Industry News of the Day for February 12, 2020

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New Jersey:

  • NJ Online Gambling, 2.11.20 – Could Peace Be At Hand Between NJ Horsemen And Sports Leagues?
    • A $150 million lawsuit filed by New Jersey’s thoroughbred horsemen against five major sports organizations effectively has become a sequel to the six-year sports betting saga that led to a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision.


New York:





  • Inside Indiana Business, 2.11.20 – Mobile Sports Betting Gains Wagering Share
    • The Indiana Gaming Commission has released sports betting revenue numbers for January, and it shows big gains in online wagering.

South Dakota:


  • Gambling Compliance, 2.12.20 – Governor Sisolak Gives Cold Shoulder To Nevada Gaming Tax Hike (subscription paywall)
    • Education is his top priority, but Democratic Governor Steve Sisolak of Nevada is less than enthusiastic about a proposal by the state’s largest teachers’ union to raise gaming taxes from 6.75 percent to 9.75 percent to pay for education programs.



  • Gambling Compliance, 2.12.20 – California Tribal Sports-Betting Initiative Receives Key Endorsement (subscription paywall)
    • The California Nations Indian Gaming Association (CNIGA) announced its support Tuesday for a sports betting initiative that was launched late last year by a coalition of tribes seeking to legalize wagering at brick-and-mortar tribal casinos and licensed horse racetracks.