The NBA and MLB are using scare tactics and obfuscation to shape legal U.S. sports betting for their benefit, not the consumer's. The problems with their arguments and positions are numerous.
With the opening of a sportsbook inside Rivers Casino & Resort, New York becomes the 10th U.S. state to begin accepting legal sports bets.
No internet or mobile sports betting would be permitted by new law, and Governor Roy Cooper has 30 days to sign.
New Hampshire legalizes sports betting, but launch is probably at least six months away. Online-only and physical sportsbooks are now legal.
NC is on the cusp of legalizing sports betting at tribal casinos, Iowa and Indiana busy, and Art Briles gets second chance.
As MLB meets with sportsbooks on becoming betting partners with the league, opponents sound alarms on the perils of official league data.
Some states allow sports betting on any college team, other have restrictions. What are the arguments for either?
Online sports betting accounted for 41% of June handle in PA. In other news, New York takes first sports bet, why MI is lagging, and more.Read more