Industry News of the Day for September 22, 2022

Industry News

  •, 9.21.22 – Three States in a Dead Heat for Gross Online Gambling Revenue in August
    • The NFL preseason got underway in August. That means the fall betting season has begun, and what’s good for online sportsbooks tends to be good for online casinos too.
  • Sports Handle, 9.21.22 – ESPN Updating, Expanding, Prioritizing Sports Wagering Content
    • ESPN may still not know its sports wagering end game with regard to whether it will have its own sportsbook or partner with one, but the Disney-owned network and multimedia platform is definitely making the commitment to content as betting continues to expand across the United States.
  • US Bets, 9.21.22 – Twitch Bans Unlicensed Gambling Sites From Its Live-Streaming Platform
    • Twitch, which is owned by Amazon, is banning unlicensed gambling sites from its platform as of Oct. 18. The decision, which came days after a scamming scandal was revealed on the platform, will ban users from live-streaming slots, roulette, or dice games that aren’t licensed in the United States or other jurisdictions. Some of the sites that are banned are crypto-gaming sites like,, and, though the company said other sites may follow. The announcement came via Twitter.

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New Jersey


  • Sports Handle, 9.21.22 – Poll Says Most Ohioans Don’t Plan To Wager On Sports
    • With the universal launch date for sports betting in Ohio set for Jan. 1, 2023, apparently most of the state’s residents aren’t all-in when it comes to wagering on athletic events. At least that’s what a recent poll reveals.


  • Sports Handle, 9.21.22 – Is Vermont Preparing To Consider Legalizing Sports Betting?
    • Famous as the home of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream and pure maple syrup, Vermont has not yet found its sweet spot when it comes to legal sports wagering. But earlier this month, a paper detailing how to create a regulatory framework for such betting began circulating in Montpelier, meaning the state could be headed toward considering the issue.