Industry News of the Day for September 12, 2019
- Legal Sports Report, 9.12.19 – What To Expect From The Wire Act Case And What It Could Mean For Sports Betting
- Since we received in June the District Court of New Hampshire’s decision holding that the Wire Act only applies to sports betting, we waited for an appeal that took a bit longer than expected to arrive.
- Gambling Compliance, 9.12.19 – Recent Regulations Show How Official Data Debate Evolving [subscription paywall]
- A new chapter of the battle over official data in sports betting may be evident in regulations and legislation introduced in several U.S. jurisdictions.
- PlayUSA, 9.11.19 – New AGA Study: Interest In NFL Sports Betting Has Never Been Higher
- The popularity surrounding the NFL is no secret, particularly as it relates to legalized sports betting.
- AP News, 9.12.19 – Mobile Sports Betting Gets Slow Start In West Virginia
- Early reports from the West Virginia Lottery Commission show a slow start to mobile sports betting in the state, with the apps earning less than 4% of what three on-site sportsbooks garnered.
- WSN, 9.11.19 – Wisconsin Debates Legalizing Sports Betting
- As states surrounding Wisconsin continue to legalize sports gambling, the Midwest state watches as thousands of citizens flock to states like Iowa to get their wagering fix.
- Com, 9.11.19 – Wisconsin Sports Betting Allies Aim For 2020 But Face Issues
- With 13 states and the District of Columbia making sports betting legal in their states since the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the federal ban on sports gambling last year, Wisconsin residents are wondering if their state might be next to take the legal sports betting plunge.
- Legal Sports Report, 9.11.19 – Will Eight Be Enough? Another Michigan Sports Betting Bill Introduced
- While some states made sure to launch regulated sports betting by the start of the NFL season, Michigan managed to beat the opening kickoff in introducing a bill.
- The Courier Journal, 9.11.19 – The Push For Sports Betting In Kentucky Is (Slowly) Making Progress [subscription paywall]
- Resistance remains, but backers believe they have the votes for sports betting in Kentucky.
- New Hampshire Union Leader, 9.11.19 – Nashua Among Seven Cities To Place Sports Betting On The Ballot
- At least seven municipalities throughout the state will be allowing voters to decide later this year whether sports betting should be permitted in their cities, including Nashua.
- Flathead Beacon, 9.12.19 – Don’t Bet On It, Yet
- Montana became one of the first states to legalize sports gambling earlier this year, but the chance to place a bet in your neighborhood sports bar is still months away.
- EGR Global, 9.11.19 – Delaware Online Gaming Revenue Climbs 30%
- Delaware’s online gaming market reported a 30.4% year-on-year increase in monthly revenue to $290,199 in August, according to figures released by the state lottery.
- Oregon Live, 9.11.19 – Oregon Lottery Delays Rollout Of Sports Betting App
- Sports bettors will have to wait another month before using the state of Oregon as their bookie.
- NJ Gambling Sites, 9.11.19 – Unibet Online Sportsbook Launch Brings New Jersey One App Closer To 20
- European online gambling giant Kindred Group launched an NJ sports betting app under the name of its flagship brand Unibet this week.
Overall Industry News:
- KHTS, 9.11.19 – How Online Gambling Came To Be, And How It Revolutionized The Industry
- The advancements in modern technology paved the way for different industries to embark on a digital footprint.
- Baltimore Post-Examiner, 9.11.19 – The Rise Of Online Casinos
- Why have online casinos risen so fast? Let us consider a number of reasons for this brisk growth.