Industry News of the Day for July 14, 2022

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Industry News

  • Sports Handle, 7.14.22 – No Minor Threat: States Fail To Mandate Gambling Education For Kids
    • We don’t want them to gamble at all, but we say,`If you’re going to gamble, gamble wisely,’” Amanda Winters, problem gambling administrator for the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, told the news service Stateline in its report this week. “And know when to stop.”
  • Play CA, 7.13.22 – Silicon Valley Inspires The Future Of Online Gambling
    • Online gambling continues to grow at an alarming rate. There’s no question Silicon Valley has influenced that growth. Now, online gambling looks to Silicon Valley for future inspiration.
  • US Bets, 7.13.22 – So You Want To Build An Online Casino?
    • The term “iGaming” covers both online casino gaming and online sports wagering, each of which are spreading legally across the U.S. on a state-by-state basis. The pace of iCasino to market, however, has been and will undoubtedly continue to be slower than sports betting. Only six states currently offer legal online casino.

Sports League News

  • Play CA, 7.13.22 – Sacramento Kings Team Up With Red Hawk Casino
    • Red Hawk Casino is now the official casino partner of the Sacramento Kings. And the NBA team and casino in Placerville are not the only ones benefiting from the deal. Fans could cash in on the Sacramento Kings-Red Hawk Casino partnership.




  • Play USA, 7.13.22 – New Maine Gambling Rules Moving At Snail’s Pace
    • Now that the dust has settled, state regulators in Maine can proceed with crafting rules and regulations to govern sports betting. However, the expansion of gambling in the Pine Tree State might be slow moving.


  • Sports Handle, 7.13.22 – Mobile Sports Wagering Launch In Maryland Inches Closer
    • Maryland’s Sports Wagering Application Review Commission took a step toward launching legal mobile sports betting Wednesday morning, approving proposed mobile sports wagering regulations and applications.


  • Play Michigan, 7.14.22 – Michigan Gaming Revenue Helping Fund Mascot Changes, Other Community Efforts
    • The Native American Heritage Fund board recently announced it was awarding nearly $480,000 in grants for six community projects in the state. A pool of 11 applicants were considered before the winners were revealed at the board’s June 17 meeting. Grant funds will help support schools and programs making positive changes that honor Native American history and culture.

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