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.
Months and months after tedious planning and voting by Colorado residents and lawmakers, the news is in: Colorado sports betting is now legal. Initially, plans to launch the local market was scheduled for May 1. A lot of people were concerned about the coronavirus pandemic. But the state still continues on without a hitch. If Read more about Bookie News: Colorado Sports Betting is Now Legal[…]
The coronavirus pandemic has no doubt caused the sports betting industry to have record-breaking dismal numbers. This is evident in the data from March. Nevada, the gambling capital of the US, is not spared from this as well. The sports betting handle of Nevada has a 76% drop on year over year numbers following the Read more about Nevada Sportsbooks and Casinos See Rise in Mobile Gambling in March[…]
No, this is not a joke. Yes, Florida did declare WWE as an essential service during the coronavirus pandemic. This means that you will probably be able to offer WWE in your sportsbook. Most of what the whole world considers as essential services are medical-related services. Then, of course, groceries, utilities, and so on. But Read more about You Will Have WWE in Your Sportsbook as Florida Deems it an Essential Service[…]
Indiana is one of the few US states that allows online and mobile sports betting in their states. And February was a good month for the Indiana sports betting market. We see the state has an increase in betting handle to a record-breaking $187.2 million. The best pay per head companies enjoyed the handle from Read more about Online Betting Bolsters Indiana Sports Betting Market[…]
March Madness of the NCCA basketball season is coming up soon. Will sports bettors from Montana be able to wager on their favorite teams by then? The latest update says that as early as March 9, we could see developments in allowing sports betting in Montana. Lottery retailers with licenses could start installing as early Read more about Sports Betting in Montana to Happen Soon: The Details[…]
Iowa’s sports betting industry is gaining more action, much of it is due to online wagering. Last November, both online and retail sportsbooks are seeing a handle of $59.3 million. This is a 27.5% increase from its previous month’s numbers. And as January 2020 ends, the number is now at $270.3 million. This handle covers Read more about Bookie News in Iowa: Online Wagering Boosts Local Gambling Industry[…]
Despite the massive increase of legalized sports betting operations in the US, a lot of states are still not done. A lot of them are in the process of either considering, or coming up with legislation. Industry experts see a few more states following suit in this year. Especially when looking at the betting handle Read more about Bookie Business: Sports Betting in Connecticut[…]