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The impact on sportsbooks from the coronavirus' sports shutdown can be seen from the weekly sports betting results from West Virginia in March.
Auto racing is back at the books, in a sense. Both Nevada...
Diamond Eagle ordered a $30 million fund to cover losses that might...
It's safe to say that Michigan sports betting launched at one of...
The West Virginia Lottery approved FanDuel Sportsbook to offer 2020 presidential election betting but state law prohibits it and the market was pulled.
A joint legislative committee produced a new Massachusetts sports betting bill that could get the governor's signature by July.
It will likely be months until US sports betting sees a month like February as the coronavirus pandemic brought the industry to a grinding halt.
This week's recap of sports betting news includes a delayed launch in DC and potential ghost game data distributed by Betgenius.
The coronavirus pandemic has frozen the sports betting sector in place like never before, extending to M&A as well. What effect could that have?