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The end of the NFL season didn't end the hot streak for NJ sports betting as handle neared $500 million in February, though hold was...
The latest customer figures for Rhode Island sports betting continue to show the limitations of an in-person registration requirement.
The first Chicago sportsbook is finding a way to use the internet to its advantage despite Illinois' delayed mobile sports betting launch.
The online share of Indiana sports betting handle grew once again in February, continuing its growth streak since its October launch.
The proposed Georgia sports betting tax rate might not even make it out of its first committee, according to one sponsor.
This week's recap of sports betting news includes launches by Illinois and Michigan as well as bills passing Washington and Virginia's legislatures.
Virginia sports betting is running out of time with the legislature ending Saturday. But according to Del. Mark Sickles, things look positive.
Rivers Casino in Des Plaines will be the first to take a legal Illinois sports bet Monday morning as the state becomes the 15th with...
Michigan sports betting will officially begin Wednesday at 1 p.m. at two of Detroit's commercial casinos, pending final regulatory approval.
A much-debated Washington sports betting bill that limits sportsbooks to tribal casinos passed the Senate late Thursday night.