- NJBIZ, 7.23.19 – With Less Sporting, Online Gambling Revenues Decline For June In NJ
- After pulling in over $52 million in revenues from online casinos and online sportsbooks during the month of May, that number slipped to about $45 million, according to figures from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement.
- AP News, 7.23.19 – Wyoming Lawmakers Resurrect Gambling Commission Idea
- Wyoming lawmakers are taking another look at establishing a state gambling commission.
- Union-Bulletin, 7.23.19 – Sports Betting In Washington Needs Slow Rollout
- When the U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling in the Spring of 2018 that opened the doors for each sate to establish its own sports-gambling laws, we urged the Washington state Legislature to take a thoughtful, measured approach. To this point, the lawmakers are still thinking — and thinking.
- Online Poker Report, 7.23.19 – Standoff In Michigan Leaves Online Gambling Discussion At A Standstill
- Slots might end up being a sacrificial lamb in Michigan, slaughtered for the greater good of a controversial online gambling bill.
- Los Angeles Times, 7.23.19 – Could Sports Betting Be Coming To Dodger Stadium?
- The renovated Dodger Stadium will be well equipped once sports betting becomes legal in the state of California.
Overall Industry News:
- Legal Sports Report, 7.24.19 – What UK Closures Could Mean For William Hill In US Sports Betting
- William Hill has emerged as a leading player in the expansion of legal sports betting in the US. But in its home market of the United Kingdom, the company is being buffeted by fierce regulatory headwinds that underscore its need to succeed stateside.
- Sports Handle, 7.24.19 – Q&A With Phenix CMO Jed Corenthal On Streaming, Latency Issues With In-Play Betting
- As in-game betting proliferates across U.S., concerns related to live-streaming delays magnify.
- Sports Handle, 7.24.19 – One Company’s Methods For Safeguarding Sports, Sports Betting: ‘Our Customers Can Track Everything’
- S. Integrity President Matthew Holt believes his company’s business-to-business services are on track to help bookmakers and leagues protect and mine significant riches as a massive legal sports betting industry rapidly expands across the United States.