iDEA Growth in the News:
- Play USA, 4.8.22: PlayUp Lays Groundwork For Online Gaming Platform In Indiana
- PlayUp isn’t playing around when it comes to Indiana. The iGaming provider announced it has a deal in place to gain market access to Indiana online gaming when its products are approved.
- US Gaming Review, 4.8.22: Wire Act Case Enters New Chapter After DOJ, IGT File Briefings
- Whether a district court judge in Rhode Island dismisses IGT’s lawsuit or rules in its favor, the Wire Act could very well continue to frustrate the iGaming industry.
- Press Herald, 4.10.22: Sports betting in New Hampshire may offer clues for Maine
- A bill in the Legislature would allow for sports betting, which has seen dramatic growth in New Hampshire since it was introduced in 2019.
- Play NH, 4.8.22: New Hampshire Lottery Launches State-of-the-Art Mobile App
- The New Hampshire Lottery has launched a new mobile app t0 bring speed and convenience to the state’s lottery players.
- Sports Handle, 4.11.22: Georgia Legislator Hopeful About Future Legal Sports Betting Initiatives
- Legalization efforts failed in 2022, but ‘we’re getting closer every time that we talk about it’
- Play Indiana, 4.11.22: $476 Million March Puts IN Sports Betting Over $1 Billion Mark For 2022
- March Madness betting helped Indiana generate over $476 million worth of sports betting wagers in March.
- Play AZ, 4.8.22: Hard Rock Sportsbook Officially Launches In Arizona
- Navajo Gaming and Hard Rock Digital are celebrating the Arizona launch of the Hard Rock Sportsbook.
- MI Bets, 4.7.22: Michigan Officially Welcomed Into Multi-State Internet Gaming Agreement
- Michigan poker players are now one step closer to being able to ante up alongside their Nevada, New Jersey, and Delaware brethren as the state was officially welcomed Thursday into the Multi-State Internet Gaming Agreement by the Multi-State Internet Gaming Association.
- The Day, 4.9.22: What are the odds for problem gamblers online?
- The Day Editorial Board piece
- Las Vegas Review-Journal, 4.9.22: Nevada’s gaming industry is on a roll. Here’s how to keep it going.
- It’s going to take a well-timed combination of factors to keep gaming revenue rolling after 14 months of record-breaking performance.