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We want that money! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=13A2oVZXxiU&t=4s The battle for control over sports gambling in terms of who is in charge may end up playing out in the...
Odds are good something will happen. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tcEaPrvE9Lc&t=1s State lawmakers around the country are back to work and for a number of them, sports gambling is a...
The 2018 season was very good to NFL owners. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnKDzxD-mz8 In many ways, the National Football League is the comeback player of the year. Television ratings...
In about one month’s time, a number of state legislatures across the United States will address the issue of legalizing sports gambling. But in one state, Arkansas, the issue has been settled.
Pennsylvania casinos are finally opening their doors to legalized sports gambling. It appears that five of the 13 Pennsylvania casino operators are willing to pay a higher premium than other states to get gamblers.
The National Basketball Association’s regular season is near and it appears the 30 owners are reasonably happy with the economics of the league and even if they are not, there is little they can do because the collective bargaining agreement with the players has at least another five years before they or the players can pull the plug on the pact.
The National Football League regular season is near and there is more gambling available to consumers during the 2018 season
College football remains enormously popular and that might grow as more states get into the legalized gambling game. Nevada, Delaware and New Jersey are up and going, West Virginia will start soon followed by Mississippi and Pennsylvania.
The July numbers are in from sports betting in New Jersey. Three casinos and two racetracks took more than $40 million in bets. Overall, $57 million has been wagered in the Garden State from June 14, when sports betting started in New Jersey, through July 31.
The city of Miami wants Formula 1 auto racing beginning in 2019. The executives who run Formula 1 racing want Miami and promise that the race will bring in $700 million for Miami in economic impact.