iDEA Growth Member News:
- Legal Sports Report, 1.2.20 – Latest Deal Puts DraftKings Sportsbook Inside World’s Most Famous Arena
- DraftKings already made a brand new start of it last week, so a new NY sports betting partnership fits well.
- Sports Handle, 1.2.20 – Crowds Or Couch? Sports Betting Differs From Teller Line To Kiosk To Phone
- In the nearly 18 months since legal sports betting went live in New Jersey, mobile sports betting has grown to represent over 80 percent the total betting handle that has reached as much as $500 million in a single month. But how have ATM-style kiosks and later smartphones changed the betting experience?
- Gambling Compliance, 1.3.20 – U.S. Policymakers Explore Pathways To Tribal Online Betting
- The state of Michigan and members of the U.S. Congress are offering alternative responses to one of the most pressing legal questions in U.S. sports betting – how tribes will participate in online gambling.
- PlayNJ, 1.2.20 – New Jersey Gambling News: AC Casinos In A Party Mood, NFL Wild Card Weekend Is Here
- A new year always seems to generate a bit of reflection and plenty of resolutions. This is no different for NJ casinos and sportsbooks.
- PlayPennsylvania, 1.2.20 – The PA Gaming Review: Gaming Revenue And Eagles Surging, While Cowherds End In A Slump
- Looking back, 2019 was a remarkable year of firsts for online wagering in Pennsylvania.
- Toledo Blade, 1.2.20 – Sports Betting, Drug Law Reform On Tap For Ohio Statehouse In 2020
- After a year of talks, 2020 could see Ohio join neighbors like Michigan in offering sports betting.
- US Bets, 1.2.20 – Sports Wagering Proposal On The Table In Maryland
- Maryland might be one of the states to watch on the sports betting front in 2020. The state legislature begins its session on Jan. 8 with a single sports wagering proposal, Senate Bill No. 58, already on the table.
- CBS Sports, 1.2.20 – New Hampshire Becomes 14th State To Legalize Sports Betting
- Sports betting continues to be introduced all over the United States. Now fans can participate in sports betting in New Hampshire after Gov. Chris Sununu placed the first wager.
- WMUR, 1.2.20 – Mobile Sports Betting Generates $250K In First Day
- New revenue is making its way into the state’s coffers thanks to the legalization of mobile sports betting.
- Associated Press, 1.2.20 – All Bets Are On? Virginia Weighs Legalizing Casinos
- Casinos could be coming soon to Virginia, but a brawl over just how many, where they would go, and who would run them is on tap first.
- Washington Business Journal, 1.3.20 – What To Watch In 2020: Sports Betting And Its Impacts On Hospitality And Tourism (subscription paywall)
- Hotels are changing hands, museums are trying to make it and sports betting is poised to have a big impact on Greater Washington’s hospitality scene in 2020.
- Washington Business Journal, 1.3.20 – The Bottom Line, Shaw’s Tavern Seek To Add On-Site Sports Betting (subscription paywall)
- Downtown D.C. mainstay The Bottom Line and Shaw’s Tavern on Florida Avenue NW have applied for sports betting licenses, according to D.C.’s Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration.
- Bristol Herald Courier, 1.2.20 – Six Months After Online Sports Betting Became Legal, Tennessee Lottery Still Finalizing Regulations
- Six months after online sports betting became legal in Tennessee, state lottery officials are still finalizing the rules governing how licensees will operate.
- PlayWV, 1.2.20 – WV Sportsbooks Already Missing WVU Football As Handle Continues To Drop
- The overall betting handle continues to drop every week in the Mountain State. Since the WVU Mountaineers and college football regular season ended, WV sportsbooks have continued to see a decline in wagers.
- The Intelligencer, 1.2.20 – Still No Sports Betting At Wheeling Island
- The college football championship game, Super Bowl and Final Four college basketball tournament all will take place within the next four months, and there still is no sports betting available at the Wheeling Island Hotel-Casino-Racetrack heading into 2020.
- PlayIA, 1.2.20 – Year In Review: A Historic 2019 For Iowa Gambling Industry
- There have been some great years for the Iowa gambling industry. With the introduction of legal sports betting, 2019 might be chief among them.
- Boston Globe, 1.2.20 – Gaming Commission’s Executive Director Stepping Down
- Ed Bedrosian is quitting his job as executive director of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission.
- Betting News, 1.2.20 – Mississippi Numbers Show The Risk Of Localization, Mobile Betting
- Many are concerned about some of the numbers reported by Mississippi for sports betting in November, but all can be explained when investigating a little more in-depth