North Carolina's Latest Sports Betting Bill Makes It Through the House
The bill calls for 10 to 12 licensed mobile sportsbook operators to begin taking wagers and the taxation on those bets to begin on January 8, 2024.
North Carolina House Poised to Pass Online Sports Betting Bill
The recent developments signal a high likelihood that online sports betting sites are coming to the Tar Heel State considering the Senate voted in favor of a gambling bill in 2021 and proposed last year's sports betting bill that the House killed.
Giannis Antetokounmpo Partners With Global Sports Betting Site
With Monday's announcement, Betano becomes the first sportsbook in the world to partner with an NBA player.
FanDuel's Parent Company Flutter Eyeing U.S. Stock Listing
The move comes as the gaming company is looking to enhance its profile in America, with shareholders strongly supporting the move.
D.C. Mayor Reportedly Cutting Problem Gambling Fund from Sports Betting Budget
Just last month, Brianne Doura-Schawohl of the National Council on Problem Gambling challenged D.C.’s health council in an open letter to spend the allotted money to help problem gamblers.
Latest Bill That Would Alter Tennessee’s Sports Betting Tax Structure Stalls
The Volunteer State legalized wagering back in 2019 and is seeing year-over-year growth in the sports betting market.
Maryland Senate Sends Sports Betting Regulation Bills to House
One of the latest bills wants to make it illegal for universities to accept money for students joining sports betting operators, but it would also force the higher institutions to publicly disclose the contracts created with sportsbooks.
New Jersey Lawmakers Look to Combat Sports Betting Advertisements
The Garden State was one of the first states to legalize sports betting in 2018 and has developed one of the most mature and robust sports betting markets in the country.
Despite Drop in Sports Betting Handle, Pennsylvania's Revenue Rises in February
The state saw a 22% drop in sports betting handle from January to February, but a Philadelphia Eagles' loss greatly helped out in the revenue department.
Massachusetts Releases First Full Month of Sports Betting Figures
The opening-month report gives Massachusetts something to work off of, with the handle coming from the state's three brick-and-mortar sportsbooks. Online and mobile sports betting is next up, after it went live in the Bay State on March 10.
Betr Expands Into More Traditional Sports Betting Markets
Ohio is the only state Betr is currently operating live in, but the sportsbook app is on the periphery of going live in two other key markets.
Betway Remains Committed to Expanding in U.S. Legal Sports Betting Market
The online sports betting site is currently active in Arizona, Ohio, Virginia, Colorado, Iowa, Indiana, and Pennsylvania.
Maryland's February Handle Decreases by $100 Million Month-Over-Month
It was a big drop for the Old Line State after the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission reported a total of $339.4 million in wagers.
West Virginia Continues to See Sports Betting Handle Slide in February
West Virginia is most certainly missing football season, as the Mountain State's sports betting handle failed to reach the $40 million mark.
Minnesota Bill to Legalize Sports Betting Advances, But Issues Remain
Minnesota is one step closer to legal sports betting after House Bill 2000 was passed by the Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee on Thursday. But issues remain with the finer points of the state's gaming regulations.
Tipico Partners With MAAC Despite Games Being Unavailable to New Jersey Sports Bettors
Kambi Group Partners with Potawatomi Casino and Hotels to Power Milwaukee's First Sportsbook
Milwaukee sports bettors will be happy to hear the two sides have come to an agreement that will bring the city its first sportsbook, including 20 sports betting kiosks at the Carter Hotel and Casino
Minnesota's Latest Legal Sports Betting Bill Advances in House
The bill set to bring legal sports betting to the Gopher State took another step forward on Thursday after the Judiciary Finance and Civil Law Committee voted to advance it to the Public Safety and Finance Committee.
Minnesota Bill to Legalize Sports Betting Moves Forward
Legal sports betting is a step closer in Minnesota after the House Commerce Finance and Policy Committee voted in favor of advancing House Bill 2000, which would call for MIGA to oversee and regulate both online and retail sites.
Kentucky Lawmakers Focus Solely on Sports Betting in Latest Legalization Attempt
House Bill 551 — a much more targeted sports betting bill in Kentucky — has Rep. Michael Meredith optimistic that sports wagering could soon be legalized in the Bluegrass State.