iDEA Growth Member News:
- Penn Bets, 11.12.19 – Number Of Online Sports Betting Sites In PA Grows, But Odds And Lines Look Awfully Familiar
- Excitement built recently about growth in Pennsylvania’s online sports betting options, with DraftKings entering the market last week and Unibet ready to launch this week.
- Baltimore Post-Examiner, 11.11.19 – Maryland Will Soon Be Surrounded By Legal Online Sports Betting
- As online sportsbooks Fanduel and Draftkings set up shop in West Virginia, Maryland faces the prospect of soon being surrounded by states that have legalized sports betting.
- The Wall Street Journal, 11.11.19 – How 5G Could Drive Mobile Sports Betting
- The advent of faster 5G wireless service could be a boon for the fledgling U.S. mobile sports-betting industry.
- US Bets, 11.12.19 – Take Me Out To The Ballgame – I Want To Place A Bet
- As legal sports betting continues to spread to more states, casinos, and mobile devices, several industry experts who were gathered in Manhattan last week discussed another potential venue for wagering: betting windows at U.S. arenas and stadiums.
- SBC Americas, 11.12.19 – Lesniak: New Jersey Will Be Sports And Online Betting Mecca In Five Years
- New Jersey Senator Raymond Lesniak gave a keynote speech at this week’s Sports Betting USA Conference in New York, outlining his thoughts on the current state of the US sports betting sector and adding a few predictions as to its future direction.
- Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 11.11.19 – Atlanta Pro Teams To Georgia Lawmakers: Allow Sports Bets
- Four of Atlanta’s major professional sports franchises are putting their weight behind an effort to allow betting on games.
- Atlanta Business Chronicle, 11.11.19 – Liberty Media CEO: Legalized Sports Betting Opportunity To ‘Strengthen Baseball’
- Georgia lawmakers will take a serious look at legalizing sports betting when the 2020 legislative session opens up next year.
- SBC Americas, 11.12.19 – Ohio Mulls Question Of Who Will Regulate Sports Betting – Lottery Or Casino?
- Ohio’s future status regarding the potential legalization of sports betting almost seems assured thanks to two bills currently pending within state legislature that would allow for mobile betting and wagering on college sports.
- KSNF, 11.11.19 – Sports Betting Legislation Possibly On The Horizon
- Do you think the Chiefs have an edge over the Chargers? What about the prospects for the Cardinals next spring? Right now, it’s illegal to bet on how they’ll do, but that could be changing.
- Gambling Compliance, 11.12.19 – New York Considers Equalizing Taxes For Tribal, Commercial Casinos (subscription paywall)
- The hotly contested issue of whether tribal casinos should be allowed to continue to pay markedly lower tax rates than their commercial competitors is one of the questions New York regulators will be examining in a broad study of the state’s casino industry.