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After delaying its launch when sports shut down because of the coronavirus, sports betting is available in Washington DC.
Happy Tuesday, everyone. It was an exciting three-day weekend for sports betting with The Match 2.0, NASCAR, Bundesliga soccer and news from multiple leagues about...
The lack of low-latency streaming in sports betting causes billions in lost handle, according to Jed Corenthal of Phenix.
It looks more like major US sports leagues could owe some cash over their fight against NJ sports betting.
Indiana sports betting will get its seventh app this week after Caesars received approval from regulators to launch Tuesday. Officials from Caesars did not respond...
This week's recap of sports betting news includes DraftKings' first earnings call, the two-year anniversary of PASPA and Louisiana taking steps.
DraftKings does not expect its future plans to be impacted at all by the coronavirus shutdown as long as sports return by 2021, CEO Jason...
Everyone was prepared to see New Jersey sports betting handle drop significantly in April compared to last year. Now, we know how much.
This week's recap of sports betting news includes a complicated situation in Oklahoma and a potential launch in Virginia by the end of 2020.
It looks like betting on US thoroughbred horse racing helped fill the gap for some sports bettors during the month of April, according to Equibase.