During last year's Super Bowl you could place legally place bets in eight states. This year for Super Bowl 2020, there are 14 states taking legal bets.
Maryland sports betting remains illegal, but Redskins owner Daniel Snyder’s pitch is another significant embrace for legal gambling by an NFL owner, and underscores the momentum for the multi-billion-dollar industry across the country and in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Nearly twice the number of states will take bets for Super Bowl 2020, including several that border the home states of the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs. You still have options if you live in California and Missouri and want to bet on the 49ers and Chiefs.
DraftKings and SBTech are expected to have an even larger presence in the United States and continue to keep up with rival FanDuel atop the online sports betting sphere.
Michigan sports betting is set to begin next year after lawmakers approved a bill Wednesday
While the nation's eyes turn to Alabama for the Crimson Tide's game with LSU this Saturday, the gambling world will be viewing a pivotal governor's race in Louisiana a week later
Here's what sports bettors need to know after Election Night 2019.
Colorado sports betting was legalized Tuesday by a voter referendum, meaning bettors can place a wager head of the Broncos 2019 opener
An estimated several hundred thousand Iowa DFS players could receive cash prizes for winning lineups after DraftKings received state approval.
New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu says his state should have legal wagering no later than kickoff of the next Super Bowl.
Rhode Island sports betting has seen first hand the problems of in-person registration
FanDuel is set to launch its online sportsbook Tuesday in Indiana, becoming the third mobile offering in Hoosier State
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