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SPORTSBOOK INDUSTRY & SPORTS BETTING NEWS

California's Dreaming: Legal Sports Betting Back on the Table

California has been in a puzzling battle to bring legal sports betting to the state since the 2018 Supreme Court decision to eliminate the blanket ban on wagering across the country. But after years of negotiation and legal wrangling, California's desire to become the latest to welcome legal sports betting is finally showing some signs of life.

US Betting Reaches Milestone As Optimism Builds

The impact of online sports betting is undeniable, despite facing a couple of very rough months because of the global pandemic, the industry in America just hit the $22 billion mark in terms of bets taken in, both at retail facilities and online. 

It’s One Step Closer to Legal Sports Betting in Ohio

The legalization process in Ohio has been a contentious one, dating back to April 2019. But Wednesday's Ohio House Finance Committee signaled that the state is ready and willing to finally formalize their own retail and mobile sports betting platforms. 

Washington DC on the Verge of Legal Sports Betting

The Washington, D.C. Office of Lottery and Gaming has finally determined a jumping-off-point for its legal sports betting platform. Originally slated to be launched in March and eventually shelved due to the coronavirus pandemic, GambetDC is scheduled be ready at the end of May after a long tough battle with the first bets in DC officially taking place in early June.

Vegas Opening for Business June 4

It has been a long, tough haul for the legal sports betting industry in the United States but there are signs that a once skyrocketing business is about to return to glory. The grand-daddy of betting states Nevada, after shuttering their casinos since the middle of March has announced the tentative opening of its iconic casinos starting June 4.

Drop in US Sports Betting Forcing William Hill to Expand Portfolio

There hasn't been a sportsbook in the US that hasn't been adversely affected by COVID-19. William Hill, one of the world's top sportsbooks has had a particularly tough time, largely because of their one-dimensional betting platform in its US markets. As a result, the company is looking to ramp up their offerings and to allow for online casinos in the American outlets.