FanDuel Dives Into Georgia Despite No Peach State Sports Betting

Despite Georgia sports betting legislation fizzling this session, FanDuel is investing in the state. Gov. Brian Kemp announced Tuesday that FanDuel Sportsbook plans to open a product development and IT operations hub in Atlanta. The project reportedly includes an investment of more than $15 million. The Georgia Department of Economic Development expects the creation of […] Read More
Posted on: May 20, 2021 | Sports Betting | Pat Evans
Alabama sports betting

Alabama Sports Betting Down To The Wire In House

A comprehensive package of legislation that includes Alabama sports betting is down to its last few days to pass. The package aimed mostly at launching a state lottery could see the House floor Thursday. Alabama is one of five states without a lottery. With just two legislative days left in the Alabama session, several hurdles […] Read More
Posted on: May 5, 2021 | Regulation Sports Betting | Pat Evans
Georgia sports betting

Georgia Sports Betting Legislation Racing The Clock After Committee Vote

Georgia sports betting is another step closer to reality as the session nears a close. The Georgia House Economic Development and Tourism Committee passed both Senate Resolution 135 and Senate Bill 142 on Tuesday. The two pieces of legislation aim to legalize sports betting in Georgia. The legislation now moves to the House Rules Committee. The […] Read More
Posted on: March 24, 2021 | Regulation Sports Betting | Pat Evans
Georgia sports betting

How Voting Rights Could Affect Georgia Sports Betting Hopes In 2021

Constitutional arguments and state politics are throwing the chances of legalizing sports betting in Georgia this year into doubt. HB 86 is in a political stalemate with House Democrats withholding support of the bill because of Republican efforts to reduce access to voting, according to the Associated Press. The Democrats might be the minority party […] Read More
Posted on: February 26, 2021 | Regulation Sports Betting | Matthew Waters
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