Despite New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo’s attention not being obviously be turned elsewhere other than the ongoing global pandemic and the health crisis, it seems the topic of the legalization of online sports betting has found its way back into the focus of New York’s State Legislature.
Not just yet and not this time. The State of California and its residents will need to wait before being permitted to place a legal wager in the Golden State on the Dodgers, 49ers, Sharks or Lakers. As reported previously, there was hope earlier this month that the State’s lawmakers would be able to come to an agreement on legalizing sports wagering and setting up California as the U.S. sports wagering market leader ahead of New Jersey.
The NFL’s Denver Broncos have agreed to a an historic multiyear deal with FanDuel making the online sportsbook their official sports betting and daily fantasy football partner. It was also an historic agreement for Colorado and puts the Mile High State firmly on the legal sports betting map.
The Buckeye State’s sports betting fans have plenty to look forward to over the coming few months. Sick of being left behind unlike their contemporaries in neighboring legal sports betting states like West Virginia, Indiana, Michigan and Pennsylvania, the winds of change are now blowing through the State of Ohio.