- May 23, 2019
American sports bettors may end up paying the price of high licensing fees and taxes as new U.S. states open up sports betting.Read More . . .
If sports leagues are going to ask for a sports betting integrity fee, then they need to address bad calls and officiating in general.Read More . . .
In the aftermath of the 2019 Kentucky Derby's controversial result, Hartley looks at some possible rule changes and betting options that may help the beleaguered Sport of Kings.Read More . . .
The latest attacks on gambling in the United Kingdom may have more to do with politics than problem gambling.Read More . . .
David Baazov's lawsuit against the Autorité des marchés financiers in Canada may open the door for lawsuits against the U.S. government.Read More . . .
In the wake of the collapse of the AAF, Hartley looks at why football can't generate interest beyond the NFL and NCAA to support another league and offers insights into what may work, including partnerships with sports betting companies in the U.S.Read More . . .