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Bovada

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SPORTSBOOK INDUSTRY & SPORTS BETTING NEWS

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Shop For Super Bowl LIII Winner Odds

Sports bettors can compare Super Bowl LIII winner odds using SBR Odds. In addition to updating in real-time, bettors can add bets to the new bet tracker to keep a record of their predictions over the course of the football season. Bettors will soon be able to share their plays to social media with the click of a button.

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Share Sportsbook Payout Feedback with SBR Forum Members

Are you on the hunt for an online sportsbook that pays on time with no nosense? A discussion thread at SBR Forum tracks exactly that. Each month, members exchange valuable information on sportsbook payments from both a time and fee standpoint. For an overall look at the industry's leading sportsbooks, visit the SBR Rating Guide.

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Blacklisted Sportsbooks: List of Slow-pay & No-pay Sites

Sportsbooks on the blacklist are known for slow-paying winners and confiscating funds from winning accounts. The sports betting sites shown on the blacklist also include companies that closed after becoming insolvent and defaulting on user balances. SBR encourages players to play only with top rated online sportsbooks.

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DraftKings to Open Sportsbook Friday in Mississippi

Beginning Friday, bettors will be able to place their wagers at DraftKings'  first retail sportsbook location in Mississippi. DraftKings has partnered with Scarlet Pearl Casino in D’Iberville to remodel the resort’s existing PRL Bar into a multi-screen betting and social destination for sports wagering.

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CG Technology Offers $2 Million to Nevada Gaming Commission

CG Technology has offered to pay $2 million to the Nevada Gaming Commission to settle major violations, which also are threatening the company’s gaming license. This offer comes after the commission rejected the negotiated settlement of $250,000 CG Technology made with the Nevada Gaming Control Board.