NFL Awards: Previewing the Top Three Favorites To Win the 2023-24 NFL MVPBy: Michael Savio
Bookmakers have established three heavy favorites to win this year’s MVP race. We are breaking down all three players, providing their odds to win MVP and insights to help you place your NFL futures bet before the season kicks off.
St. Louis Cardinals President Wants Missouri Sports Betting On November BallotBy: Grant Mitchell
Bill DeWitt III, president of the Cardinals, has been an outspoken proponent of legal sports betting and is one of many that have feverishly encouraged legislators to reach a resolution. He recently said that he would like the issue to be decided by the masses. via the initiative petition process.
Looking at the Top Five Super Bowl Favorites After the 2023 NFL DraftBy: Michael Savio
In this article we are reviewing the top five Super Bowl betting favorites since the completion of the 2023 NFL draft. We’ll look at what each team did in the draft and how it changes their chances for a super Bowl.
Missouri House Advances Sports Betting Bill With First-Round VoteBy: Grant Mitchell
The pro-sports betting crowd is supported by a coalition of owners and representatives of local professional sports teams, including the St. Louis Cardinals, Kansas City Chiefs, St. Louis Blues, and more. The group has been beating down lawmakers’ doors for more than a year but has been stymied at the crucial steps.
Professional Sports Teams Try Again for Legal Sports Betting in MissouriBy: Grant Mitchell
Among the attendees were St. Louis Cardinals President Bill DeWitt III, who has been an outspoken supporter of many failed movements to legalize sports betting in The Show-Me State. He encouraged senators to combine parts from the bills in a massive overhaul to the gaming ecosystem.
Missouri Lawmakers Apply Pressure with Two Sports Betting PropositionsBy: Grant Mitchell
Sen. Tony Luetkemeyer (R-MO) has already pre-filed Senate Bill (SB) 30, which he says would create $10-20 million in funding for Missouri schools through the legalization of sports betting. Several other policymakers are backing the effort as Missouri looks to join six of its eight neighboring states.