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The latest customer figures for Rhode Island sports betting continue to show the limitations of an in-person registration requirement.
There are currently three states with one mobile sportsbook: Oregon, Rhode Island and the most recently launched, New Hampshire.
Rhode Island has been slow to hit its stride with legal sports betting, despite its head start. The state which saw a $22.2 million handle...
Every month, RI sports betting looks more and more like a case study on why mobile wagering shouldn’t be limited by in-person registration.
Rhode Island sports betting had a strong September showing as the start of the NFL season helped to more than double August's handle.
More than 12,000 users downloaded the RI sports betting app since launch in September. But around half have visited in-person to finish registering.
Today could bring the end of a long wait for mobile RI sports betting but a lawsuit to prevent Rhode Island from going mobile might...
Less than a year after launching regulated sports betting, Rhode Island is on the verge of expanding its industry to include statewide online wagering.
US Supreme Court decision to overturn PASPA opened up the floodgates for sports betting legislation, making it one of the key policy issues at state...
Officials close to the state Republican Party in Rhode Island are challenging the legality of the state's existing sports betting laws.