The Indiana Sportsbook Industry has a good reason to celebrate. For the first time, Indiana’s sports betting handle hit the $300 million mark, a good number to end the year with. To be specific, the state has a $313.1 million handle. This is 62% higher than November’s $251.4 million. If we compare it to December Read more about Indiana Sportsbook Industry Sets Record in December[…]
The tide is turning, and it looks like you may see new sportsbooks in New York soon. Many sportsbook pay per head blog writers are well aware of the struggles the New York legislation has when it comes to legalizing and adding sports betting in the state. As most in the industry know, Governor Andrew Read more about You May See More Sportsbooks in New York Soon[…]
Everyone knowns that you can improve your sportsbook with technology. Many states in the US are, in fact, legalizing sports betting- online sports betting included. After all, sports betting is a very lucrative industry to participate in, especially for those who want to run their own sportsbooks. But not all states in the US actually Read more about Will We See Online Sportsbooks in these states in 2021?[…]
When it comes to states breaking records in the gambling industry, Nevada will always be on that list. The Nevada sports betting handle for October is almost $659.9 million. They are one of the top contributors to the US almost having an amazing $3 billion sports betting handle in the month of October alone. This Read more about The Nevada Sports Betting Handle for October Sets New State Record[…]
If you look back years and years ago, the US sports betting industry was limited to Nevada. The effort to place a bet on your sports team would mean you going over to Vegas on a road trip with friends. Fast forward to 2018, and the PASPA repeal opened the doors for anyone who wants Read more about US Sportsbook Industry: Top 5 Highest Handle By State[…]
West Virginia’s sports betting industry is up 155%, comparing July to August’s betting handle. But the last week of August’s numbers set a new record at $13.6 million. Now, West Virginia gets a boost in betting as their handle for the month is at $40.4 million. Much of gambling news shows an upward trend in Read more about West Virginia Gets a Boost in Betting for August[…]
Majority of the states that offer sports betting are seeing negative year-on-year numbers when it comes to both handle and revenue. It is, after all, still somewhat difficult to return to 100% given that the pandemic is far from over. Instead, we are seeing a huge shift in betting channels. With retail casinos and sportsbooks Read more about Rhode Island Sports Betting Handle More Than Doubles in July[…]
The Oklahoma Supreme Court’s latest ruling on the gaming compacts between Governor Kevin Stitt and local tribes is not favorable for the local gambling market. The compacts signed by Gov. Stitt and the Otoe-Missouria as well as the Comache Nation are invalid. Which basically means that sports betting is still not legal in Oklahoma.
Pennsylvania has one of the fastest-growing iGaming industries in the US. Despite the coronavirus pandemic, online gambling has been doing well in the state. And with more sports events resuming, the online sportsbook numbers in Pennsylvania improves in May as well. Let’s take a look at the numbers.
Michigan’s sportsbooks and casinos are getting ready to resume operations after being shut down in the middle of March due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Upper Peninsula of Michigan is home to numerous tribal casinos. Some of these establishments are already open, while some are getting ready to reopen.