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Sports Betting Legalization in the US may Speed Up Because of the Pandemic

May 14, 2020

It has been over two years since the Supreme Court of the United States has stricken down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act or PASPA of 1992. This finally made sports betting federally legal. This happening allows the states in the US to decide for themselves whether they would legalize and regulate sports betting […]

College Bowl Games Early Lopsided Action Report

December 17, 2019

The Bowl season is right around the corner. In three days we will see the official start. This year has about a dozen games which are of little interested to the general public. The ever expanding bowl system and the addition of new D1 teams every year makes this a certainty. For the purposes of […]

Sportsbooks Need NFL Home Dogs This Weekend

September 13, 2019

Its late Friday afternoon and the public has been betting their picks all week at both local and offshore sportsbooks. As of right now, they have been loving the road favorites. Last week NFL road favorites went 3-2-1 on the closing line. Perhaps this is what has given the public the confidence to basically go […]

BetOnline to Close New Jersey Accounts

August 26, 2019

Popular offshore online sportsbook has apparently contacted residents of that state who have an account with them, notifying them they are no longer allowed to wager there and that they have until September 30th to remove their funds. This is a result of the State of New Jersey spending a large amount of money and […]

William Hill Exiting Switzerland and Latvian Markets

June 24, 2019

William Hill sportsbook let it be known through another sportsbook reviews themed website that they plan to pull the plug on their operations in two countries as of June 30, 2019.The reason they cited was expanding and complicated legal hurdles. Latvia passed a law back in April limiting or denying its citizens from using internationally […]

Will the United States Become the Biggest Gambling Market in the World?

May 22, 2019

Many countries around the world have enjoyed the freedom to bet on casino and sports games for many decades. And with the advent of the internet, people in those countries have had even easier access to place their bets. In the United States, betting, and specifically sports betting, has been taboo. The government in that […]

AAF Now Defunct and Sportsbooks Pay Out Futures

April 4, 2019

It was announced earlier this week that the AAF football league was shut down by majority investor Tom Dundon. Once seen as the saviour of the league when he injected $70 million into its operation, Dundon is now seen as the villain who is leaving players, managers and vendors high and dry. There are stories […]

WestGate’s SuperBook to Go National

August 20, 2018

In the period of time immediately after the repeal of PAPSA, states who were interested in bringing in sports betting sought out professional sports betting companies that already had experience. They did this so that they may partner with them and bring in an efficient sports betting product, and in a timely manner. Racetracks in […]

More U.S. States Allow Sports Betting

June 21, 2018

The states are moving fast to allow sports betting. Rhode Island is the latest state to announce that they will pursue fully legalized sports betting. We have gathered some popular tweets on the subject matter below. Rhode Island Gov. Gina M. Raimondo announces she will sign state budget at 12 p.m., Friday. Bill will allow […]

NFL Goodell Makes Statement on Legalized Sports Betting

May 21, 2018

Now that the federal government has decided that states can be allowed to legalize and regulate sports betting, the leagues have to try to capitalize as well. One way they have approached this task is asking for a 1% “integrity fee” from potential sportsbooks. Their lack of understanding of the tight margins involved in the […]