Industry News of the Day for November 18, 2019

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New Jersey:

  • Forbes, 11.15.19 – Betting-Friendly New Jersey Leads The Way For Sports Wagering
    • The topic of sports betting is a reality across the nation, at least when it comes to the debate. The Supreme Court struck down the ban on sports gambling in May of 2018, and the topic has turned into a reality in 19 states.





  • Gambling Compliance, 11.18.19 – Gaming Companies, Regulators Gear Up For Colorado Sports Betting (subscription paywall)
    • Colorado casino operators and state gaming regulators are preparing for the swift implementation of a new sports-betting law, with more “skin” partnerships between casinos and online operators in prospect.


New York:

  • Queens Daily Eagle, 11.18.19 – Addabbo Pushes State To OK Mobile Sports Betting
    • In October alone, New Jersey took in $46.4 million in sports wagers, up from $37.9 million in September. Just across the river, however, New York took in just $2.2 million through sports wagering in the same time period, down from the $2.3 million earned in September.



  • Arkansas Democrat Gazette, 11.16.19 – Cherokees File Revised Application For Casino License
    • Cherokee Nation Businesses on Friday submitted an amended application to the state Racing Commission for a license to build and operate a casino at one of two sites in Pope County. If approved, it would be the fourth and final casino in Arkansas allowed under a constitutional amendment that voters approved in November 2018.

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