- May 29, 2020
Betting on sports is one step closer to becoming legal in Ohio, after the Ohio House of Representatives on Thursday approved a gambling bill that’s been debated in the Statehouse for over a year.Read More . . .
For the second time in two years, Louisiana voters will go to the polls with a chance to legalize a form of sports gaming. In 2018, voters in 47 of 64 parishes chose to make daily fantasy legal, and this November, they’ll get a chance to decide if sports betting should be allowed.Read More . . .
Caesars’ Indiana sportsbook has launched successfully with the news just in that the company has secured another license in VirginiaRead More . . .
For starters, the state decided to make sports betting a monopoly, handing full control to the Montana Lottery and vendor Intralot. On top of that, for now, “mobile” betting is not really mobile; yes, there’s an app where you can look up the odds, but you can only place bets at terminals installed in licensed bars and taverns.Read More . . .
A bid to help legalize sports betting in Louisiana is steps from final legislative passage, though the wagering still would be a year or more away.Read More . . .
The Michigan Gaming Control Board looks to be leaving no stone unturned amid a recent flurry of moves to accelerate online gaming availability that could potentially help lessen a huge gap in projected revenue in the Wolverine State as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.Read More . . .