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Penn National Gaming pays fine over Barstool violations in Indiana

US gambling giant Penn National Gaming (PNG) has paid $10,000 to settle Barstool Sportsbook violations in the state of Indiana. The online sports betting brand was issued a fine over a “questionable” video posted on the social media site TikTok. Barstool’s violation According to a notice from the Indiana Gaming Commission (IGC), posted last week, …

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Grand Central to open Elys-powered sportsbook in DC today

Grand Central has announced it will launch a new Elys Game Technology-powered retail sportsbook at its Grand Central Restaurant & Bar in Washington DC on 4 October. The announcement was made last week Thursday and comes as several other land-based sportsbook facilities have launched in the US capital. Grand Central to launch sportsbook today According …

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Arizona tribe files amended lawsuit to stop sports betting in the state

The lawsuit to stop sports betting in Arizona is back underway after the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe filed an updated amended complaint on Monday. The tribe was required to resubmit its amended complaint that was made in mid-September at the request of the Maricopa County Superior Court.  This comes after the tribe resubmitted its complaint after …

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Churchill Downs to sell Arlington Racecourse site to Chicago Bears for $197m

Churchill Downs Incorporated (CDI) has signed a purchase and sale agreement with the National Football League’s (NFL) Chicago Bears, which will see the team acquire property in Arlington Heights for $197.2m. This comes after CDI announced plans to sell the site back in February. The deal According to an announcement made yesterday, CDI has signed …

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DraftKings and FanDuel confirm land-based Connecticut betting launch for Thursday

Both DraftKings and FanDuel have confirmed that land-based sports betting will go live in the state of Connecticut on Thursday. This announcement comes after the Mashantucket Pequot tribe’s compact was approved by the Department of the Interior and published in Federal Register earlier this week. Connecticut betting to go live Thursday Announced yesterday, DraftKings and …

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MaximBet offers NIL deal to all female college athletes in Colorado

The online sports betting brand MaximBet has announced that it will offer a Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) deal to every female student-athlete at Division I, II, and III colleges and universities in the state of Colorado. This comes after Maximbet secured access into the state of Colorado earlier this month. MaximBet to offer NIL …

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FanDuel secures market access into Washington state with Suquamish Tribe deal

The Flutter Entertainment-owned sports betting brand FanDuel has secured access into Washington’s sports betting market after agreeing a market access deal with the Suquamish Tribe. This comes as the Snoqualmie Tribe opened the state’s first land-based sportsbook, at the Snoqualmie Casino located outside of Seattle, earlier this month. FanDuel’s market access deal Under the deal, …

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