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Sports Gambling News for the Week Ending July 29

By Bennett Liebman


1,000-plus businesses vying for sports gambling kiosks


Is Ohio ready for sports betting?


Where does Ohio's sports gambling industry stand at midsummer?


Here's what you need to know about Mass. sports betting legislation


Governor Renews Hope For Legal MA Sports Betting But Will It Happen?


How Long Will Sports Betting Sign-Up Bonuses Last?


What D.C. Can Learn From Oregon's Betting Model


Q&A: Sporttrade's Alex Kane Talks New Jersey Launch and Future of Exchanges


Fixed odds hit stride in New Jersey; rest of America is next


CA Tribal Online Sports Betting Initiative Faces Uphill Battle To Qualify


Why are tennis players fixing matches?


TVG focus on sports betting


FanDuel Reportedly Bets Big on TV


Pocono DQ Upends NASCAR Bettors at Sportsbooks


Baseball Enters a "Dangerous World" with Sports Betting


Sports Betting M&a: How the Economic Downturn Is Impacting Dealmaking


Victims of problem gambling beg clubs to drop betting sponsors


"Florida sports betting will probably end up at the Supreme Court


Victims of problem gambling beg clubs to drop betting sponsors


US Bookmaking Suing Elys For Alleged Breach Of Contract


PointsBet Quarterly Report


DraftKings Departure Lingers Over Kambi Earnings


German city to shut all betting shops amid money-laundering allegations


What Makes Us Bet Longshots?


Sportsbooks Finally Warm Up To Crypto



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