Industry News of the Day for October 5, 2020
- Gambling Compliance, 10.5.20 – US States Set For Slew Of Online Gaming Bills In 2021 (subscription paywall)
- With the coronavirus pandemic costing states billions in tax revenue, analysts and industry lobbyists expect lawmakers to introduce a slew of online gaming bills next year.
- Sports Handle, 10.3.20 – Get A Grip: The Week In Sports Betting: Caesars-William Hill, 5Dimes Settles With DOJ Legal Over Illegal Betting, Titans, And More
- Here’s the weekend (or fashionably late) Sports Handle item, “Get a Grip,” recapping the week’s top U.S. sports betting stories, highlighting some fresh news, and rounding up key stories.
- ESPN, 10.5.20 – Notable Bets: Bettors, Sportsbooks Adjust To COVID-19 Postponements
- It’s not unusual for the betting market to catch wind of an injury or suspension before it hits the mainstream media.
- Yahoo! Sports, 10.2.20 – Gov. Hogan: Maryland Is ‘In The Red Zone’ When It Comes To Sports Betting
- Ever since the first casino opened in the state, sports fans have been wondering when that next critical step towards bringing legal sports betting to the state would happen. According to Governor Larry Hogan, you may soon be getting your wish.
- Capital Gazette, 10.3.20 – Ed Reilly: Vote No On State Budget Change, Yes On Sports Betting In Maryland
- There will be two referendum items on the November ballot that you should be aware of prior to voting on them.
- PlayMichigan, 10.2.20 – Changes To ‘Official’ Sports Betting Data Come As Michigan Online Gambling Launch Looms
- The Michigan gambling regulator continues to work on the parameters about the use of official league data to grade in-game sports wagers, an issue that has largely been settled commercially in other states.
- iGB North America, 10.5.20 – GAN And Wynn Agree 10-Year Michigan Platform Deal
- GAN and Wynn Resorts have agreed a 10-year agreement in which the supplier will provide its online betting and igaming platform to the operator for its Michigan operations.
- PlayIllinois, 10.2.20 – Twin River’s Deal Could Bring Sports Betting To Jumer’s Casino & Hotel
- Out of the 10 Illinois casinos, Jumer’s Casino & Hotel is not involved in the Illinois sports betting boom — yet.
- Omaha World-Herald, 10.4.20 – Charles Gillespie: Casino Legalization Makes Sense For Nebraska
- For more than two decades, Nebraska has struggled to form a coherent policy response to the casinos in Council Bluffs, Iowa, which pull in many customers from Nebraska’s largest metro area.