Vermont’s gaming regulators have finally started accepting bids for online sportsbooks, with an aim to launch operations by early January 2024.
Vermont, a landlocked New England state in the north-eastern part of the US, is pushing ahead with its plans to commence sportsbook operations at the earliest possible.
The federally-recognized Seminole Tribe scored a major legal victory earlier this week when a federal court ruled in favour of its controversial Class III gaming compact with the State of Florida.
Arizona, one of the fastest-growing sports wagering markets in the United States, is all set to expand its sports betting market by increasing the number of regulated sportsbooks in the state.
Embarking on a new way to tax sportsbooks, Tennessee lawmakers have passed an amended version of Senate Bill 475 (SB 475) that calls for the state to tax handle instead of revenue.
A new iGaming bill seeking to permit online slot machines and table games has been introduced in Iowa, but state lawmakers have no plans to approve it anytime soon.
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