Legal Colorado Sports Gambling Apps To Go Live May 1st

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Although the chances of early success are slim for Colorado’s sports gamblers, it’s a well-known fact that you’ll always miss 100 percent of the bets you don’t place. Four sportsbooks — BetMGM, BetRivers, DraftKings, and FanDuel — will launch Colorado sports betting apps and sites legally in the state on Friday, May 1, 2020. Colorado … Read more

Vegas 2020 NFL Draft Odds Favor Burrow For Bengals’ First Pick

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The virtual 2020 NFL Draft kicks off tonight from remote locations after the league, and commissioner Roger Goodell called an audible amid the coronavirus pandemic, moving to an online-only format for the three-day event initially taking place in the new home of the Raiders franchise and next to the best sportsbooks and casinos in Las … Read more

Trump, Dr. Fauci Pave Way For Potential Mid-Summer Return Of Sports & Betting

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COVID-19 has caused the quarantine of most American citizens and has forced the postponement or cancellation of all major sports leagues in the USA. Recent comments from Dr. Anothony Fauci, President Trump’s Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, suggest that sports could return as soon as mid-summer, but there are some … Read more

Washington State Becomes First To Legalize Sports Gambling In 2020

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The passage of Washington’s sports gambling law couldn’t have come at a worse time, and even worse: Several steps that were taken during the crafting of the legislation are highly questionable. But nevertheless, there is a new member of the legal United States sports gambling club with Washington becoming the 21st state, and the first … Read more

Illinois Launches Legal Sports Gambling Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

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After nearly eight months since the law was initially signed by Governor J.B. Pritzker, Illinois sports gambling finally launched this week. Rivers Casino in Des Plaines accepted the ceremonial first bet from Chicago Blackhawks announcer Eddie Olczyk, who placed a $100 wager on the Chicago White Sox to win the American League pennant at 16/1 … Read more

CBS Sports, William Hill Enter Historic U.S. Sports Gambling Partnership

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One of America’s most well-known sports broadcast networks has officially partnered with one of the world’s premier sportsbook operators. And the two giants are now pushing their chips into the center of the table and going all-in on the future legalization of online sports gambling in the United States. CBS Sports and William Hill announced … Read more

AGA Survey: 26 Million Americans To Gamble $6.8 Billion On Super Bowl 2020

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The Super Bowl is annually the most-watched and most bet on sporting event in the country, and this year, more Americans than ever are expected to gamble money online in the United States on the NFL’s title game. According to the results from an American Gaming Association survey released this week, approximately 26 million Americans—more … Read more

Maine governor vetoes sports gambling bill, override unlikely

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For only the second time since the U.S. Supreme Court decision to repeal the Professional And Amateur Sports Protection Act in May 2018, a sitting governor has rejected their state’s sports betting legislation. Democrat Governor Janet Mills vetoed a bill last week that would’ve made sports betting legal in Maine and included language allowing sportsbooks … Read more

Purdue Wants To Ban Employees, Students From Legally Betting On Boilermakers

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Indiana jumped on the sports betting hype train at the beginning of September, becoming the 13th state to offer sportsbooks as a result. Now,  Purdue University is looking to derail that train. The Purdue University Board of Trustees approved the adoption of a new “sports wagering policy” on Thursday, October 10th, that “bans faculty, staff … Read more