Industry News of the Day for October 14, 2022

iDEA Growth Member News

  • Charlie Passut for US Gaming Review: New Report Could Help Win Support for Online Casinos in Indiana
    • In an exclusive, iDEA Growth State Advocacy Director John Pappas told US Gaming Review that the 103-page report written by Spectrum Gaming Group at the behest of the Indiana Gaming Commission (IGC) is a sign that the Hoosier State wants to be the seventh US state to offer online casino and, possibly, poker.
  • Jerome Garcia for Gambling News: FIFA and the FBI Join Forces to Ensure Soccer Integrity
    • The international body tasked with governing soccer and developing the game around the world, FIFA, announced that its Integrity Task Force held its first meeting in Zurich. The recent meeting comes ahead of the kick-off of the FIFA World Cup 2022, set for November 20 in Qatar.
    • iDEA Growth member Sportradar is mentioned in the article.

Industry News




  • Derek Helling for Massachusetts Gaming Commission Reviews Potential Sports Betting Rules
    • The Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) met again on Thursday, devoting a lot of time to reviewing potential regulations for sports betting. While there is still no firm timeline for when either in-person or online betting in the state might begin, the MGC is moving toward that goal. Thursday’s meeting consisted of a lot of necessary discussions over how to start the process of approving license applications.


  • Rob Fletcher for iGB North America: Detroit Casino Revenue Declines In September
    • Revenue from the three commercial casinos in Detroit, Michigan, declined month-on-month and year-on-year in September. Total revenue for the month amounted to $103.4m, which was 2.5% lower than $106.1m in August this year and also 6.3% down from $110.4m in September of 2021.


  • Jack McGee for The Case For Compromise: Missouri Sports Betting In 2023
    • Sports betting arguably holds the most widespread bipartisan support it’s ever had in the state of Missouri. And yes, early indicators suggest 2023 will be the year of legalization. But those optimistic for a speedy passage should be cautious.