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Iowa Sports Betting Bill Awaiting Governor’s Signature

The Iowa Legislature believes if the state builds sportsbooks, the bettors will come. The state House voted 67-31 to finalize legislation, sponsored by Rep. Bobby Kaufmann and Sen. Roby Smith, that allows legalized sports betting and wagering on fantasy sports sites such as DraftKings and FanDuel.

Florida, Seminole Tribe Talk Sports Betting

Talks between Senator Wilton Simpson (R-Trilby, FL) and the Seminole Tribe could bring sports betting to Florida possibly bypassing the need of a statewide referendum. Simpson, who is lined up to be the Senate president after the 2020 elections, is negotiating a revenue-sharing compact with the tribe.

NFL Week 1 Lines Available on SBR Odds

Week one odds are available for the 2019-20 NFL season on SBR Odds. Unlike in recent years, the NFL opener does not involve the Super Bowl winner, instead a classic NFC North rivalry meeting between the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears. The Packers opened up as four-point road dogs. | NFL Week One Odds

Compare Bitcoin Accepting Sportsbooks

Bitcoin is currently trading at $5,330 as of press time. Sports bettors can compare a list of online sportsbooks that accept bitcoin using the directory at Sportsbook Review. Not all bitcoin sportsbooks are created equal, so view the features that matter to you. | Compare All Bitcoin Sportsbooks

PA, NJ Sportsbooks Report March Madness Bump

Pennsylvania and New Jersey reported a rise in sports betting during this year’s March Madness. In Pennsylvania, sports betting increased by almost one-third as additional venues opened in time for the college basketball championship. Gamblers bet a record $44.5 million in March, according to statistics released this week by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.