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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.

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The sportsbook rating guide includes ratings and data on more than 175 active sports betting sites. Players can filter their selections to make sure that the company they select is one that they are compatible with. To submit feedback on any sportsbook, write to mail@sportsbookreview.com.

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Beat The Prick Week 10: $50K NFL & NCAAF Capping Contest

Week 10 of the $50,000 Beat The Prick NFL and College Football sports handicapping contest is underway. This is the final week where non-pro members have the opportunity to upgrade to SBR Pro to remain in the contest and unlock a year's worth of SBR Store access and eligibility for many more cash contests.

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Arkansas Voters Sign Off on Issue 4, Sports Betting on Horizon?

On Tuesday, legalized sports gambling and daily fantasy sports won approval in select areas in Arkansas and Louisiana, and in Florida the power to expand the industry was stripped from the state Legislature and put in the hands of voters. Florida’s Amendment 3 won support with 70% of the vote.