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Arizona sports betting

Arizona Sports Betting Access Filling Up Fast After TwinSpires Deal

TwinSpires is the latest sportsbook to find a partner for Arizona sports betting. On Friday, the company announced its partnership with the Tonto Apache Tribe, which owns and operates the Mazatzal Hotel & Casino, approximately an hour and a half northeast of Phoenix. The partnership includes online and retail sportsbook access to Arizona sports betting for […] Read More
Posted on: July 30, 2021 | Sports Betting | Pat Evans
PointsBet

PointsBet Looks To More Than Double Cash On Hand As US Race Stays Hot

PointsBet announced a $300 million (A$400 million) capital raise to continue its North American expansion during its fourth-quarter conference call Wednesday evening. During the call, PointsBet CEO Sam Swanell laid out positives from the Australian company’s 2021 fiscal year. The company’s net revenue growth was 159%, up to $143.2 million, but expenses left the company with an […] Read More
Posted on: July 29, 2021 | Sports Betting | Pat Evans
NIL

Opinion: How NCAA Concession On NIL Rules Could Affect US Sports Betting Industry

The college sports world has undergone as much change in the last month as just about any period in recent memory, including new rules affecting name, image, and likeness (NIL.) It began with the Supreme Court‘s Alston decision that found NCAA restrictions on academic-related aid to violate federal antitrust laws and continued through July 1 when […] Read More
Posted on: July 29, 2021 | Opinion Regulation Sports Betting | John Holden
MA sports betting

Does DraftKings DFS Deal With Boston Red Sox Set Up MA Sports Betting Partnership?

It sounds like the Boston Red Sox are ready for a DraftKings Sportsbook at Fenway Park – if MA sports betting law allows it, of course. DraftKings announced it is now the official daily fantasy sports provider of the team. The agreement includes additional signage throughout Fenway, joining the banner already atop the Green Monster. […] Read More
Posted on: July 28, 2021 | Regulation Sports Betting | Matthew Waters
Colorado sports betting

Colorado Sports Betting Revenue Up Despite Summer Handle Slowdown

Early playoff exits for local teams might have hurt handle but Colorado sports betting saw revenue jump in June. Sports betting revenue totaled $19.7 million, up 30.4% from May’s $15.1 million. Meanwhile, handle dropped 7.7% month-over-month to $229.8 million in June, according to the monthly state report. Promotional spending for Colorado sportsbooks fell a bit […] Read More
Posted on: July 27, 2021 | Sports Betting | Matthew Waters
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