Hundreds of millions of dollars pending as betting sites pump brakes on calling election for Biden

Gam­blers across the world are wait­ing as wager­ing web­sites refuse to call the pres­i­den­tial elec­tion in Pres­i­dent-elect Joe Biden’s favor, despite news out­lets doing so.

This year’s elec­tion was an unprece­dent­ed event in the world of bet­ting, with more peo­ple than ever shelling out funds. While polit­i­cal gam­bling is tech­ni­cal­ly ille­gal in the Unit­ed States, Britain-based wager­ing web­site Bet­fair report­ed­ly has more than $600 mil­lion tied up pend­ing Pres­i­dent Trump’s myr­i­ad law­suits and legal maneu­ver­ing in key bat­tle­ground states.

“We still have not grad­ed a win­ner,” Adam Burns, sports­book man­ag­er of BetOn­line, told the New York Post.

No state has yet offi­cial­ly cer­ti­fied its results for the pres­i­den­tial elec­tion, and Trump’s reelec­tion cam­paign has worked over­time to barn­storm both state and fed­er­al courts with lit­i­ga­tion in a last-ditch effort to achieve victory.

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