The federal government has permitted two Oklahoma Native American tribes to take in-person sports wagers, but a state Supreme Court ruling could thwart legal betting in the Sooner State before it begins.
Legal, online sports betting in Georgia seems closer than ever.
Another legislative session, another failed California sports betting bill.
Illinois online sports betting begins today with the launch of BetRivers mobile sportsbook.
A Louisiana daily fantasy taxation bill easily passed the state House of Representatives Wednesday, a year-and-a-half after voters in most parishes overwhelmingly approved the games.
Oklahoma sports betting is now legal – depending on who you ask. Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt announced separate deals with the Otoe-Missouria and Comanche Nation in April which, among other opportunities, would allow the two tribes to take in-person sports bets at some of their facilities. Those agreements were later allowed to pass into law…
The federal government has signed off on two Oklahoma gaming compacts that would legalize sports betting. When – or if – the Sooner State can take its first bet remains to be seen.
By suspending the in-person registration requirement for mobile sports betting, Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker has – at least temporarily – expanded the potential for his state’s nascent sports betting market.
Legal California sports betting has taken a step forward toward reality, but there are major problems that may prevent it from happening
California lawmakers advanced sports betting legislation out of committee Tuesday, the first – and easiest- step of a legislative journey that, at this point, still seems insurmountable.
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