Surveys say that NFL betting trumps college football betting and that people with wagers on games are more likely to attend or watch play on TV with family and friends.
Whether Oscar betting is successful enough to become an annual New Jersey staple and whether Nevada sports books would ever attempt taking those bets are open questions.
The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement recently sponsored a panel on whether the criminal element could infiltrate the gamingindustry’s new toy: nationwide sports wagering.
With the Caesars deal in place, it’s getting closer to the time for clarity about gambling at the stadium, which currently wouldn’t be allowed.
Some commissioners believe the company needs to have its license revoked, effectively running the operator of eight Southern Nevada sports books out of business.
By the time the American Gaming Association’s Global Gaming Expo rolls into Las Vegas in October, college and pro football will be well underway.
MGM Resorts International had planned to roll out its GameSense responsible gaming program during the week of G2E, which brought an estimated 27,000 people to the city.
The debate that DraftKings and FanDuel never wanted is taking place.
Nevada’s virtual monopoly on legalized sports wagering could be in danger. But that isn’t necessarily bad for business.