Washington, D.C. 18+ Sports Betting App To Debut In June

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Washington, D.C. gamblers aged 18 and over now have another tool in their arsenal, as GambetDC, the region’s online lottery platform, has unveiled a new sports betting app. The best part is this downloadable app from GambetDC is available for 18 and over Washington, D.C., bettors to place wagers on their favorite athletic contests. The …

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18+ Online Casinos, Poker Are The Safest Bet During Coronavirus Pandemic

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The safest bet to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the coronavirus pandemic, is for all adults age 18 and up to #QuantineAndChill for the foreseeable future. Unfortunately, that’s easier said than done for the boomers and elderly, who are more used to visiting a Las Vegas casino or sportsbook rather than gambling on the Internet. …

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Offshore remains primary destination for bettors under 21 years of age

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America is experiencing a sports betting renaissance, and the effect of the now-mainstream activity has been felt nationwide. With last week’s industry launch in New Hampshire on Monday, December 31, there are now 14 states with legal sports wagering up and running (minimum gambling ages in parentheses): Arkansas (21) Delaware (21) Indiana (21) Iowa (21) …

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Applications processing as Washington DC inches closer to sports betting

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Depending on who you ask, some might say nothing ever gets done in Washington DC. Regardless of that stance, one thing has started: the DC sports betting license processing. Just as planned, the District of Columbia started reviewing applications on December 3 with the hopes that bets can be placed in time for Super Bowl …

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Rhode Island mobile betting underperforming in first few months

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Hopes were high when Rhode Island launched its mobile casino application back in September. However, the state’s mobile sports betting revenue has been well under the earlier projections and it could be due to a single hitch in the state’s registration process. Although Rhode Island is one of the few states in the country with …

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Iowa Legitimizes Sports Gambling Via Law

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Iowa’s Governor has provided the state’s residents with expanded gambling via a recently signed sports gambling bill. Governor Kim Reynolds has signed Iowa’s Senate File 617, a sports gambling and daily fantasy sports bill into law. With the passage of this legislation, Iowa is now the 3rd US state in 2019 to legalize domestic betting …

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Tennessee Sports Betting Law To Come July

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July 1st will see an explosion of change to the Volunteer state in the form of legal state-licensed online wagering. The Governor of Tennessee has decided after looking over the sports gambling bill presented to him that he would allow the bill to become law, without his signature. Governor Bill Lee of Tennessee is opposed …

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Montana To Offer Modern Sports Betting Options

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The Big Sky Country has recently turned a domestic sports betting bill into law after Governor Steve Bullock signed one of two wagering bills on his desk. Several US states have tried to pass domestic sports gambling expansion bills in 2019 including Tennessee, Indiana, and Iowa. However, Montana successfully turned their pending bill into law …

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Rhode Island To See Online & Mobile Betting

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Rhode Island will see a wider variety of betting opportunities at locations other than the Twin Rivers Casinos in Lincoln and Tiverton. The Rhode Island House of Representatives passed SB 37, a bill which will allow statewide mobile and online betting. This bill comes months after Rhode Island launched their physical sportsbooks in late 2018. …

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Fine Tuning New York’s Sports Betting Bill

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The desire for sports gambling in New York is no secret and one bill sponsor has aspirations to provide betting kiosks within NY’s iconic venues like Madison Square Garden. A Democratic Assemblyman, Gary Pretlow, is hoping to introduce finalized legislation to the New York assembly which will include provisions to allow in-stadium sports wagering at …

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