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What does the case of a human cannonball and a TV report have to do with sports betting data? Read about this case from the...
Major League Baseball is set to launch “MLB Crypto Baseball,” through a licensing agreement this summer. Its interest in the blockchain could apply to gambling,...
This is the first in a two-part series where we look at the use of league security departments, what they are and how they work....
What does a court case involving phonebooks have to do with the current climate about sports betting and data?
A stock ticker case from more than a century has applications today's debate over sports betting data.
The NBA and Major League Baseball want everyone to believe they are owed something from companies that conduct wagering on their games.
A case from World War I involving the Associated Press provides some insight into how data and sports betting might intersect.
Professional Sports Leagues and the NCAA or other amateur organizations receive compensation for information used by sports bettors.
As state legislatures work to enact legal sports betting as a source of revenue, sportsbooks could find restrictions in their ability to differentiate themselves.
Could pro sports leagues go to court to stop sports betting laws that they don't approve of?