Sports Betting News

Debate Over Chicago Sports Betting Heating Up

December 1, 2021 | By: Dan Holmes

In public hearings earlier this week in Chicago, officials and interested parties expressed their opinions on lifting the ban on sports betting within the city. No consensus has been met, but it appears that city officials believe lifting the ban would be good for the long-term success of sports betting in the Windy City. Currently, […]

Notre Dame Vs. Stanford Betting Odds And Analysis

November 24, 2021 | By: Travis Pulver

It has not been a stellar season for Stanford, but the Cardinal can end it on a high note with a win over one of their rivals, Notre Dame, in front of a home crowd. However, the odds are stacked against them as the Cardinal are 19-point underdogs to the visiting Fighting Irish. Here are […]

Iowa, Indiana Sports Betting Set Records In October

November 17, 2021 | By: Dan Holmes

Fueled by exciting college football and NFL seasons, and paired with easier access to registration, both Indiana and Iowa set records for sports betting revenue in October. Indiana Tops $450 Million for First Time For the first time, the sports betting handle soared past $450 million in Indiana, assisted by a full month with five […]

BetMGM Indiana Offering Additional Free $50 Bet To New Users

November 16, 2021 | By: Cole Rush

BetMGM Indiana has introduced a special limited promotion for new bettors. From now until Dec. 31, 2021, new users who sign up for BetMGM Indiana can claim a welcome bonus totaling $1,050. The first $1,000 comes in the form of a risk-free bet that BetMGM regularly offers to new users no matter how much they […]

New Legislation Clears Path For Illinois Mobile Sportsbook Registration

October 29, 2021 | By: Dan Holmes

Next year it will be easier to register for an online sportsbook in Illinois, thanks to an amendment passed by state legislators. The new law would allow citizens to register via their mobile devices, and once Gov. J.B. Pritzker signs it, the in-person registration requirement would expire on March 5, 2022. House Bill 3136 removes […]