There’s a lesson that states considering launching legal sports betting can learn from New Jersey: now is the time for online and mobile sportsbooks.
The top US sportsbook operators have formed the Sports Wagering Integrity Monitoring Association (SWIMA) to prevent fraud and corrupation related to sports.
In another effort to get the league a slice of profits, NFL Executive VP Jocelyn Moore says state sports betting regulation has been a race to the bottom.
Several concerned groups have sent letters to a House Judiciary subcommittee to offer contrasting opinions about the post-PASPA world of sports betting.
A Congressional Hearing on sports betting showed the NFL wants a piece of the pie so badly it’s willing say game integrity is at stake to get it.
What came out of 90 minutes of testimony in Congress on the topic of legal US sports betting? More questions than answers.
A House Subcommittee will listen to testimony from industry stakeholders in the “Post-PASPA: An Examination of Sports Betting in America” hearing.
Ahead of a congressional hearing on sports betting, two members of Congress urge caution in introducing federal legislation to regulate the market.
On Sept. 27, a Congressional subcommittee will hold a Washington, DC meeting entitled “Post-PASPA: An Examination of Sports Betting in America.”
Rep. Frank Pallone has withdrawn his bill to create federal standards for sports betting, saying he no longer supports passage of the GAME Act.