Sports fans in Indiana wagered over $35m during the first month of regulated sports betting in the state.
Chicago-based Rush Street Interactive has been granted approval to launch the first mobile sports betting offering in the US state of Indiana.
The Indiana Gaming Commission adopted emergency rules for sports betting Wednesday, paving the way for five casinos to launch sports betting next week.
London-listed bookmaker William Hill expects to launch its 143rd US sportsbook in September at Eldorado Resorts’ Tropicana Evansville Casino.
The Indiana Gaming Commission has authorised five companies to serve as sports betting vendors in the recently regulated market.
The Indiana Gaming Commission has released an initial list of 19 sports that it has authorised for sports betting.
The Indiana Gaming Commission has issued temporary licenses to 12 land-based gaming operators to enable them to offer in-person and mobile sports betting to players [...]
The Indiana Gaming Commission has released a draft of the state’s new sports betting regulations for public comment, with adoption of the final regulations scheduled [...]