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  • As sports gambling becomes more mainstream, publishers place their own bets

    Sports publishers and sports betting platforms are wagering that connecting the two sides will lead to a big payoff. The post As sports gambling becomes more mainstream, publishers place their own bets appeared first on Digiday.

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  • Fox is the first US sports network to put its name on a gambling app

    At the same time as sports hub theScore announced it's launching a new betting app, media giant Fox has unveiled its own gambling platform. Fox Bet rolls out first in New Jersey, and will give users access to sports content, news, expert insight, com

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  • What DC Can Learn From W.Va.’s First Year of Sports Gambling

    As West Virginia lawmakers debated greenlighting sports betting in 2018, they pointed to predictions that allowing people to bet on games would bring more than $5 million in tax revenue the first year alone. One state senator wagered the payoff would be even higher, declaring, “It will be closer to $9 or $10 [million], and I'll bet on it.” DC's Sports Betting App Won't Work in Hundreds of Locations But after a year of fits and starts, the state — which offers the closest legal sports betting...

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  • Former Indiana basketball player Joe Hillman linked to alleged sports gambling ring

    Joe Hillman, part of Indiana's 1987 national championship team, was named as part of an alleged gambling ring that took bets on high school games.

    USA TODAY