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Three states join push for expanded sports betting in US27 January 2017Lawmakers in New York, Michigan and South Carolina have introduced legislation seeking to legalise sports betting in their respective states.
Nevada casinos enjoyed a slight gaming revenue decline in November, while the state’s sportsbooks saw their winnings cut down by more than half.
New Jersey’s quest for legal sports betting has gone down to defeat (again), leaving a longshot Supreme Court appeal as the state’s sole remaining legal option.
On Tuesday, nearly six months after the state squared off in the US Third Circuit Court of Appeals against the federal government, four major pro sports leagues and the NCAA, the Court issued a 10-2 ruling against New Jersey’s 2014 plan to offer legal sports betting at Atlantic City casinos and state racetracks.
Pennsylvania online gambling postponed. Legislation that would allow online gambling in Pennsylvania will not be passed until at least the autumn after it was left out of the state’s spending bill.
The $31 billion ($28 billion) budget was signed by Governor Tom Wolf on Monday, however a fiscal plan to pay for its provisions has not yet been agreed.
DraftKings and FanDuel in merger talks – reports14 June 2016Daily fantasy sports (DFS) operators DraftKings and FanDuel are reportedly in talks over a potential merger.
Citing sources close to the discussions, Bloomberg reported that talks have been going on for some time, with investors from both brands involved.