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Arkansas Sports Betting Goes Live
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Arkansas Sports Betting Goes Live

Arkansas recently legalized sports gambling after a tough legislative fight. This Monday, Arkansas sports betting went live as sportsbooks started accepting their first bets. Wayne Smith, GM of Oaklawn Racing Casino Resort, made the first ceremonial bet in the state. Arkansas sports betting is now available in Southland and Oaklawn. Both facilities started out as […]

WV Bookie Revenue Fluctuates Week after Week
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WV Bookie Revenue Fluctuates Week after Week

West Virginia sports betting industry is not doing well. After four weeks of making money, WV bookie revenue took a huge drop. In fact, only one sportsbook managed to have positive results in the week ending June 15. One thing that’s hindering the growth of sports betting in the Mountain State is the lack of […]

Gamblers to Bet on Fake NBA Games
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Gamblers to Bet on Fake NBA Games

The National Basketball Association is creating a virtual sports betting game. NBA Last 90 will allow fans to bet on fake NBA games. In addition, the new game will use random highlights from previous games and combine them. Gamblers will bet on the results. NBA Last 90 is the product of the partnership between the […]

DOJ New Wire Act Opinion Overturned by Federal Judge
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DOJ New Wire Act Opinion Overturned by Federal Judge

The DOJ new Wire Act opinion was a move to stop online sports betting in the US. However, a federal judge ruled the measure only bans interstate sports betting. It doesn’t stop states from making the activity legal in their territories. US District Judge Paul Barbadoro from New Hampshire made the decision Monday. As a […]

Illinois Lawmakers Planning an Omnibus Gambling Bill
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Illinois Lawmakers Planning an Omnibus Gambling Bill

For a decade, Illinois lawmakers are trying to pass an expansion of casino gambling in the state. With the popularity of sports betting today, they see an opportunity in the horizons. In fact, several lawmakers are planning to come up with an omnibus gambling bill that will make casino expansion part of the bill to […]

First Iowa Sportsbook to Open Soon
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First Iowa Sportsbook to Open Soon

Legal sports betting is on its way to Iowa. Governor Kim Reynolds signed legislation in late April to allow wagering on professional, college, and fantasy sports games in casinos and other licensed retail locations. In fact, Prairie Meadows completed renovations and ready to open the first Iowa sportsbook once lawmakers approve it. The Hawkeye State […]

Bookie Sees Machine Learning as the Key to the Future of Gambling
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Bookie Sees Machine Learning as the Key to the Future of Gambling

The gambling industry is changing at a fast rate. With the shift towards mobile gaming, operators try their best to remain competitive. At present, industry experts are looking at machine learning to make gambling operations better. With the increased use of mobile devices, operators faced new obstacles along the way. In fact, it is now […]

Pay Per Head Update: New Hampshire Sports Betting Bill Progresses
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Pay Per Head Update: New Hampshire Sports Betting Bill Progresses

New Hampshire House Bill 480 introduced by Representative Timothy Lang got through the House of Representatives. In fact, it got overwhelming support from the members when it got a vote of 269 to 82. New Hampshire sports betting bill is now in the hands of the Senate. This week, the New Hampshire sports betting bill […]

Pay Per Head Bookie News: Tiger Wins, Sportsbooks Lose
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Pay Per Head Bookie News: Tiger Wins, Sportsbooks Lose

Tiger Woods won his fifth green jacket Sunday. It was a feel-good story for the golfer and his fans. However, there are some who can’t be happy for Woods’ career comeback. In fact, sportsbooks lose a lot of money on The Masters. William Hill in Las Vegas had to pay out around $1.2 million to […]

Pay Per Head Bookie News: PA Sports Betting Tax Revenue Down
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Pay Per Head Bookie News: PA Sports Betting Tax Revenue Down

According to recent gambling news headlines, four out of six states fell short of their tax revenue estimates from sports wagering. However, there remains a bright spot in the industry. Although PA sports betting tax revenue is down, it can still achieve its overall revenue projections. Among the states with legal sports betting, Rhode Island […]


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