Indiana House bill sets the tax rate at 6.25 percent, and would allow for betting on college sports and state-wide mobile sports betting.
From support for sports betting in Tennessee and Louisiana to Philadelphia’s first active sportsbook to arrests in the sports betting world, Get a Grip covers the week in sports and sports betting.
The first sports betting filed in Indiana calls for a $100,000 application fee, allows for betting on college sports, but taxes are not addressed.
Updates on Pennsylvania’s Parx Casino sportsbook, Indiana’s legislative situation, and around the horn on happenings this week.
The Indiana Supreme Court on Wednesday issued a decision in favor of DraftKings and FanDuel in a case brought by three former collegiate football players, who argued that the daily fantasy sports operators violated the players’ “right of publicity” under
Indiana on Friday became the latest state to hold a sports betting hearing, when lawmakers heard from various corners of the industry — a technology provider, the NBA, an anti-gambling group and small business owner Patrick Doerflein, who owns an
Indiana, Illinois and the District of Columbia will have hearings on sports betting this week. Both the Indiana and Illinois hearings are informational, ahead of the midterm elections and winter sessions, while the D.C. Council hearing could be the first
Indiana lawmakers were unable to legalize sports betting during the legislative session earlier this year, but that doesn’t mean the state is doing nothing since the session ended. According to a report from The Statehouse File, the Indiana Gaming Commission
- New Jersey’s December Sports Betting Handle Drops $10 Million; $1.25 Billion Handle In 2018 January 14, 2019 It's a slight but understandable dip from November, attributable to weather, less football and some nearby competition.
- Two North Dakota Lawmakers Set to File Sports Betting Bills January 7, 2019 Neither will address mobile sports in their bills, as both believe they have the best chance of getting sports betting legalized with as few "frills"…
- D.C. Lottery Wants to Extend Monopoly to Intralot January 7, 2019 The D.C. Council Tuesday will consider legislation that would make Intralot the city's mobile operator without a bidding process.