Sports betting is growing in the United States, but not necessarily in the South. Here is a quick update on three southern states and where they stand with sports betting.
Sports betting in Massachusetts continues to grow, but there is still work to be done. Massachusetts continues to be slow to allow growth, but operators continue to push.
Two of the biggest sports betting markets have announced totals from September. As expected, both New Jersey and New York are enjoying the return of football.
Now that football is back in action, sports betting numbers throughout the country are increasing. Here is a focus on Maryland where those sportsbooks have seen more action.
The Florida sports betting saga continues, but there have been some positive developments. The Seminole Tribe appears to have the power to launch at any time.
Missouri sports betting is still stuck in limbo, while the state of Vermont is making progress. Here is a look at where things stand in each state.
Sports betting is now live in the state of Kentucky, just in time for the NFL season. Read to find out how this market compares with other states, and what might lie ahead.
After a great start to legal sports betting, the numbers in Ohio continue to sink. There is optimism for a rebound, but it hasn’t happened yet in the Buckeye State.
Nevada has been overlooked with sports betting, but the results are still impressive. Here is a look at the most recent sports betting report from the state of Nevada.