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It's safe to say that Michigan sports betting launched at one of the worst possible times. Its first revenue numbers back that up.
This week's recap of sports betting news includes launches by Illinois and Michigan as well as bills passing Washington and Virginia's legislatures.
Michigan sports betting will officially begin Wednesday at 1 p.m. at two of Detroit's commercial casinos, pending final regulatory approval.
FanDuel has secured market access for Michigan sports betting via a deal with Motor City Casino in Detroit, sources tell LSR.
The expected legalization of sports betting in Michigan has Canadian lawmakers pushing for change to Canadian sports betting laws as well.
The first Barstool Sportsbook could be coming to West Virginia early this year, Head of Penn Interactive Jon Kaplowitz said.
With no authorization to issue emergency rules, the Michigan Gaming Control Board estimates the rulemaking process for mobile sports betting to take a year.
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.
This week's recap of sports betting news includes Michigan becoming the 20th state with legal sportsbooks and big numbers in Pennsylvania.
No unexpected veto this time. The Michigan governor signed bills to legalize and regulate sports betting, internet gambling and daily fantasy sports Friday.