There is cautious optimism that online sports betting in New York will get the go-ahead by the end of the year. That might require a compromise, but even if New York is limited to single skin online sportsbooks, the New York market is full of potential.
Operators, vendors, and suppliers can now apply to be part of Virginia’s sports betting industry. The Virginia Lottery opened the application window on its site on October 15. Interested parties have until October 31 to complete their applications, leaving them very little time. The state remains on schedule to roll out legal sports betting by…
For the fourth consecutive month, the US commercial gaming industry continued to show signs of recovery, after reaching a low point in April 2020. This, according to the American Gaming Association’s (AGA) Commercial Gaming Revenue Tracker report for August.
Illinois’ Gov. J.B. Pritzker made news when he eased registration restrictions to help the state’s fledgling sports betting industry navigate the economic perils caused by the pandemic. And now, it’s time to revisit the issue of legal online gambling in the Prairie State.
Michigan gaming revenue took a big hit when COVID-19 forced its land-based casinos and fledgling legal sports betting industry to shut down during the pandemic. The state is hoping to offset some of these losses by fast-tracking the introduction of legal mobile sports betting and online gambling from early-2021 to late-2020.
A survey from the American Gaming Association (AGA) has found that the coronavirus pandemic and uncertainty surrounding the upcoming NFL season have not dampened Americans’ enthusiasm for NFL betting.
If you’re in favor of sports betting legalization in Michigan, you should be rooting for Michigan Representative Brandt Iden.
In a surprise turn of events, Arlington Park has declined to apply for a casino license under the new Illinois gaming expansion law.
The NFL has named sports data firm Sportradar its official distributor of league data. Sportradar now has exclusive rights to distribute NFL data involving real-time scores, player stats and more to media organizations and sports betting operators moving forward.
Although it is not particularly surprising to see Illinois make a much of the new gaming law enacted in June, it is still no less painful to watch.
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