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Scientific Games Closing Its Lottery and Sports Betting Businesses

Despite sports betting gaining acceptance in multiple nations, SGMS (Scientific Games) divest its lottery and sports betting businesses. Michael Eklund (Scientific Games’ CFO) recently announced that the company had moved forward to shut the businesses. Considering how

Indiana’s Sports Betting Sector Dips Below $250 Million in June

While the global sports betting sector is gradually picking pace, Indiana is taking its time to recover. A report by PlayIndiana shows that the state’s sports betting volume went below the 250 million dollars mark in June.

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Virginia Sports Betting Business crosses $1 billion

According to the state’s lottery report, the sports betting business in Virginia has crossed the $1 billion mark this year. The report covered betting from May this year, which showed that the month alone raked in $23

DraftKings and Fanduel Vs. Seminole Regarding Sports Betting – Ballot 2022

This Monday, the Seminole Tribe dismissed the Hail Mary of sports betting. The initiative was backed by FanDuel and DraftKings from out-of-state corporations. The betting giants are currently bankrolling a petition regarding legalizing sports wagering through a

ACC Evaluates the Possible Implications of Legalizing Sports Gambling

Jim Phillips was a former director of athletics at Northwestern. During his tenure there, he had heavily protested against introducing sports betting in college-level sports. But now, as sports betting in college events seem like more of

Ohio’s Sports Betting Moves Up to The House

Following months of discussions and several amendments earlier this month, the state lawmakers approved the sports betting bill that would permit up to 33 retail and 25 online licenses. Bill sponsors believe that the Bill could see

Maryland Sports Betting to Go Live by the End of 2021

Thanks to the support of voters in last year’s referendum and the approval of a new sports betting bill in April, sports betting will soon be available in Maryland.  Maryland has been clearing the legal roadblocks at

Connecticut Governors Brings Online Poker and Sports Bill Into Law

Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont has signed the awaited House Bill 6451, bringing it into law. This decision makes Connecticut the sixth US state legalizing online casinos and online poker. The bill will come to an effect on

Lawmakers in Maine Reject Three Sports Betting Bills

The legislature committee on Veterans and legal affairs turned down three articles that were about expanding gaming through gambling in the state. The decision was made after the committee decided to work on sports wagering stature initiated