After pushing in vain for years to bring casinos, online gaming and horse racing betting to the state of Georgia, supporters of legalized gambling in the Peach State are turning their attention to the fastest growing form of betting in the nation, sports betting.
12 months on from potentially being one of the first states to legalize land-based and online sports betting in the United States, North Carolina’s legislators are back on course to giving the Tar Heels State’s bettors the opportunity to wager on sports legally. North Carolina hasn’t garnered many headlines in the race to legalize sports betting of late following the derailed first attempt to get legal sports wagering over the line, however, several state leaders hope to change that as soon as possible.
Indiana’s State Gaming regulators, have begun accepting applications from July 1 from the Hoosier State’s casinos, horse-racing ‘racinos’ and off-track betting facilities to conduct legal sports betting. Whilst hoping the rollout will begin in earnest to coincide with the biggest sports betting period of the year (NFL and college football), they’ve made no promises in being able to meet the September 1 launch date goal for both in-person and online sports betting.
Pennsylvania looks set to introduce legal online sports wagering any day now. With that in mind, our panel of sports betting experts here at USALegalBetting have put together everything you need to know on how we arrived where we are with sports wagering in the Keystone Stone, and when we can place
On March 27, West Virginia officially became only the fifth state in the United States to legalize online casino and online poker. Online casino gambling in West Virginia became legal when act H 2934 (commonly known as the West Virginia Lottery Interactive Wagering Act) passed into state law legalizing all online casinos and online casino
While State Legislators in New York’s state capital of Albany snooze on legal sports betting, online sports books and casinos in neighboring New Jersey are reaping the benefits as hordes of New Yorkers travel to the Garden State to place their bets. As each day that passes without the legislature in New York
It seems like a storm in a tea cup given than fewer than an estimated 1% of regular sports bettors routinely place wagers on Spring Training baseball matches. However, there’s more to the issue than meets the eye. Major League Baseball (MLB) recently made an official written request to state gaming regulators across the United