New York becomes the 10th state to launch legal sports betting. The first bets are at Rivers Casino on July 16, followed by FanDuel at Tioga Downs on Friday.
New York will get some form of sports betting soon, but the question of online sports betting is coming down to the wire at the NY legislative session.
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.
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.
Will Illinois State Rep. Bob Rita’s bad-actor clause in sports betting bill H 3308 be enough to keep FanDuel and DraftKings from entering the Prairie State?
There are many states considering sports betting legalization. Here are five states that seem to have the best chance of launching a sportsbook this year.
New York Assemblyman Gary Pretlow’s bill aims for sports betting at sports stadiums and arenas. Is this the next logical step for sports betting in the US?
Major League Baseball officials announced that MGM Resorts International will be the title sponsor of the 2019 MGM MLB Opening Series in Japan.
MGM has closed its deal to purchase the Empire City Casino in Yonkers, NY for $850 million, which includes the building itself and nearly 100 acres of land.
New York sports betting legalization is a complex topic, but it has new hope: NY Governor Andrew Cuomo made it part of his $170 billion budget package.