After months of wrangling with the Kenyan government, SportPesa is set to go back online.
Casinos all over the Hawkeye State will launch retail sportsbooks on Thursday, August 15.
Indiana’s largest casino will start taking sports wagers the day before the 2019 NFL season kicks off.
Vacancy rates are skyrocketing as betting shops continue to disappear from town centres.
Overseas expansion and FOBT limits have put a big dint in William Hill’s profits this year.
Flutter Entertainment says higher taxes and FOBT reforms have hurt the company’s bottom line.
According to the KRA, Kenya’s online bookies are a long way behind on their tax obligations.
Sports betting is now legal in the Tar Heel State after Governor Roy Cooper signed Bill S 154 into law.
The DGOJ has banned wagering on sporting events where most of the participants are minors.
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