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- Gambling News.com, 8.29.22 – Twitch Streamers Get Physical at Gamescom over Gambling
- A bizarre scuffle took place at Gamescom where a trio of Twitch streamers clashed over their views on gambling and whether this is appropriate content on the Amazon-owned streaming giant. While Twitch has remained silent on the matter and discreetly introduced a “Slots” category to make sure this type of content is kept separate, gripes about gambling have continued. Jeff Ifrah and Ifrah Law are mentioned in this story.
- Michigan Sharp, 8.26.22 – White Hat Slots Appear at a Second Michigan Online Casino
- Michigan slots fans with an interest in trying new slots from White Hat Studios now have more options. Golden Nugget Online Casino is the second online casino operator in the state to go live with games newcomer slots developer.
- SBC Americas, 8.26.22 – Simplebet launches ‘unprecedented’ college football offering on DraftKings
- Simplebet has expanded its college football offerings on the DraftKings Sportsbook ahead of the first full weekend of the 2022 college football season.
- SBC Americas, 8.26.22 – Butler National Casino reaches mobile sports betting agreement with Golden Nugget
- Butler National Casino’s subsidiary Boot Hill Casino & Resort in Kansas has agreed a deal with Golden Nugget Online Gaming which could see the group’s sportsbook arrive in Kansas.
- The Washington Post, 8.29.22 – Where is sports betting legal in the U.S.?
- When the Supreme Court opened the door to legal sports betting in 2018, it allowed each state to determine its relationship with the divisive pastime. Some embraced it with open arms, taking their first single-game bets that very same year. Others seem to have no interest in allowing a wager to be made within state lines. With football season around the corner, now is the time that interest in sports betting usually spikes. Here’s a breakdown of where in the United States you can and cannot place a legal bet.
- California Casinos, 8.26.22 – ‘Less Than 50%’ Chance Prop 26 or Prop 27 Passes, Independent Research Firm Says
- Legalized sports betting in California could be in jeopardy. That’s according to Eilers & Krejcik Gaming, an independent research and consulting firm that revealed that belief in a report published for its clients this week.
- California Casinos, 8.26.22 – California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Prop 27: ‘It Is Not a Homeless Initiative’
- California Gov. Gavin Newsom has remained neutral in the California sports betting debate. But he shared some of his thoughts on Prop 27 while speaking with reporters in Los Angeles this week.
- Play CA, 8.26.22 – Newsom Scoffs At CA Sports Betting Prop 27’s Claim To Help Homeless
- Despite two sports-wagering measures on November’s ballot, the governor of California has refused to offer his opinions on sports betting. However, California Gov. Gavin Newsom did take time to scoff at Prop 27’s claim to aid homeless.
- California Casinos, 8.26.22 – CA Voter Guide: California Sports Betting Initiatives
- Sports betting is on California’s ballot this November. And it all comes down to two California sports betting measures.
- Sports Handle, 8.26.22 – Maryland Commission Publishes Regs As State Eyes Mobile Launch By Super Bowl
- As expected, the Maryland Sports Wagering Application Review Commission published a set of approved proposed regulations on Friday in the Maryland Register, completing the latest step in bringing mobile sports wagering to the state by early next year.
- TN Bets, 8.29.22 – Could Legal Tennessee Online Slots Bring In $150M Annually In Taxes?
- If recent projections are accurate, Tennessee could instantly form a $750 million per year in-state industry by legalizing online gaming services.