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Virginia’s Sports Betting Market Extends its $500 Million Monthly Handle to Four Consecutive Months
Sportsbook operators in Virginia did two things in January to start the new year. Bookmakers ended its skid of the total handle, decreasing while extending the $500 million handle to four months. Virginia’s Sports Betting Market Makes a Comeback …Read More
Could New York’s Sports Betting Market Implement New Rules That Would Limit the Exposure of Gambling Advertisements Across the State?
States like Massachusetts have centered their legislative session on the topic of responsible gambling and could be the leaders of the sports betting industry. Now, New York may seek to implement big changes after a meeting was held by the…Read More
Michigan Sports Betting Revenue Faces a Decline, While its iGaming Revenue Goes Up
Michigan’s sports bettors got off to a strong start in the new year by outperforming the house. In spite of that, the iGaming market saw another increase in regard to its revenue in the month of January. The Public Bettors…Read More
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is Set to Deal With Several Violations While Pointsbet Withdraws its Online Sportsbook Application
With online sports betting waiting for its window to launch in Massachusetts, the retail market in the state is dealing with several issues. On Thursday, Pointsbet withdrew its sports betting license in the Bay State. Conversely, the Massachusetts Gaming Commission…Read More
Will Tennessee Bring Some Major Changes to Its Sports Betting Market in 2023 and Beyond; How Will the Bookmakers Respond if the Amendments Ever Become Finalized?
Tennessee’s sports betting market is one of the states that has a mobile-only market in the industry. However, could changes be coming because the jurisdiction has a strict rule concerning reaching the 10 percent hold rate? What is the Specific…Read More
New York’s Push for iGaming Officially Began on Wednesday, But There is Still Some Uncertainty
New York is officially on the clock as lawmakers will start pushing for the iGaming market to enter the Empire State. FanDuel and DraftKings’ efforts to help reduce the 51 percent tax rate have stalled, but the online casino may…Read More
Indiana’s January 2023’s Handle Depicts a Decline as the Buckeye State Enters the Picture to Start the Year
The Indiana Gaming Commission reported a monthly handle of $427.1 million to start the new year. It was notable year-over-year, but there may be a few external reasons why the decline took place at the height of the NFL playoffs.…Read More
The Online Sports Betting Market is Expected to Go Live on March 10th, Four Days Before the Start of March Madness
Potential sports betting in Massachusetts will be able to participate in online sports betting just before the start of the March Madness Tournament. Karen Wells, the Executive Director of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission, revealed on Thursday that up to 11…Read More
Vermont is Taking its Time With its Sports Betting Push as the Potential Annual Revenue Could Reach $2.6 Million
Vermont has been in the news recently as lawmakers make a push for sports betting. Gov. Phil Scott has been an advocate for the operation as he expects millions in revenue to come from the business venture. Vermont’s Sports Betting…Read More
With January’s Monthly Report Out Soon, Can the State Surpass the $2 Billion Handle Mark to Set Another Industry Record
The New York sports betting market continues to set new records on a weekly and monthly basis. The next benchmark has experts wondering if it’s attainable at the moment as the state is so close to achieving it. Can the…Read More