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Nearly two years after PASPA, New Jersey and sports leagues remain in court. The leagues recently filed a petition in the “ongoing” NJ sports betting...
Players are voting today whether to accept a new collective bargaining agreement (CBA) for the next decade and NFL betting is in focus.
A more inclusive Maryland sports betting bill permitting the participation of racetracks and the Redskins stadium is on the verge of passing in the Senate.
The case involves Casey Urlacher, the brother of former Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher, in an indictment centered on illegal sports betting.
Our team broke the news that the NFL is finally moving toward the acceptance of sports betting with plans to hire a vice president of...
A job description being circulated hints at the introduction of betting content into NFL media properties, historically a no-go for the league.
This week's recap of sports betting news includes Penn National's acquisition of a minority stake in Barstool Sports and Nevada's record breaking 2019.
A record 26 million Americans will spend $6.8 billion on Super Bowl betting this year, accord to data from the American Gaming Association.
The NFL's recent suspension of Arizona Cardinal Josh Shaw highlights gaps in commuication between legal sports betting and the league's athletes.
This is usually a slow time of year for sports betting news but plenty happened last week despite the holidays cutting it short.