Iowa to Permit Online Casinos to Combat Shutdowns

Iowa to Permit Online Casinos to Combat Shutdowns?

Iowa’s 19 bricks-and-mortar casinos closed their doors on March 17 and are yet to reopen. More than 18 000 jobs are at stake, and the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission’s revenue report for April 2020 from the state-licensed casinos in the Hawkeye State was littered with zeros.
Florida Online Betting to Become a Reality in 2021 - Maybe

Florida Online Betting to Become a Reality in 2021 – Maybe

Sports and online casino betting is still not a reality for fans and sports bettors in the state of Florida, but is all that about to change?
Nationwide Sports Betting Handle Down in March 2020

Nationwide Sports Betting Handle Down in March 2020

The good news - sports betting is not dead yet. However, the impact of the global pandemic and the resulting shutdown of the major sporting leagues both in the United States and abroad has bitten hard into the numbers for online sportsbooks across the nation
Tennessee Online Sports Betting Update – Live in July 2020

Tennessee Online Sports Betting Update – Live in July 2020?

It won’t be long now before the Volunteer State of Tennessee joins traditional legal online sports betting states like Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, and has its own legal online sportsbooks
Full Speed Ahead as Colorado Sports Betting Began on May 1

Full Speed Ahead as Colorado Sports Betting Began on May 1

Colorado lawmakers have defied all expectations and challenges of launching legal sports betting amidst a global health crisis and extreme complications to give the Colorado people exactly what they voted for last November – a legal sports betting industry by May 1 2020.
Low State Sports Betting Taxes Could Kill off Illegal Wagers

Low State Sports Betting Taxes Could Kill off Illegal Wagers

If the American Gaming Association’s 2019 $150 billion estimate for the illegal sports betting market across the United States was even close to accurate, clearly then, there’s a lot of room for growth in the legal online sports betting sector
Arizona Legal Sports Betting to become available in 2020

Arizona Legal Sports Betting to become available in 2020?

Sports betting is still not a reality for fans and sports bettors in the state of Arizona. However, the winds of change are blowing through the Grand Canyon State as Arizona’s lawmakers are looking to jump onboard the sports betting legalization wagon that appears to be gathering speed throughout the United States. Following the stalled sports betting bill of early 2019, now in 2020, there are two bills before the state’s lawmakers that could have more potential than the first attempt to bring legal sports betting to Arizona. In a classic political good-cop-bad-cop dam-busting maneuver, one bill is identical to the 2019 bill (bad cop) while the other is a totally fresh bill (good cop) that appears likely to be Arizona’s opportunity to secure legal sports betting in 2020.
Washington Becomes 2020’s 1st New Legal Sports Betting State

Washington Becomes 2020’s 1st New Legal Sports Betting State

In a vote that expands gambling in the Evergreen State beyond any other moves in more than a decade of legislative change, the Washington State Senate recently approved an emergency bill authorizing sports betting in the State’s Native American tribal casinos.
Nevada’s Legislators Approve Legal eSports betting

Nevada’s Legislators Approve Legal eSports Betting

The unofficial US gaming capital – the state of Nevada - in a historic decision has approved sports betting outlets in the state to accept eSports wagers (initially for CS:GO bets), however, other leagues are also expected to be offered for wagering).
Washington State Suddenly Crazy for Sports Betting

Washington State Suddenly Crazy for Sports Betting

As recently as May 2019, it was widely considered that it might be years before Washington State legalized sports betting in both online and land-based forms after the state’s legislators knocked back three separate bills that sought give sports bettors the legal green light.
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