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This week's sports betting news heavily featured New York and Pennsylvania, two of the biggest potential US markets heading down two diverging paths.
This week's recap of sports betting news features the newest US state with a legal industry, plus a few others inching their way toward launch.
The summer lull cooled off New Jersey sports betting a bit last month, but legal books still combined to earn $9.7 million in revenue.
Legal sports betting is absolutely coming to New Hampshire after Gov. Chris Sununu signed the enabling bill into law on Friday.
Terrible terms and shady dealings didn't stop members of the district council from approving the $215 million DC sports betting contract with Intralot.
In addition to those two states, this week's recap of sports betting news includes new updates from California, Indiana, and Ohio.
After investing millions in the startup league, MGM is laying claim to the in-play sports betting technology the AAF partially developed before bankruptcy.
The largest market in the country is officially on the path to sports betting, as a new bill emerged this week in California.
Council members met Wednesday to debate the $215 million contract that is within the grasp of Intralot, covering both DC sports betting and lottery.
A $17.3 billion merger between Caesars and Eldorado will spawn the largest gambling company in the US with an expansive portfolio of sports betting deals.