Washington sports betting will soon be legal, but it will be with one of the most limited reaches of any of the two-dozen states already accepting wagers or set to do so.
The Missouri state capitol closed Tuesday, another blow to legal sports betting and likely ending hopes for legal wagering in 2020.
The nation’s largest potential sports betting market won’t start taking bets until at least 2022 after a campaign to put legal wagering on the 2020 ballot was suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak. California’s constitution requires a statewide voter-backed amendment, which now can’t come until the 2022 midterm elections at the earliest.
The Virginia legislature approved a sports betting bill that would permit online wagering in the commonwealth. Assuming Gov. Ralph Northam signs the bill into law as expected, here’s everything bettors need to know about Virginia sports betting.
A Virginia sports betting bill would be a boon for a wide range of businesses, but professional sports leagues – and one NFL team in particular – are positioned to be among its largest beneficiaries.
Online and retail sports betting in Maryland could come in 2021 after lawmakers approved a bill that will ask voters to legalize wagering on this year’s ballot.
Elected officials and casino operators nationwide are shuttering casinos in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Here’s an updated list of statewide and individual casino closures, as well as those that remain open.
Coronavirus is impacting state legislatures across the country, including several still debating sports betting legislation. Here are the latest updates from these statehouses as they consider their next legislative steps during the outbreak.
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