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Sports Gambling News for the Week Ending April 22

By Bennett Liebman

Betting Licenses Could be 'Game Changer' for Future Health of WNBA

NBA betting: Long-shot DPOY bet pays off for Pennsylvania bettor

Amanda Serrano Becomes First-Ever Professional Boxer to Partner Exclusively With FanDuel

Steve Cohen Wants A NY Casino At Citi Field. How Realistic Is That Possibility?

Betting on 2022 NFL draft: Challenges, odds and predictions for Eagles, other teams

Northern Exposure: Ontario Data, New Operators

Licensed Ontario Operators Irked With Ongoing Black Market Operations

Pete Rose opens up about baseball's changed stance on gambling

DKNG Stock Still Isn't a Buy Despite Strong Sportsbook Numbers

Brainy Bettors Should Listen To The Buzz Before Betting

MaximBet and Charlie Blackmon Team Up for First-Ever Partnership

NHL Remains Mum On Sportradar's Russian Activities

Maryland Online Sports Betting Launch Likely Still Months Away DraftKings Publishes 2021 ESG Report

Held Up In Florida, Hard Rock Looks To Expand Sports Betting In Arizona

Adrian Wojnarowski appears to connect Kyrie Irving drama to gambling

Verbal Sparring Over Sports Betting Continues In California

The Empire State Reports US$335.8M in Online Wager

March gaming numbers cause concern for brick-and-mortar casinos

NFL seeks sports betting czar hire for timely but undefined role

NIGA Tradeshow: Sports betting can benefit small operators despite obstacles

USFL has too much competition with NBA, MLB to wow bettors

Could illegal offshore sportsbooks be the next 'Black Friday' target?

Casinos lag pre-pandemic level

NJ sport bets over $1B again; casinos lag pre-pandemic level

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