Gov. Roy Cooper has previously voiced support for legal mobile sports betting, and he's expected to sign HB 347 into law.
While some might prefer a brisker pace at meetings of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission, time is not of the essence.
A Fake Schefter tweet about Michael Pittman fooled plenty as the Colts betting scandal broke — plus notes on VSiN-New Hampshire and PGA-LIV.
HB 347 would bring up to 12 mobile sports betting operators to North Carolina, while also expanding retail wagering options.
Allegations against a Colts player for placing hundreds of wagers may be the most substantial against an NFL player since the PASPA ruling.
The company also announced a July release of its peer-to-peer site, SplashSports.com, which will handle contest creation and money.
Slowing down since their massive debut, Ohio's sportsbooks appear likely to handle above $7 billion in annual betting like Pennsylvania peers.
FanDuel hit a notable milestone in New York, surpassing a billion dollars in gross mobile sports wagering revenue in just 73 weeks of action.
At least four operators have partnerships in Puerto Rico, but only two are currently offering retail wagering and prepping for digital launch.
An already electric atmosphere in Arizona has gotten added juice with legal sports wagering available on the Super Bowl for the first time.Read more