ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey's top gambling regulator is threatening to fine sports books operating in his state that ask customers to cancel requests to cash out money from their accounts, saying the practice is ongoing and “unacceptable.”
FREEHOLD, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey horse racing track is making its move to catch up with the pack in the state's hot sports betting market.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey took nearly $1 billion worth of sports bets in December, an encouraging finish to a year in which coronavirus closures and restrictions sent overall gambling revenue down nearly 17%.
A resolution is at hand in a lawsuit over millions of dollars stemming from New Jersey's years-long battle to overturn a federal ban on sports betting.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — On a day when New York's governor did an about-face and embraced mobile sports betting as a way to deal with financial losses stemming from the coronavirus pandemic, a company that tracks gambling legislation and performance predicted that revenue from legal sports betting could reach $3.1 billion in 2021 and as much as $10 billion within five years.
Connecticut lawmakers are returning to the state Capitol building — at least physically for opening day — to kick off a new legislative session that's expected to focus on the continuing coronavirus pandemic and the state's budget challenges.
Montana Lottery won’t appeal an October court ruling opening up sports betting to businesses that don't have an alcoholic beverage license.
When Wyoming first seriously began looking at regulating gaming in 2019, the Northern Arapaho Tribe did everything they could to kill it.
In this episode, we focus on the initial launch of sports betting in Montana, take a look at how our sports betting law shapes up nationally and discus some opening day user critiques of Sports Bet Montana.
Beating the books is difficult. Collecting your winnings should be easy.
If the Frontier Conference plays football in the fall, it could be one of the conference's biggest seasons ever.
A Billings-based investment group has followed through with its promise to sue the Montana Lottery over new rules stating sports bets can be placed only in bars, taverns and restaurants with specific alcohol licenses.
Up to 1,400 locations around the state could be eligible to offer sports wagering under a new rule proposed by the Montana Lottery. The Montana Legislature legalized gambling on sporting events earlier this year and hopes, if the rules process goes smoothly, to have the first bets placed before the end of the year.
Gambling exists in every state, even Hawaii and Utah, where gambling is prohibited by law. But not all gamblers are the same. “Recreational” or “social” gamblers, for instance, buy the occasional lottery ticket, take the rare casino trip or bet small stakes in fantasy sports. But they also are mentally able to quit at any point and prevent catastrophic financial loss.
Montana officials say the state won't offer sports betting until the end of the year, and possibly longer.
HELENA — Montana lawmakers have failed to override a Gov. Steve Bullock veto of a bill that would have allowed private companies to run sports betting operations after the governor favored a separate measure using the state lottery.
Many bills during the 2019 legislative session grabbed headlines. Here are a few that passed quietly, but will be of interest to Montanans.
The number of states allowing sports betting is poised to expand.
HELENA — The Montana House has endorsed a bill that would legalize sports betting in the state.
Montana would join a growing list of states with legalized sports betting if a bill proposed in the state Legislature passes.