Kentucky Adds More To Its Gambling Expansion Bill

Kentucky Rep. Adam Koenig holds bat

Kentucky has thrown in a bill that could potentially legalize Daily Fantasy Sports, online poker, and sports gambling. Republican state Representative Adam Koenig introduced a bill to the Kentucky state Senate on February 5th, 2019 which would expand the state’s current gambling options from pari-mutuel horse betting and lotteries to include various forms of gambling …

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Arizona Hops On The Sports Betting Bandwagon

Arizona Senator Sonny Borrelli

Arizona is finally through with living in Nevada’s shadow, the state now plans to license sports gambling. Republican Senator Sonny Borrelli introduced Senate Bill 1158 at the Arizona State Capitol which contains provisions to allow sports gambling to be operated by domestic federally-recognized native tribes with tribal gaming compacts. Sports betting would be available in …

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Connecticut To See Sports Gambling In 2019

Connecticut Considering Sports Betting

Connecticut has sprung from its winter hibernation ready to take on sports betting. Connecticut is known for its tribal-run casinos but how will the relationship between tribal gambling entertainment, state licensors and regulators, and online gaming providers be affected by introduced sports gambling bills. We explain, but first, one must understand that Connecticut has long been …

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New York To See Sports Gambling Soon

Yellow Brick Road Casino in New York

Tribes In New York, like the Oneida Indian Nation, are partnering with Caesars Entertainment to offer sports betting. The state has legalized sports gambling offers since 2013 via voter referendum – a whole five years before the Supreme Court’s removal of PASPA. This allowance was a preemptive move by New York in hopes of a …

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Tennessee Considers Sports Gambling Legalization

Tennessee Welcome Sign

Tennessee, a traditionally unfriendly state to gambling, is considering the legalization of sports gambling. Tennessee’s State Attorney General recently gave an opinion which could change the state’s domestic gambling offers to be more favorable to including sports gambling. Both the House and Senate have supported a recently developed sports gambling legislation to recapture gambling dollars …

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D.C. Confirms Legal Sports Betting Bill

District of Columbia (Washington D.C.)

Widespread sports gambling legalization: 9 states and the US Capital down, 41 states to go. The District of Columbia’s Council has passed the Sports Wagering Lottery Emergency Amendment Act of 2018 11-2 Tuesday, December 18th, now the bill is awaiting the mayor’s signature. With the mayor’s final approval on the bill, D.C. would become the …

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NASCAR Announces Surprise Sports Betting Partnership

NASCAR Racing Sportradar Integrity Partnership

Major Sports Leagues aren’t the only ones getting all of their sportsbook ducks in a row. Early December, Sportradar announced a multi-year integrity partnership deal with NASCAR to monitor gambling activity for fraud across all three of NASCAR’s primary auto racing circuits – Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR Xfinity Series, and NASCAR Gander Truck …

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