Category: Regulation

NJ’s Top Regulator Talks Sports Betting: DraftKings, FanDuel And Racetracks ‘Pushing The Envelope’

New Jersey Department of Gaming Enforcement Director David Rebuck talks about the about the launch of the industry's sports betting…

Penn National Ends The Wait For A Pennsylvania Sports Betting Applicant

Penn National submitted its request to start sports betting at Hollywood Casino Penn National, making it the first applicant for…

Movement In Indiana Sports Betting As Regulators Look For Help

Months after legislators ordered more study of Indiana sports betting, state officials are hiring a well-known consulting firm.

Penn National, FanDuel Get Licenses For West Virginia Sports Betting; William Hill Gets A Partner

Penn National and FanDuel received the first operator licenses for West Virginia sports betting. William Hill US will operate the…

Colorado AG: Sports Betting Can Become Legal Without Voter Approval

Cynthia Coffman determines that Colorado can change state law to approve legal sports betting without a referendum.

The First Approval For West Virginia Sports Betting Has Been Granted

GeoComply received interim approval to supply its industry-leading geolocation services to West Virginia sports betting operators.

How The MGM-NBA Deal All But Ends The Integrity Fee Debate

The sports betting agreement MGM and the NBA reached might be the final nail in the coffin for state-mandated sports…

Justice Denied Means Justice Served: West Virginia Sports Betting Still On Track

Despite ongoing resistance from Gov. Jim Justice himself, regulators are moving forward with WV sports betting licensure in anticipation of…

Gaming Experts Agree: Leagues Can’t Explain Why They Need Integrity Fees

Legal sports betting stakeholders and state lawmakers simply want to know one thing: what will you provide for that cut?

Tennessee’s New Governor Could Hold The Key To Legal Sports Betting

The leading Democratic candidates for governor say they're ready to explore sports betting, but the Tennessee constitution might necessitate a…