Connecticut sports betting

So Who’s Actually Happy About This Connecticut Sports Betting Announcement?

Gov. Ned Lamont took a risk when he announced a Connecticut sports betting agreement with just one tribal partner instead of both. That’s left some key parties pretty upset. Lamont’s office announced an agreement for expanded gaming with the Mohegan Tribe Tuesday. The announcement came after a joint Public Safety and Security Committee hearing where […] Read More
Posted on: March 5, 2021 | Regulation Sports Betting | Matthew Waters
Ohio sports betting

Intralot Provides Unintentional Comedy To Ohio Sports Betting Hearing

More testimony on how to shape the legal Ohio sports betting market came Wednesday from a number of proponents. Bally’s, Caesars, Intralot and the Ohio Licensed Beverage Association all testified in support of sports betting at Wednesday’s Select Committee on Gaming hearing. They offered a few different perspectives: Bally’s and Caesars stuck to the typical […] Read More
Posted on: March 4, 2021 | Regulation Sports Betting | Matthew Waters
Connecticut sports betting

Mohegan, Connecticut Gov. Lamont Reach Sports Betting Agreement

There’s finally a tribal agreement in place that will let Connecticut legalize sports betting and iGaming. Well, at least partially. Gov. Ned Lamont and the Mohegan Indians announced an agreement a long time in the making – but only them. Notably missing was the Mashantucket Pequot from the announcement. That’s because there’s still one financial […] Read More
Posted on: March 2, 2021 | Regulation Sports Betting | Matthew Waters
Texas sports betting

Opinion: How Texas Interest In Sports Betting Grew Bigger In 2021

In mid-January, Legal Sports Report reported that according to multiple sources, sports betting might be on the legislative agenda in Texas. Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick, however, says it is not happening. The legalization of TX sports betting would be something of a unicorn for the sports betting industry, much like California, Florida, and mobile betting in […] Read More
Posted on: March 2, 2021 | Opinion Regulation Sports Betting | John Holden
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