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Sports gambling is once again unavailable in Florida. The Seminole Tribe suspended its online sports betting operation on Saturday after a federal court of appeals denied its request for an emergency motion of stay a day prior. 

Tribal spokesman Gary Bitner told the Tallahassee Democrat the Hard Rock SportsBook mobile app will "temporarily suspend operations" after Friday's decision, and as of Saturday morning users saw an error message stating as such when trying to place bets. 

Due to yesterday’s appellate court decision, the Hard Rock Sportsbook mobile app will temporarily suspend accepting new bets and deposits. Player information and account funds are safe and secure, and the app will remain online for easy withdrawals via all payment methods. pic.twitter.com/8XhDcXzRKa

— Hard Rock Sportsbook (@HardRockSB) December 4, 2021

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and the Seminole Tribe brought sports gambling to the state this spring in a 30-year-deal, and the Legislature authorized it in May. The deal allowed the Seminole Tribe to run all the state's bets through computer servers on its property. 

The Seminole Tribe agreed to pay at least $2.5 billion to the state over five years as part of the deal, and according to the Tallahassee Democrat, it has already paid $75 million since October. 

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