Bad Calls, Mad Sports Bettors Contributing to Rule Changes
Some officiating decisions have more of an impact on outcomes of sporting events, and therefore sports bets, than others. Leagues are addressing ways to reverse bad decisions but will it be enough to placate sports bettors?
AI Sports Betting Platform Rex Mundi Eyes Year-End Launch
Rex Mundi founder Vincent Peters talks about the startup, which aims to become a leading force in predictive analysis with applications in sports betting.
Florida Could Rival Nevada for Bettors But Hurdles Persist
Could the Sunshine State become a betting nirvana to rival Nevada? The circumstances are all right there – plus a population of more than 20 million. There are several problems, though.
Charts, Graphs and Those Who Love Them Are Changing NFL
The analytics revolution has hit America’s most popular sport in unexpected ways, and some sharp bettors can learn from which organizations have figured out the numbers game the best.
'Mattress Mack' $3.5M Astros World Series Bet at Risk Today
Businessman Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale was searching for a place to take his $3.5 million wager on the Houston Astros to win the World Series. A Mississippi sportsbook took him up on it.
NFL Finally Embracing Analytics – Like Those Who Bet On It
NFL teams more often rely on advanced statistics to make determinations, and smart NFL bettors know how to use analytics to their advantage as well.
DraftKings Founder Matt Kalish Q&A On MLB Playoff Bet, PA
DraftKings founder Matt Kalish talks with Bookies.com about the busy week the sports betting company has had this week.
Mobile Betting Launches In Indiana With More Choices To Come
Bettors in Indiana can now place mobile sports bets with the launch of two mobile platforms Thursday.
Can NFL Thank Legal Sports Betting For 2019 Ratings Rise?
In a sports media world where every league is fighting for often dwindling TV ratings, the NFL is thriving in 2019. How much is the growing availability of sports betting responsible for that?
How Flutter-TSG $12B Merger Will Change US Sports Betting
The corporate trend of consolidation that has changed how consumers purchase everything from books to toilet paper continued into the American gaming sector on Wednesday with the $12 billion Flutter-TSG deal.
Jimmy Vaccaro: US Election Betting Would Be Wildly Popular
Oddsmaker Jimmy Vaccaro can only speculate on the next occupant of the White House. But he can't accept wagers on the election.