iDEA Growth Member News:

Industry News:

New Jersey:

  • PlayNJ, 8.24.20 – Game On Card Offers New Deposit Option For NJ Online Gambling Sites
    • The Game On card is expected to launch in October. Essentially, the card acts like a prepaid gift card that New Jerseyians can use to turn cash into credit for a number of online casino and sportsbook brands operating in the state.
  • iGB North America, 8.25.20 – Twin River Hands NJ Skin To Exchange Betting Start-Up
    • Twin River Worldwide Holdings has granted the second of three online sports betting skins it is set to gain through its acquisition of Bally’s Atlantic City to Sporttrade, an exchange betting start-up.

Connecticut:

  • The Day, 8.24.20 – Let Tribes Provide Online Sports Gambling – Now!
    • It seems like every few months I have to remake the argument for two of the largest employers in Connecticut – the Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods casinos – about why state government should strive to retain and grow them like we do every other business in the state.

Tennessee:

  • TN Bets, 8.24.20 – Tennessee Lottery Posts Updated List Of Approved Sports Betting Vendors
    • The upcoming Tennessee online/mobile sports betting industry has a launch on the horizon, as Tennessee Education Lottery officials made clear last week that the first digital sportsbooks would launch before Nov. 1, hopefully during an ongoing NFL season with Tennessee Titans games.
  • SBC Americas, 8.35.30 – Com Granted Affiliate License To Operate In Tennessee
    • Affiliate site BonusFinder.com has added a sixth state to its growing US business with the announcement this week that it has been granted an affiliate license to operate in Tennessee.

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Oklahoma:

  • Gambling Compliance, 8.25.20 – Oklahoma Tribes Cite Pandemic For More Than $33m Decline In Exclusivity Fees (subscription paywall)
    • The closure of casinos operated in Oklahoma by 35 federally-recognized tribes due to the coronavirus pandemic caused exclusivity fees paid to the state to decline by between $33m and $43m in the most recent fiscal year, the Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association said Monday.