Arizona’s House Commerce Committee will today consider a proposed sports betting bill which has garnered widespread support from gaming operators, sports leagues, Indian Tribes, and the Governor’s Office.
The fantasy sports betting and event wagering bill was introduced last Thursday as an emergency measure and aims to regulate the two activities, [...]
Minnesota Representative Pat Garofalo has introduced a series of bills to license and regulate sport betting.
The bills aim to establish the Minnesota Sports Wagering Commission to license and regulate betting on real sports and esports, with licenses available to one or more bookmakers who would be permitted to contract with [...]
The Office of the State Treasurer of Massachusetts has introduced a bill to establish an online lottery.
The proposal would make lottery games available online to players over the age of 18 who are physically present in Massachusetts, and includes safeguards such as a self-exclusion system to allow players to opt-out [...]
House lawmakers in Kansas have introduced legislation to regulate sports betting, although under a different structure and tax rate than the bill introduced last week in the Senate.
Both bills were introduced by the respective Federal and State Affairs Committees, with the House proposal introduced Tuesday increasing the proposed tax rates [...]
Chile’s Ministry of Finance has unveiled plans to modernize the country’s casino industry by regulating online gambling for the first time.
With COVID-19 lockdowns shutting down land-based casinos for most of the past year, the Ministry of Finance is expected to introduce two new bills to modernize the industry and safeguard [...]
With Canadian football fans heading online to place bets with unlicensed bookmakers ahead of this weekend’s Super Bowl LV, the British Columbia Lottery Corporation is urging lawmakers to end Canada’s ban on single-event sports betting.
Under current laws, only parlay bets on three or more events are legal in Canada, forcing [...]
Governor Charles Baker of Massachusetts has once again filed legislation to regulate retail and online sports betting in the commonwealth.
Baker’s proposal would allow Massachusetts’ existing Category 1 and Category 2 gaming licensees to offer in-person retail sports betting, as well as online sports betting, either on their own or in [...]
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Kansas lawmakers have revived last year’s proposal to legalise and regulate sports betting after that effort was derailed by the start of the covid-19 pandemic.
The bill introduced on 26 January by the Committee on Federal and State Affairs is almost identical to last year’s proposal, except that each lottery manager [...]
North Dakota lawmakers have introduced a number of gambling related bills to regulate online sports betting, gaming and poker, as well as electronic pull tab machines.
The online poker proposal would authorise intrastate live poker over the internet through a constitutional amendment that would be put to North Dakota voters at [...]
New Mexico state representatives Phelps Anderson and Ray Lara have introduced a bill to legalise and regulate sports betting and gaming via the New Mexico Lottery.
The New Mexico Lottery Educational Assistance Act would allocate the proceeds of sports betting and gaming to provide tuition assistance to resident undergraduates at New [...]
Legislation has been introduced in Mississippi to allow the state's licensed gaming establishments to offer online sports betting.
The legislation was introduced Monday by Senator Scott DeLano and referred to the Senate Gaming Committee.
It aims to amend section 97-33-1 of the Mississippi Code of 1972 to legalise online betting on sporting [...]