The next week-plus marks an important stretch for the fate of the “integrity fee,” also known as a “betting right and integrity fee,” also known as all of these things we suggested previously. But this really is an important time.
This is one so rich with irony I’m having a difficult time staying seated. Proving that they are beyond shame when it comes to sports betting, the NBA and MLB engaged New Jersey officials in recent months to discuss how
At an informational hearing on Illinois sports betting on Tuesday, lawmakers absorbed a Sports Betting 101 session, during which NBA official Dan Spillane identified a new player on the sideline of the sports leagues: the PGA Tour. “Although not a part of
Listening to the Kansas sports betting hearing on March 13, it sounded like lawmakers had serious concerns about testimony supporting points in the MLB- and NBA-created “Model Legislation” for legal sports wagering legislation. But the introduction of a new bill
Correction: In an earlier version of this article, we incorrectly attributed NBA Commissioner Adam Silver’s comments in a Forbes article as having occurred this past week. In fact, Silver made the comments referenced therein during the All-Star Break in mid-February.
Two weeks ago, Connecticut’s Public Safety and Security Committee brought together a varied group of stakeholders to discuss the possibility of Connecticut sports betting in a fairly long and at times lively session. Connecticut officials heard the discussion and now
Kansas lawmakers learned on Tuesday that passing a law to allow sports betting in the state may not be as simple as it sounds. And that even if they do pass Kansas sports betting legislation, the state likely won’t experience
Six weeks after the New York State Senate held a hearing on the potential of New York sports betting, Chairman of the Committee on Racing, Gaming and Wagering, John Bonacic (R-42nd District), introduced Senate Bill S7900, which would legalize sports
During a press conference on Saturday at the All-Star Weekend, NBA commissioner Adam Silver inadvertently revealed that the league’s expansive lobbying effort for a cut of all wagers on legal sports betting is a bogus hodgepodge of nonsense. “This notion that as
Major League Baseball and the National Basketball Association’s lobbying effort on legal sports betting is expanding northeast to Rhode Island. In recent weeks we’ve seen the two leagues making the case at hearings and in literature behind the scenes for
- 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.