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Nevada's gaming regulators approved what seemed inevitable in the betting world given the current state of sports: esports betting.
Mobile share of Nevada sports betting handle slipped to 45% in February compared to 49% in January.
This week's sports betting news roundup includes two jurisdictions that still plan to launch sports betting without sports and a postponed Kentucky Derby.
Regulators are still working toward a May 1 launch date for Colorado sports betting. Whether that target is met or not will likely be decided...
Pennsylvania sports betting continued strong in February with its fourth straight month of more than $300 million in handle.
The latest victim of the coronavirus' global sports shutdown is the 146th running of the Kentucky Derby, which is postponed until Sept. 5.
Legal Washington DC sports betting will still launch by the end of this month despite very few, if any, available sports to bet.
Sportsbook operators have put out the first statements regarding the business implications of shutdowns from the coronavirus.
This week's recap of sports betting news includes an update on the impact of the coronavirus and three states launching retail betting.
Montana sports betting is officially live, becoming the 17th state open for legal sports bets. But whether bettors will actually bet is another question.