanwhile, reported similarly healthy sports betting revenue for November, generating $500 million in retail and online tricks.