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Sports Gambling News for the Week Ending January 14th

By Bennett Liebman

Legal sports betting boomed in 2021, but 2022 might be bigger

The Point: New York sports betting proves a sure thing

NY Sports Betting Firms Spend Aggressively Despite 51% Tax Rate

A Philly company passes on sports betting boom

Bill Would Freeze New York Sports Betting Tax Rate At 51%

New York mobile sports betting hits 17.2m transactions in first weekend

Why New York Sports Betting Is "Mutually Assured Destruction" For Books

New York shatters online sports betting records in first weekend in January

Mike Francesa: I Don't Think People Get Where Gambling Is Headed

Google Ads to allow ads for sport betting in New York

New York Will Be a Huge Sports Betting Market, but Faces Challenges

Queens lawmaker hails inaugural weekend of online sports betting in New York

Are sports betting kiosks next for gaming in New York State?

New York's High Sports Betting Tax Rate Could Hurt DraftKings, FanDuel


Card-room operator wants Wash. sports-gambling monopoly on hold

Michigan State athletics signs deal with Caesars Sportsbook

Knowing The Limits Of Your Advantage: Both Bettors And Bookmakers

Minnesota Sports Betting Talks Continue Ahead of Legislative Session

Sportradar Stock: The Best Play On Sports Betting

Cramer says wait for industry consolidation before buying online sports gambling stocks

Will You Have To Pay? Ontario Sports Betting Taxes FAQs

Canzano: DraftKings lands in Oregon

Sports betting headed for record month after legalization in New York

Time is running out on a Florida online sports betting ballot initiative

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