iDEA Growth Member News:
- SBC Americas, 4.12.21 – DraftKings integrates Digital Gaming Corporation online games in New Jersey with more states to follow
- Digital Gaming Corporation’s B2B igaming division (DGC) has entered into a multi-state partnership with DFS and sportsbook operator DraftKings this week. Under the terms of the deal, the firm will launch its suite of online games with DraftKings in a move to strengthen its presence in the US market.
- Sports Handle, 4.12.21 – Arizona Senate Approves Sports Betting, DFS Bill Amid Heated Debate
- One senator calls the legislation a “sham” and accused Ducey and Democrats of being bought off
- SBC Americas, 4.13.21 – Arizona Senate takes a big step closer to legalized sports betting
- Arizona sports fans could be able to place legal sports bets before the close of the year following the passing this week of House Bill 2772. As a consequence, the state will be able to host as many as 20 mobile betting operators alongside in-stadium sportsbooks. Also included in the legislation is daily fantasy sports.
- Sports Handle, 4.12.21 – Maryland General Assembly Sends Sports Betting Framework To Governor
- Goal is to have at least some operators up and running by NFL-season kickoff
- Legal Sports Report, 4.12.21 – MARYLAND SPORTS BETTING BILL PASSES MONTHS AFTER VOTERS BACK WAGERING
- Maryland sports betting legislation is heading to Gov. Larry Hogan. The legislative approval follows voter backing at the ballot box in November. It could lead to legal sports betting in Maryland by fall 2021.
- SBC Americas, 4.13.21 – Indiana sportsbooks resurgent in March thanks to NCAA Tournament
- Indiana‘s sportsbooks reversed their February dip in March, using a completely home-grown NCAA Tournament to push monthly betting volume past the $300m mark, according to PlayIndiana, which provides news and analysis of the state’s gaming industry.
- Toledo Blade, 4.13.21 – Lawmakers debate who should benefit from sports betting
- As Ohio lawmakers consider regulating sports betting nearly three years after the U.S. Supreme Court opened the door, businesses across the state are seeking to ensure that the state’s four casinos and seven racetrack slots parlors won’t be the only players.