Industry News of the Day for September 18, 2019


  • WILX, 9.17.19 – Sports Betting Bill Passed In Michigan
    • Sports betting might become legal in the state of Michigan. A sports betting bill was passed Tuesday out of a state house committee.
  • WWJ News Radio, 9.17.19 – Sports Betting Legislation Takes Step Forward In Michigan
    • Legislation for legalized sports betting in Michigan took a step forward on Tuesday as the state House Regulatory Reform Committee approved a package of three bills that now advance to the House Ways and Means Committee.


Washington, D.C.:

  • WTOP, 9.17.19 – Complaint Poses Fresh Challenge To DC Sports Betting
    • Sports betting in D.C. is facing a new legal roadblock. A D.C. resident involved in sports betting technology filed a complaint Tuesday, challenging the city’s $215 million no-bid sports betting contract with Intralot, a Greek company that already operates the D.C. lottery.


  • My Columbia Basin, 9.17.19 – Sports Betting App Is Weeks Away
    • The Oregon Lottery is poised to launch a new professional sports betting mobile app. The app, Scoreboard, requires users to be in Oregon, be over the age of 21 and sets limits on how often you can increase your gambling limit.

New York:


  • Quad Community Press, 9.17.19 – Time To Legalize Sports Betting
    • More than 13 states have already legalized sports betting, and 20 more are considering it. You should be able to place that bet right here in Minnesota.


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