Matthew Kredell

Matthew started his career as a sportswriter at the Los Angeles Daily News, where he covered the NFL, Kobe-Shaq three-peat, Pete Carroll’s USC football teams, USC basketball, pro tennis, Kings hockey and fulfilled his childhood dream of sitting in the Dodgers’ dugout. His reporting on efforts to legalize sports betting began in 2010, when Playboy Magazine flew him to Prague to hang out with Calvin Ayre and show how the NFL was pushing US money overseas by fighting expansion of regulated sports betting across the country. A USC journalism alum, Matt also has written on a variety of topics for Men’s Journal, Los Angeles magazine, LA Weekly and ESPN.com.

California sports betting

How New California Sports Betting Amendments Shoot For Compromise

Proposed changes to the California sports betting bill provide further restrictions on cardrooms and a multiyear phase-in of mobile wagering. Legal Sports Report obtained an overview sheet of proposed amendments for SCA 6 that author Sen. Bill Dodd sent Tuesday to tribal leaders. The amendments attempt to address concerns raised by tribes on California sports betting at […] Read More
Posted on: June 16, 2020 | Regulation Sports Betting | Matthew Kredell
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