SportsBetting.com has secured its place in the New Jersey, Indiana, and Iowa sports betting markets.
The ability to capture revenues currently headed offshore to unlicensed sportsbooks is one of the central talking points when the legalization of sports betting is debated. The argument goes that because there’s a demand, and people are currently engaged in the activity through black market operators, it should be legalized and regulated. Because prohibitions don’t…
When the topic of prohibited bettors is broached on social media, it is usually in conjunction with sportsbooks banning winning/sharp players. Less often, the subject comes up during responsible gaming discussions in regards to self-exclusion. But there’s also a third group of prohibited bettors, a group that rarely gets mentioned: a group called impermissible bettors.
An important and telling insight can be gleaned from the ten days of sports betting and online gambling data released by the Michigan Gaming Control Board for the newly regulated market in late January. That insight is, between them, the top four competitors – in order of handle FanDuel, DraftKings, Barstool, and BetMGM – controlled…
New York is one the biggest online sports betting prizes out there, and while legalization is still up in the air, Penn National Gaming made a move to secure market access for its Barstool branded online sports betting app and online casino should New York travel down either road.
As they look to plug budget holes, states across the country are eyeing legal sports betting’s successes in the US. But what about the roughly two dozen states that have already pumped the legal sports betting well? Where can they look for new tax revenue?
The international sports data and content deliverer, Sportradar, is doing its bit to fight match-fixing around the world. The Swiss-based company will provide its Universal Fraud Detection System (UFDS) free of charge to hundreds of sports leagues and federations who sign up from October this year.
As Betting USA previously reported, Kambi is hosting a week-long content series dubbed the Festival of Sportsbooks. The schedule for the virtual content series was revealed in an update issued today.
The news that the NHL is taking a small stake in PointsBet to accompany the marketing partnership announced last week raised eyebrows among observers. The announcement regarding the multi-year official betting partnership is itself far from unique. PointsBet is now the fourth official sports betting partner for the NHL after signing deals in late 2019…
Connecticut and Massachusetts are among the best candidates to legalize sports betting in 2021. Depending on who you talk to, either of the two neighboring states could be the odds-on favorite. Both states have plenty of reasons to pass legislation, but both also possess many potential stumbling blocks.
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