The New England sports betting landscape is changing fast. Almost all of the area could have legal sports betting by the time the 2019 NFL season begins.
Rhode Island will become the first New England state to have sports betting when Twin River Casino starts taking bets on Nov. 26.
The National Basketball Association has named MGM Resorts International as its official gaming partner. But despite the fact MGM will open up a $950 million casino resort in Springfield before the end of August, gamblers still won’t be able to …
Gov. Charlie Baker told the Boston Herald there’s already too much on state legislators plates to think sports betting until next year.
Does last week’s Supreme Court of the United States decision to repeal a federal ban on sports gambling mean legal sports betting is coming to Massachusetts? The short answer is not yet.
After Governor Gina Raimondo counted $23.5 million from sports betting in her budget, the RI Senate introduced legislation to legalize sports betting.
An RI state Senator discussed the possibility of online gambling during an interview with local news. But he raises more questions than he answers.
The oral arguments in the New Jersey sports betting case are already having an effect. Massachusetts is the latest state to look into sports betting.