The NFL is the only major league without a US sports betting partner. This is ignoring its duties to fans and leaving money on the table.
New reseach by the American Gaming Association and Seton Hall Univeristy show Americans have a positive outlook on the casino industry and sports betting.
The American Gaming Association released survey findings that verified people would wager more if they had access to legal, regulated sports betting.
The AGA’s State of the States report has great things to say. Sports betting has hit the ground running, with 18 regulated states since the fall of PASPA.
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.
The one-year anniversary of legalized US sports betting outside of Nevada is here. But with it comes a number of new challenges going into year two.
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.
With the NCAA men’s basketball tournament set to begin, DraftKings has launched new sports betting products on its mobile app.
In January, the six states other states with legal sports betting accepted more bets than Nevada for the first time, but the numbers mean more than that.