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Category: Regulation

NFL Commish Goodell Finally Says Something Positive About Sports Betting: Nevada Regulation ‘Could Be Beneficial’

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell acknowledged the benefits of a regulated, legal sports betting market in comments at the Phoenix owners…

New Jersey Congressman: Raiders’ Vegas Move Means NFL’s ‘Attitude Toward Sports Betting Has Changed’

Congressman Frank Pallone Jr. said the NFL's announcement that the Oakland Raiders would be moving to Las Vegas was good…

NFL’s Goodell ‘Not Changing Our Position’ On Sports Betting As Raiders Officially Head To Las Vegas

The NFL made it official with the Oakland Raiders heading to Las Vegas, which is in the only state where…

For DraftKings And FanDuel, Focus Is On States Where Daily Fantasy Sports Is Illegal, Or Might Be

Some states are more important to the daily fantasy sports industry on the legislative front than others in the short…

Australia Is About To Ban In-Play Sports Betting, As Senate Passes Bill

Click to call in-play betting will become illegal in Australia after the Senate approves the final reading of the Interactive…

UK Commission Targets The Threat Of Illegal Skin Betting In Esports In New Report

The UK Gambling Commission called on esports games publishers to tackle the threat of illegal skin gambling.

Two Important States For Daily Fantasy Sports Industry Have New Bills

Two of the bigger states for the daily fantasy sports industry saw new bills come to light this week: Ohio…

Major League Soccer Commish On Sports Betting: ‘Bring It Out Of The Dark Ages’

Major League Soccer joined the growing list of North American professional sports leagues that aren't adamantly opposed to legal sports…

Future Of Michigan Sports Betting Bill Up In The Air For 2017

Online gambling in Michigan moved forward last week, but the status of a bill to establish legal sports betting in…

Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant Signs New Fantasy Sports Law Into Effect

Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant signed a bill regulating daily fantasy sports, following up on a temporary law the state enacted…