For those who follow gambling news, there has been a near-constant rumble about the US Department of Justice (DOJ) since January 2019. But, what’s the deal?
Gaming experts predict if sports betting continues on its current path, it could one day be operating much like a finacial market similar to Wall Street.
Arguments for legal sports betting are based on Americans betting $150 billion every year. Are lawmakers giving sportsbooks what they need to capture it?
Sports betting is going mainstream, and one sportsbook operator is about to ink a deal giving the world a window into what that’s going to look like.
A federal judge in New Hampshire has decided the DOJ can’t dodge a legal challenge to its Wire Act opinion. Will the truth about its origin come out soon?
Can you tell the difference between a legal and illegal sports betting market? If you can’t, don’t worry. It’s more difficult than most people imagine.
A District Court Judge heard from the Department of Justice and the New Hampshire Lottery in the Wire Act case that will shape online gambling in the US.
During the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference last week, five sports betting wizards discussed regulation, data, league partnerships and integrity fees.
The Powerball is at $414 million for the March 9 drawing. But enjoy it now–the DOJ’s change of opinion on the Wire Act could spell trouble for lotteries.