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The return of mobile apps to the West Virginia sports betting market appears to be taking hold.
The Indiana Gaming Commission authorized DraftKings Sportsbook to launch online sports betting for Ameristar East Chicago beginning Thursday.
On the surface, the DraftKings Sportsbook launch in WV sports betting is just one of many. Its battle with FanDuel Sportsbook makes it more interesting.
Nearly six months after WV sports betting went offline, FanDuel Sportsbook is reopening the market with a statewide mobile app now available for download.
The weekly recap of sports betting news returns to West Virginia once again with some long-awaited good news for operators and bettors alike.
After months without a mobile option, West Virginia could welcome industry heavies FanDuel Sportsbook and DraftKings Sportsbook by next week.
There's no shortage of finger pointing in the three-way dispute between former sports betting partners Delaware North, Miomni, and EnterG.
Sports betting is legal and regulated in both Iowa and West Virginia, but the two markets are on diverging trajectories heading into football season.
A week after an enormous sports betting announcement from Penn National Gaming, we try to fit the pieces together in the legalized states.
Online sports betting is coming back to West Virginia. Regulators have approved the DraftKings Sportsbook app, according to a local report.