Caesars Entertainment has become the latest operator to go live in the Pennsylvania sports betting market with the launch of its new Scientific Games-powered offering at the Harrah's Philadelphia Casino and Racetrack.
Nevada’s regulators have ratified William Hill’s launch of seven new sportsbooks and amended sports betting regulations to allow for the possibility of taking wagers from other US states in the future.
Sportnco, the B2B arm of French betting operator France Pari Group, will look to further expand its presence in Europe as well as move into US and Latin American markets after posting a 35% increase in revenue for 2018.
Australia’s PlayUp has decided to cancel a planned deal to acquire US gaming platform 123gaming, and scrapped a deal for a reverse takeover that would have seen it listed in the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has revealed that fantasy contest providers generated turnover of more than $15m (£11.6m/€13.2m) in the state last year after figures for December showed an 11.7% month-on-month drop in revenue.
Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker and Senator Michael Rush have both introduced new bills to legalise sports betting in the state, taking the total number of bills filed for the 2019 legislative session to five
Mississippi’s regulated sports betting market enjoyed its strongest month since launching in August, with revenue for December rising to $6.2m, with American football by far the most popular sport in terms of wagering.