Sports betting legalization has created losers as well as winners. The biggest losers aren’t obvious, but read on to see who missed the boat in year one.
Nearly $8 billion has been bet at legal US sportsbooks since the PASPA repeal. But H2 Gambling Capital’s David Henwood says that’s only the tip of iceberg.
Arguments for legal sports betting are based on Americans betting $150 billion every year. Are lawmakers giving sportsbooks what they need to capture it?
Vegas is always changing–part of the appeal that can be as frustrating as it is exciting, and visitors should expect changes at both Caesars & MGM Resorts.
Fox Sports has been leading the charge of melding the rapidly expanding sports betting world into popular daily sports broadcasting and TV shows.
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.
While legal sports betting has taken off, online casinos aren’t being legalized along with it. Here are key points on why it would benefit both industries.
Numbers from Nevada show it’s still the gold standard for US sports betting. But New Jersey is a hot competitor because of its mobile sports betting.
A new sports betting integrity monitoring group has been launched, and it could be the final nail in the coffin for the leagues’ integrity fee demands.