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PointsBet will expand to its third state next month when it launches in Indiana before the NCAA March Madness tournament.
Indiana's growing sports betting market will get its fifth mobile sportsbook Tuesday when BetMGM launches with Boyd's Belterra casino.
The 10-year market access deal will see the Unibet brand enter Indiana through Caesars’ Horseshoe Hammond Property, and Iowa with Harrah’s Council Bluffs
Another month, another steady set of trends for Iowa and Indiana sports betting results with the Hawkeye State declining and the Hoosier State growing. Indiana...
More than 75% of bets placed via theScore Bet app originated from the company's broad-reaching media app.
There will be six options for online Indiana sports betting once BetMGM and BetIndiana launch, and both recently received temporary operating licenses.
Indiana sports betting and its Iowa counterparts went in different directions during December.
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.
Three more Indiana sportsbooks could launch online by the Super Bowl, according to Full House Resorts CEO Dan Lee, the casino partner in the state....
PointsBet launched its unique betting style in New Jersey this year, and plans to start mobile sports betting in Indiana and Iowa by the Super...