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Now that the DC sports betting contract is approved, preparations for launch can begin in earnest in the District of Columbia.
There appears to be a lot of smoke generated when the Washington DC Council and Intralot link up, even if there's not an obvious fire...
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.
Terrible terms and shady dealings didn't stop members of the district council from approving the $215 million DC sports betting contract with Intralot.
Council members met Wednesday to debate the $215 million contract that is within the grasp of Intralot, covering both DC sports betting and lottery.
Ted Leonsis confirmed what he previously discussed as a possibility: the former Greene Turtle restaurant at Capital One Arena will convert into a sportsbook. Patrons...
In a five-minute discussion seemingly as rushed as the contract itself, the Washington, D.C. council voted Tuesday to approve an emergency measure allowing its current...
City lawmakers have given a preliminary sign-off to a proposal that would bypass the competitive bidding process for DC sports betting, allowing Intralot to secure...
A bill that essentially hands the DC sports betting contract to current lottery provider Intralot comes before the district council Tuesday. The wisdom behind bypassing...
Lottery officials offered hours of testimony in support of a proposal to circumvent competitive bidding for the DC sports betting contract.