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The first Chicago sportsbook is finding a way to use the internet to its advantage despite Illinois' delayed mobile sports betting launch.
This week's recap of sports betting news includes launches by Illinois and Michigan as well as bills passing Washington and Virginia's legislatures.
Rivers Casino in Des Plaines will be the first to take a legal Illinois sports bet Monday morning as the state becomes the 15th with...
The case involves Casey Urlacher, the brother of former Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher, in an indictment centered on illegal sports betting.
The first applicants are in for a sports wagering license in Illinois, and the results provide some possible insights into how sports betting will roll...
Emergency sports wagering rules issued by the Illinois Gaming Board set guidelines for challenging the commercial reasonableness of official league data.
The phrase “commercially reasonable terms” has been popping up in sports betting bills across the country as debate rages over mandated official league data usage.
Robust growth in mobile Indiana sports betting led to the state's strongest month to date. Handle jumped 60.6% to $147.3 million in November.
Illinois sports betting will take the next step in December when casinos, racetracks and stadiums should be able to apply for licenses.
An Ohio committee approved an amendment that allows sports leagues to request that the Lottery Commission restrict betting on events and wager types.