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A record 26 million Americans will spend $6.8 billion on Super Bowl betting this year, accord to data from the American Gaming Association.
The Ohio House of Representatives is close to passing sports betting legislation,...
This week's recap of sports betting news includes SBTech's lawsuit against LSR...
Colorado sports betting can't officially begin until May 1 but plenty of...
Sports betting in Kansas could be a reality through a seemingly favorable bill that would legalize mobile sports betting.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra issued a title and summary for the tribal sports betting initiative Tuesday, giving tribes the green light to begin collecting...
It could be a few more months until Washington, DC sports betting is officially open and live throughout the nation's capital.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo notes the exclusion of "irresponsible revenue sources" in leaving mobile sports betting out of executive budget proposal.
Legislatures are in full swing, which means there are plenty of sports betting stories to go over. Aside from bill news, companies started reporting their...