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This is usually a slow time of year for sports betting news but plenty happened last week despite the holidays cutting it short.
DraftKings Sportsbook expects to take its first mobile bets in New Hampshire during the NFL Playoffs after finalizing its contract with the state Monday.
It looks like DraftKings Sportsbook will be the only online sports betting operator in the state of New Hampshire – at least for now.
DraftKings Sportsbook could be on its way to retail and mobile sports betting licenses in New Hampshire, with a chance to launch this NFL season.
Less than a year after launching regulated sports betting, Rhode Island is on the verge of expanding its industry to include statewide online wagering.
This week's recap of sports betting news features the newest US state with a legal industry, plus a few others inching their way toward launch.
Legal sports betting is absolutely coming to New Hampshire after Gov. Chris Sununu signed the enabling bill into law on Friday.
NH sports betting received legislative approval Thursday, as the House concurred with Senate changes to a bill that Gov. Chris Sununu will sign into law.
With the new Wire Act decision, lottery operators, poker players, and igaming can breathe a sigh of relief. But don't get too excited, sports betting fans.
The New Hampshire Senate once again voted to approve NH sports betting Thursday, and this time the bill is headed back to the House.