The Week in Sports Betting News: Will Mobile FL Hold Bet?

happy Monday, everyone. Last week’s sports betting news focused on two states legalizing mobile sports betting, though only one definitely did.

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Top Sports Betting News: Florida Legalizes Mobile Betting

The good news for anyone looking to bet on sports in Florida is almost legal in the eyes of the state. The bad news is that lawmakers don’t make the final decision.

FL Sports Betting passed the legislature as part of a larger pact with the Seminole Indians last week. It is waiting for a signature from Governor Ron DeSantisThis is a formality considering that he helped negotiate the pact.

However, the contract has yet to be approved by the federal government, and mobile betting is not guaranteed to pass the pattern. Even if this is the case, nearly everyone involved in the compact process expects a legal challenge for the mobile betting portion.

When mobile betting gets federal approval and quickly fends off legal battles, it can be started from October 15th. There might be more brands ready than both to hit the market DraftKings Sports Betting and FanDuel Sports Betting are reportedly ready to do business with the Seminole.

In-house CT sports betting approved

Connecticut, In another state that relies on legal sports betting under a tribal treaty, the expanded gaming bill was swiftly passed last week.

Interestingly, mobile betting is spelled out the same way in Connecticut and Florida in the treaties. So far, Connecticut has not faced any lawsuit against the question of whether mobile betting will take place on tribal land when servers are placed in tribal casinos.

Sports betting in Connecticut, which includes three mobile skins, has yet to be approved by the Senate before they can be hit Governor Ned LamontWriting desk. The Connecticut lottery waits for Lamont to sign the Enabling Act before receiving final proposals for his sports betting partner.

Other state news: LA, MD, NE, OH, SD

five Other states looking to legalize sports betting took steps last week:

Ravens signs as the first MD sports betting partner

The Baltimore Ravens signed BetMGM just one day after Hogan’s official gaming partner signed the state betting law.

BetMGM will be signposted throughout the Ravens Stadium and will be featured on Ravens’ digital and social media channels.

Both sides will also be working on Ravens-specific promos and marketing campaigns in the BetMGM sports betting app.

Pennsylvania is less immersed than others

Sports betting in Pennsylvania took a hit in April Just like in other states, but he managed to do better than others.

Handle fell 14% in April compared to 25% in the Indiana and 26% in the Michigan.

FanDuel Sportsbook stayed with the top book 35%. Despite everything, Barstool Sportsbook received the biggest bonus in April 12.2% of the handle.

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