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Charlotte, North Carolina
News 12-08-2021

Sports Betting in North Carolina takes a step forward

North Carolina Online Sports Betting edges closer to reality. Legal online sports betting moved a step closer to becoming a reality following legislation receiving a favorable vote this week in the state Senate Commerce and Insurance Committee. The legislation: SB 688, has already passed the Senate Finance and Judiciary committees. It now advances to a […]

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harrah’s cherokee casinos
News 18-03-2021

First Legal Sports Betting Venue in North Carolina to Open Thursday

First legal sports wagers to begin in North Carolina today. Bettors in North Carolina will be able to place their first legal sports bets in the state from today. This news is perfectly timed, as March Madness is about to get underway. The Book sportsbooks at the Harrah’s Casinos in Cherokee will open their doors […]

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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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Charlotte, NC
News 10-09-2019

North Carolina Governor Approves Sports Betting Bill

Roy Cooper, the governor of North Carolina, has given his approval for a sports betting study bill – helping the state move one step closer to legal online sports wagering at authorized venues. In truth, though, the Democrat had little option to sign the bill as a veto would have been overridden by Republicans, who […]

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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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