Sports Gambling News for the Week Ending February 11th

By Bennett Liebman

How The NFL Did An About-Face on Sports Gambling

Opinion | The Legalized Gambling Free-for-All

Opinion | What's New for This Super Bowl?

New York quickly becomes the number one market for legalized sports betting in the U.S.

WynnBet joins the fray in New York's mobile betting market

Super Bowl prop bets: 'will there be an octopus?' and 'Gatorade shower'

Fantasy sports betting sees marginally better odds after Court of Appeals mulligans

Super Bowl betting to set new records as states adopt sports gambling

This will be the biggest Super Bowl ever, says DraftKings CEO|twitter&par=sharebar

Why Super Bowl LVI Will Be Biggest for Gambling Apps Like DraftKings, FanDuel

Editorial: As sports-gambling craze hits New York, state must hedge bets for public health

Sports Betting Power Players: Meet Lloyd Danzig, Managing Partner at Sharp Alpha Advisors

High-stake battle rages over California sports betting push

2022 Super Bowl: More than 31 million Americans expected to bet on game

Online Sports Betting Rollout Delayed Over a Year in Some States

Opinion: Where's The Ceiling For US Sports Betting Revenue

Seminole Tribe says its gaming rights, Florida's revenue payments are at risk again

Analysis: Can Betting Exchanges Fix Limit Issues In US Sports Betting

Sports Broadcasters Asked To Roll With The Changes In Gambling

Real-time monitoring of sports betting to prevent match fixing looks set to be abandoned

Behind the scenes: monitoring of sports betting at Beijing 2022

Is Kambi An Acquisition Target With 'Poison Pill' Issue Resolved?

Fox posts higher revenue on ad sales strength

Oversight of online bookies is limited, says report

Betting giant Sportsbet to pay $3.7 million after bombarding people with 150,000 spam messages

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