- Sports Betting
- NJ Sports Betting
- PA Sports Betting
- US Betting
- LSR Podcast
Prior to the Supreme Court’s landmark decision to legalize sports betting, the New Jersey argument that NJ sports betting was safe had a flaw.
SugarHouse Sportsbook was the first PA sports betting app to go live in the state, but without an iOS App. The problem will not be...
A New York Senator introduced an amendment that would allow sports betting at racetracks, off-track betting parlors, and sports stadiums and arenas.
The four US pro leagues have taken different approaches on how to handle biometric data, like whether it should be disseminated and for what purposes.
Daily fantasy sports is coming back to Alabama. More than three years after DFS was declared to be illegal gambling by the state’s attorney general,...
With the new Wire Act decision, lottery operators, poker players, and igaming can breathe a sigh of relief. But don't get too excited, sports betting fans.
The New Hampshire Senate once again voted to approve NH sports betting Thursday, and this time the bill is headed back to the House.
How did the Illinois sports betting process go so wrong? Legal Sports Report managing editor Adam Candee pens a breakup letter to the Land of...
A pair of untenable amendments added in committee on Tuesday appears to signal the death of the Louisiana sports betting bill.
Illinois has recently been struggling with how to handle a so-called bad actor situation involving the top two DFS providers holding gambling ambitions