Legalized sports betting legislation would please gaming operators and regulators in Deadwood, South Dakota. The casinos could widen their offerings while the city would benefit from enhanced tax revenues.
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A bill that would legalize sports betting in Missouri has been pre-filed by State Senator Denny Hoskins to be considered in 2019.
Sports bettors have received an early Christmas present from FanDuel as the sportsbook has decided to pay out future bets on the University of Alabama to win the National Football Championship.
Two casino operators in Pennsylvania have been approved for sports betting licensing and will have to complete test runs set by the regulator before operating fully.
Caesars Entertainment is going to shut down its Tunica Roadhouse Casino in January 2019, affecting the jobs of about 400 employees.
A 911 call from a church in Houston, Texas, revealed no smoke or flames but over 100 gambling machines were found in the facility.
IMG Arena has agreed to a partnership with the PGA Tour, thus becoming the tour’s official data distributor, using ShotLink as a data source.
The total gaming revenue earnings for October came in at $234.3m. Online gaming has set a new record, while the opening up of sports betting has seen gamblers wager a staggering $600m since the federal ban was lifted in July.
Empire Resorts, Inc., has announced a partnership with bet365 to offer sports betting both online and onsite at Resorts World Catskills.
The NT Racing Commission has ordered Betfair Australia to repay a problem gambler $150,000 after failing to detect red-flag signs.