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Bill would allow for betting on college and pro sports, names new regulator, and could create open, competitive marketplace.
Bettors currently can't make in-game wagers at brick-and-mortar locations, and the number of retail locations is capped at 10.
While Cuomo established the blueprint for placing mobile sports betting in the state budget, a debate on a single-entity system continues.
Venue becomes third in Washington, D.C. with plans for on-site sportsbook. Capital One Arena's William Hill book opened last summer.
Turn to What's On Tap to keep up to speed on the latest sports betting developments and get a look at big sporting events in the week ahead.
Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker issued his seventh renewal of Executive Order 2020-41 on Friday, furthering the suspension of the in-person registration requirement for access to mobile sports wagering until Feb. 6.
New York's Gov. Cuomo comes around on mobile betting but there's a catch; Tennessee regulators approve Churchill Downs and a high-risk lender as a vendor while South Dakota lawmakers drop a bill.
New bill could allow for more licenses, and Virginia Lottery says that while it hasn't issued any permits, its on track for go-live in weeks.Read more