Sport to bet on: Golf or NASCAR
Sports movie: Senna
Sports snack: Giant pretzel
Both the win amount and the volume of sports betting in June were "all-time records" for Nevada, according to the state's gaming control board.
The proposed standards could lay the groundwork for a pretty broad online betting market in the province, with plenty of sports available for wagering.
The Colorado Division of Gaming released the June 2021 sports-betting numbers on Tuesday, showing the Centennial State’s handle last month was nearly $229.8 million — down from about $249 million in May.
The slowdown since March is not unexpected, but New Hampshire’s steadily declining handle of late comes as New England’s sports-betting scene is on the cusp of becoming even more competitive.
The Arizona Department of Gaming is still aiming to launch legal sports betting in the southwestern state by September 9.
‘Everybody Wants This Legislation’: Massachusetts Lawmakers Making Progress On Legal Sports Wagering
House Bill No. 3977 was amended and then passed by Massachusetts representatives on Thursday by a vote of 156-3. The legislation will now head to the state’s Senate.
Rules so far include restricting gaming to those 19 years of age or older, requiring player complaints to be addressed promptly, and ensuring responsible-gambling policies are in place.
The Michigan Gaming Control Board recently reported that the state’s total sports-betting handle for June was approximately $259.5 million, which was made up of $235.1 million in online wagers and about $24.4 million in retail action.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board announced on Monday that the sports-wagering handle in the state for June was nearly $420.2 million, down from May’s $447.5 million, April’s $479.4 million, and March’s $560.3 million.
The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement announced a monthly sports-betting handle of approximately $766.9 million for June, down from the nearly $814.3 million reported for May.
Members of the Ohio Senate had been pushing to get a sports-betting bill passed through the legislature before the end of June... but came up short. Now the Buckeye State will have to wait (at least) until after a summer lull in legislative action.
The Florida Division of Elections’ campaign finance database shows the two sports-betting companies contributed $10 million apiece in June to a political committee called Florida Education Champions.
The Indiana Gaming Commission reported on Monday that the state’s sports-wagering handle for June was $246.3 million, a decrease of about 3.2 percent from May’s $254.4 million.
The New York State Gaming Commission on Friday issued a request for applications for at least two licenses to operate a platform for mobile sports wagering, which will host a combined total of at least four consumer-facing operators.
The Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission reported recently that the state’s handle for June was nearly $111.2 million, which was the third consecutive monthly decline.
The latest news also suggests that sports betting in Connecticut is shaping up to be a battle of industry heavyweights.
The Illinois Gaming Board reported Tuesday that the state’s sports-wagering handle for May was approximately $507.3 million, the second straight monthly decline after April’s almost $537.2 million in wagers and March’s $633.6 million.
The comments from the lotteries highlight just how eager they are to offer single-game betting and how important it could be for their businesses in a new era of Canadian sports wagering.
The Virginia Lottery recently reported that the Commonwealth’s handle for May was nearly $227 million, down about four percent from the $236.4 million announced for April and below the $304 million recorded for March.
Both the win and volume were "all-time records" for the month of May in Nevada, according to the state's gaming control board.