• DraftKings

    DraftKings has been awarded the official license to operate mobile and retail sports betting operations in the state of New Hampshire. The contract provides DraftKings with the license for an initial six years, with an option to renew for up to four additional years. New Hampshire's lottery operator, IntraLot, will also provide limited sports betting options via an existing network of electronic lottery terminals.

  • The White House

    The road to legal sports betting in our nation's capitol has been littered with delays and controversies. Despite it all, we stand on the brink of seeing legal sports betting take place in Washington, DC. The Office of Lottery and Gaming will begin taking applications for sports betting licenses on Tuesday, December 3, followed by an application review period expected to last 30-45 days.

  • PointsBet Comes to Colorado

    Australian sports betting operator PointsBet has cleared the last regulatory hurdle needed to begin offering it's unique style of betting to residents of the Centennial State. PointsBet is one of 31 companies to have been awarded a sports betting license by the Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission.

  • Tennessee Sports Betting

    Despite a restrictive legal framework that has been under fire from industry pundits, legal sports betting is on the books in Tennessee, with the first bets expected to be placed as early as July 2020. While most sporting events remain suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic, states such as Tennessee are advancing their sports betting initiatives with an eye toward the future.

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