Indiana news

PointsBets US expansion
News 02-03-2020

PointsBet Indiana Launch Imminent

PointsBet will go into its third state when it launches a mobile sportsbook in Indiana before March Madness. It’s a widely expected move as the Australian bookmaker was handed a temporary vendor license by the Indiana Gaming Commission (IGC) in January. Legal sports betting at retail locations in the Hoosier State began in September 2019, […]

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Indiana football team
News 26-02-2020

BetMGM Gets Green Light for Indiana Launch

BetMGM Sports betting app gets go ahead for Indiana Launch This past Monday (24 Feb) BetMGM officially received full approval from the Indiana Gaming Commission to launch their mobile sports betting app in Indiana. Roar Digital, which is the joint venture between MGM Resorts International and GVC, secured the approval and is now ready to […]

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Wynn Casino
Colorado 19-11-2019

Full House Partners Up With Wynn

Nevada-based Full House Resorts is going all in on the Indiana and Colorado sports betting markets, following a deal with high-end hotel and casino operator Wynn Resorts International. The deal allows Wynn to conduct mobile sports wagering in both Indiana and Colorado, where Full House operates its Rising Star and Bronco Billy’s casinos respectively. The […]

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PointsBets US expansion
News 25-10-2019

PointsBet Continue Rapid US Expansion

It’s a case of onwards and upwards for PointsBet following a successful launch in New Jersey earlier this year, with plans to start mobile betting in Indiana and Iowa by Super Bowl LIV. CEO Sam Swanell outlined plans for mobile sportsbook launches at the company’s annual meeting this week, with Iowa slated by the end […]

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Hoosier football team
News 03-10-2019

Indiana Mobile Sports Bettors Can Wager On Local Teams

Mobile sports betting in Indiana begins this week and that means bettors can wager on local football teams without having to trek to a casino. That has been the case since the state rolled out its regulated sports betting industry on September 1st, when several casinos opened the doors to sportsbooks in partnership with existing […]

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Columbus in Ohio
News 02-10-2019

Ohio Legal Sports Betting Getting There Slowly

A bill to legalize sports betting in Ohio is back on the political agenda and could pass by early November, although we’re not holding our breath. Ohio currently has two bills (one in the Senate, the other in the House) in its legislature regarding the issue, but there hasn’t been much movement so far in […]

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Legal betting in the USA
News 12-09-2019

Benefits of using regulated sportsbooks

The passing into law of Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) in 1992, along with the advent of the internet, saw the rise of offshore betting operators and they still maintain a large share of the US betting market – revenue is estimated at between $2.5 billion to $3 billion. However, the repeal of […]

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Smarkets set to launch in the US
News 07-09-2019

Smarkets coming to Indiana and Colorado

Smarkets is coming to Indiana and Colorado in what is a landmark deal for the European sports betting operator. The operator, which has offices in London, Malta and Los Angeles, has signed a multi-million dollar deal with casino developer and operator Full House Resorts to offer sports wagering in the two states. What’s the story […]

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State by state guide to legal betting
News 05-09-2019

State-by-State Guide to legal sports betting

The Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears opened the NFL season at Soldier Field on Thursday and bettors in 13 states were able to legally bet on the game. That’s six more than at the opening kickoff last season, with Indiana and Rhode Island the latecomers and just in the nick of time, although only […]

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The Ameristar Casino, East Chicago
News 30-08-2019

Indiana Sports Betting Launch Dates Confirmed

It’s all systems go in Indiana, with three sportsbooks at casinos set to launch on September 1 – the day sports betting becomes legal in the in the Hoosier State. Two more will open just a couple of days later, according to regulators, with the majority of authorized operators aiming to be up and running […]

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