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Assessing the Louisiana Market

Sports betting is growing significantly throughout the US, and one of the most recent states to open its doors to legal wagering is Louisiana. But unlike some states where legal sports betting is statewide, in Louisiana it is on a Parish level which presents additional challenges for operators, suppliers, affiliates, and players. As an affiliate,…

Is Wrigley Field ready for its own sportsbook?

When news broke that the Chicago Cubs are considering the addition of a sportsbook onto their iconic Wrigley Field, it brought back a lot of memories for people who have been following the story of sports betting in America. For starters, it brought back memories of the days when sports leagues swore up and down…

Connecticut Kills Sports Betting Bill While West Virginia Remains Confused

Lawmakers across the United States are scrambling to get their ducks in a row so that they can offer regulated sports betting to their constituents, should the US Supreme Court overturn the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992 (PAPSA). But lawmakers in Connecticut and West Virginia are finding the devil is in the…

Expanded US Sports Betting Market Could Be Worth $12 Billion

Expanding regulated sports betting into states where gambling is already legal could pump an additional $12 billion into the US economy. That's the estimate given in a recent report from a group called GamblingCompliance Research Services. That $12 billion figure is roughly four times the entire UK sports betting market, which is currently sitting at…

Nevada Gaming Revenues Take October Dip

Nevada gaming revenues took a 2.9% dip in the month of October in, yet another, indication of the volatility of the worldwide casino gambling market. But, as is so often the case, there was a sprinkling of good news mixed in with the dismal monthly results. According to numbers just released by the Nevada Gaming…