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Is Ohio Sports Betting Access Already Decided Through New Bill?

Sen. John Eklund introduced the substitute for SB 111, which legalizes sports betting in Ohio but limits the market to one skin per casino. Eklund introduced the new bill at Tuesday’s General Government and Agency Review Committee meeting. The bill passed with little discussion after Eklund talked about the substitute at last week’s hearing. Eklund noted […] Read More
Posted on: December 9, 2020 | Regulation Sports Betting | Matthew Waters
Ohio sports betting

Senator: Ohio Sports Betting Change Targets ‘People Who Could Scuttle The Whole Operation’

New details of the Ohio Senate’s sports betting proposal create some ambiguity about the potential for legalization this year. The biggest change included Sens. John Eklund and Sean O’Brien trimming the skins (or brands) allowed per casino license to just one. As Eklund tells LSR, that change might be what saves the chances for legalized […] Read More
Posted on: December 7, 2020 | Regulation Sports Betting | Matthew Waters
Indiana sports betting

Indiana Sports Betting Still Hitting Records Despite Robust Illinois Market

The sports betting industry wasn’t sure how the Indiana market would hold up whenever Illinois entered the sports betting scene. Illinois appears to be grabbing some share but the Hoosier State is holding on well, though. Sportsbooks saw another record month for both handle and revenue in October. Handle hit $230.9 million with $21.1 million […] Read More
Posted on: November 10, 2020 | Regulation Sports Betting | Matthew Waters
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