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Category: Sports Betting

News and analysis of the growing market for legal, regulated sports betting in the United States.

January PA Sports Betting Report Highlights Need For Mobile Wagering

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) released its January sports betting revenue report Friday. PA sports betting generated a modest…

Sports Betting Legislative Lasso: We’re Gonna Need A Bigger Rope

Another brisk week of sports betting legislation is set to conclude with more than 80 bills on file, spanning more…

New Hampshire Lottery Takes DOJ To Court To Stop Enforcement Of Wire Act Opinion

This is a breaking story and will be updated. The New Hampshire Lottery has filed suit in federal court against…

State Senate Moves Rhode Island Sports Betting One Step Closer To Mobile

The state Senate took a step toward enhancing the Rhode Island sports betting industry Wednesday by voting to allow mobile…

SportTechie’s State Of The Industry Conference To Address US Sports Betting

The second SportTechie State Of The Industry Conference addresses the sports industry now that sports betting is legal in some…

You Can’t Handle The Truth About New Minnesota Sports Betting Bill

Rather than tax the gross gaming revenue for operators, legislation announced Wednesday by Rep. Pat Garofalo is the first in…

How A New Governor Could Help Connecticut Sports Betting Over The Hump

A change in governors could be just what Connecticut sports betting needs to finally get up and running. Last August, then-Gov.…

Legal Betting On The Oscars? New Jersey Sportsbooks Can Take Action

If you want Oscar odds for the best picture in 2019, you will soon be able to find them in…

NJ Sports Betting Sets New Record, Nears $400 Million In Wagers In January

New Jersey sports betting continued to grow despite the fact that there was less football to bet on in January. The…

Minnesota Sports Betting Gets A Big Push, But Will Tribes Give Their Blessing?

Minnesota Rep. Pat Garofalo has drafted a new bill which would legalize sports betting inside of the state's tribal casinos.