Will New York’s Sportsbook Advertising Regulations End the Marketing War?

Sportsbook advertising regulations Recent regulations on sportsbook advertisements may have doused the flaming rivalry for control of the market—at least for the moment. New York became the latest state to act in an area that has troubled many nationwide and worldwide, enacting regulations on Monday that prohibit marketing to underage individuals. Many other states, both … Read more

Pro Sports Teams Support Legal Sports Betting in Missouri

Lending their support The six professional sports teams in Missouri have issued support for legalizing sports betting in the state. Representatives from each of the teams provided testimony on Wednesday to state senators regarding sports betting legislation. It was the first time during the current legislative session that sports betting has been up for discussion … Read more

Indiana’s Online Casino Bill Dies Thanks to Outdated Market Study

Bill dies in House Indiana’s online casino bill has died in a House committee after its sponsor, Senator Jon Ford, failed to call it for a hearing. Tuesday’s outcome effectively kills the bill until 2024 With Indiana’s 2023 legislative session ending in April, Tuesday’s outcome effectively kills the bill until 2024. Sports betting legislation writer … Read more

New Mobile Sports Betting Bills Introduced in Minnesota

Congruent bills Minnesota lawmakers have introduced new bills that attempt to legalize mobile sports betting in the state. The linked bills were filed in the House and Senate on Monday. House Bill 2000 (HF 2000) has been referred to the Commerce Finance and Policy committee, while Senate Bill 1949 (SF 1949) has gone to the … Read more

Approval Looks Likely for North Carolina Online Sports Betting Bill

An exciting time Lawmakers in North Carolina are getting ready to file a new bill this week that would legalize online sports betting in the state. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper believes that it is likely that sports betting legislation will get approval this year. A bill fell short by just a single vote last … Read more

Georgia Lawmakers Trying Statute Route to Legalize Online Sports Betting

Lawmakers get innovative After years of seeing bills for legal sports betting die on the Georgia House or Senate floor, lawmakers are trying something little different this time around. Their new tactic involves zero changes to the state’s constitution. On Sunday, the Albany Herald revealed that Georgia lawmakers from both the House and Senate are … Read more

Petersburg Casino Bill Stymied in Virginia Senate Committee

Only made it through one committee The political battle over the fifth and arguably most desirable casino location in Virginia continues, as the Senate Finance and Appropriations Committee shot down a bill that would have let residents of Petersburg decide on whether or not they wanted a casino in their city. The committee voted 10-6 … Read more

Oklahoma Sports Betting Bill Advances With Senatorial Support Boosting Hopes

Optimism in the Oklahoma air Oklahoma has taken a positive step toward a legal sports betting market after the Oklahoma House of Representatives Appropriations and Budget Select Subcommittee passed House Bill 1027. HB 1027 would legalize sports betting both online and at tribal casinos Advanced by the House on Monday, HB 1027 would legalize sports … Read more

New York Congressman Aiming to Ban Online Sports Betting Ads

A controversial bill A congressman from New York is determined to ban sports betting ads across the country. Representative Paul Tonko introduced a new bill on Thursday titled “Betting on Our Future Act” that aims to ban all forms of electronic and online sports betting advertising. He believes that sports betting-related ads can lure people, … Read more

Lawmakers Bench Hawaii Sports Betting Bill for 2023

Committee unconvinced A team of US sportsbook brands and high-profile betting supporters in Hawaii have failed to convince the state’s House Economic Development Committee about the benefits of a legal online wagering market. Hawaii’s online sports betting bill is dead in the water House members of the committee and its chair, Rep. Daniel Holt, effectively … Read more