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There's no shortage of finger pointing in the three-way dispute between former sports betting partners Delaware North, Miomni, and EnterG.
Sports betting is legal and regulated in both Iowa and West Virginia, but the two markets are on diverging trajectories heading into football season.
Thursday is the big day for Iowa, as casinos begin to roll out the state's first legal sportsbooks and sports betting websites.
While Iowa rushes to launch regulated sports betting, policymakers in New York and North Carolina are still exploring the best path forward.
A week after an enormous sports betting announcement from Penn National Gaming, we try to fit the pieces together in the legalized states.
It's no exaggeration to say that last week's news from Penn National will shape the future of US sports betting. On Wednesday, the company unveiled...
Penn National Gaming upped the stakes on Wednesday, entering into US sports betting patnerships wtih DraftKings, PointsBet, and several others.
This weekly recap of sports betting news features FanDuel and DraftKings prominently, plus updates from around the map of legislation and regulation.
On Friday, North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper signed a bill that makes sports betting legal at two tribal casinos operated by Caesars.
This week's sports betting news heavily featured New York and Pennsylvania, two of the biggest potential US markets heading down two diverging paths.