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Ontario sports betting

Why Hot Tech Scene In Ontario Bodes Well For Sports Betting Future

Commercial Ontario sports betting launched in April, adding fuel to an already growing technology industry in Toronto. While sportsbooks clamored to enter ON sports betting, the online gaming industry had already established roots in the province’s largest city. The industry’s potential impact on Ontario is well-known by those in the business community in Toronto. “This is a […] Read More
Posted on: May 26, 2022 | Regulation Sports Betting | Pat Evans
VA sports betting

How Could Reported Commanders Move Affect MD, VA Sports Betting?

The Washington Commanders are already live in VA with sports betting and could be considering a stadium there too. The Commanders paid $100 million for 200 acres in Virginia, according to a Monday report from ESPN. The land could house a 60,000-seat domed stadium, with restaurants, apartments and other surrounding amenities. Should the Commanders move, […] Read More
Posted on: May 24, 2022 | Regulation Sports Betting | Matthew Waters
Indiana sports betting

Indiana Sports Betting Continues Growth With Basketball Love

Indiana sports betting proved yet again in April the love Hoosiers have for basketball. Indiana sportsbooks took $360 million in bets during April, according to an Indiana Gaming Commission report this month. While it was a 24.4% drop from March’s $476.8 million handle, it was a 52% jump compared to the $236.4 million wagered in […] Read More
Posted on: May 24, 2022 | Sports Betting | Pat Evans
Michigan sports betting

Michigan Sports Betting Slow Season Starts In April

The slow season is hitting Michigan sports betting. Michigan bettors placed $396 million in April bets, according to a Michigan Gaming Control Board report this week. It was the first month to dip below $400 million since MI sportsbooks took $386.8 million in September 2021. The April handle was a 44.4% jump year-over-year. April was a […] Read More
Posted on: May 24, 2022 | Sports Betting | Pat Evans
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