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Arizona sports betting bill moves forward in the House
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A n Arizona House committee on Tuesday advanced a bill that would allow betting on professional and college sports at tribal casinos and sites owned by professional sports teams after hearing from teams and the tribes that back the deal Gov. Doug Ducey cut with tribes. The House Commerce Committee voted 9-1 to approve House Bill 2772, sponsored by Rep. Jeff Weninger, which would allow pro sports teams like the Arizona Diamondbacks and tribes that already run casinos to have sports betting operations, the Associated Press reports. It also would legalize fantasy sport betting from online operators, and it would allow new betting at horse racing tracks and groups like the VFW, which would be able to sell Keno tickets. Rep. Diego Espinoza joined eight others in voting for the bill but said he wanted to see bars and possibly restaurants included and may not back the measure in the full House if they are not. Associations representing bars complained that they were being left out of new opportunities. They said existing big operators will get added revenue while the bars are either closed or operating under severe restrictions becasue of the coronavirus. “How can it be that in Arizona that only the big players seem to benefit while small businesses operating with restrictions and being asked to operate under reduced capacity for the foreseeable future are not even mentioned in this bill,” David Delos, president of the Arizona Licensed Beverage Association, told the House Commerce Committee. Rep. Pamela Powers Hannleynoted that she was “an outlier” when she cast the lone no vote. She said she was concerned about data privacy from online gambling operations and about the potential costs of problem gambling. Ducey’s office has released scant details of the deal with tribes that updates expiring 2002 compacts. He sent his top lawyer, Anni Foster, to tout the legislation needed to put it in place. She said the legislation is needed to legalize new off-reservation gambling that tribes are allowing as part of the renegotiated compact. The new wagering options have been widely anticipated since Ducey announced “an opportunity for a modernized gaming compact that will bring in more revenue for our tribal nations and our state budget,” in his State of the State address last month. Ducey has worked on a new deal with tribes for several years, hoping it can boost state revenue by allowing gambling outside of tribal-run casinos. Representatives from all the major Arizona pro sports teams back the measure, which would allow them to operate sportsbooks inside and near their venues. Amilyn Pierce of the Arizona Diamondbacks noted that teams in states with legalized sports betting are bringing in added revenue that hurts the competitiveness of Arizona teams. “We cannot allow Arizona to fall behind, putting our sports teams at a significant disadvantage in a competitive market,” Pierce told lawmakeers. Major Arizona tribes back the proposal, which would allow them to add new table games as well as betting on pro and college sports. An undisclosed number of new casinos could be built in metro Phoenix. The state will take in about 8% of the new non-tribal gambling profit, which will go to the general fund. Money from a maximum 8% tax on tribal gaming profits goes to special state accounts and local governments. Kelsey Lundy, a lobbyist representing the three largest fantasy sports betting companies, say they estimate as much as $42 million a year in new state revenue. .
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Massachusetts: “We want to create a level playing field for all potential licensees”
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A few weeks ago, State Senator Brendan Crighton re-filed a bill that would legalize wagers on sporting events in Massachusetts. Now, he spoke with Yogonet to discuss the details of his proposal, in which ways it is different from Governor Baker’s own sports betting bill, and the benefits that this activity will have for residents, especially in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Sports betting —like in many U.S. states— is live in Massachusetts but is being done through the illegal marketplace and also over bordering states like New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, and soon likely Connecticut. "Our goal is to really create a regulated industry; to bring consumers out of the shadows into a system that has strong consumer protections, and also brings much-needed revenue to the state," Crighton began. He explained that the approach in his proposal, Bill SD.177, is to have a flexible model in terms of who is allowed to earn a license, so it includes the state’s brick-and-mortar casinos, slots parlors, horse racing simulcast facilities, and mobile betting. "We want to create a level playing field for all of those potential licensees. We didn’t want to pick winners and losers, because we think that competition amongst them will spark innovation and creativity and lead to a better product overall." In terms of the benefits that a regulated industry would provide to the state, Crighton said that the biggest beneficiary will be consumers: "Providing them with protection a think is the biggest benefit; that being said, as a result of the pandemic, we are facing a lot of uncertainty in our economy right now. What we do know is that Massachusetts residents will wager billions and billions of dollars outside of our state, whether offshore or in other states this year, and a lot of that money could go to valuable programs to help our constituency overall so," he added. "Our tax rate is at 15% percent which is pretty modest and in the middle line compared to other states," Crighton explained. “Based on studies that have been done, we suspect that at that tax rate, and with the flexible model, we will bring in over 60 million dollars annually." The Senator stressed the importance of having revenues coming in before bets are placed, so his proposal provides for a heavy license application fee, at 10 million dollars per operator: "If we just use the existing entities that we have in Massachusetts, you are looking at 70 million dollars before a bet is ever placed. We certainly see this as a valuable revenue source that we can put to good use." Another sports betting bill passed the Massachusetts House but died when the Senate failed to vote on it before the end of the last legislative session. When asked about that, Crighton explained that he thinks it was the timing of the pandemic. "I don’t think that action wasn’t taken because this isn’t a sound policy or because this isn’t a policy that will bring a lot of benefits to the commonwealth. In any crisis, you have to prioritize what’s most crucial to the preservation of life and public health." "More and more folks and legislators are getting comfortable with the concept of sports betting so I do see stronger chances of the session," he added. When asked about Governor Baker’s support for legalized sports betting, who filed his own proposal —HD 678— last week, he said that even though it is great to have the governor on board, his bill does not allow for wagers on college games. "I feel strongly about this, college sports need to be part of sports betting." "If we want to lure people out of the black market into a regulated market, we cannot take away one of the most attractive amenities of sports betting which is college games," Crighton explained. "We do provide an exemption for Massachusetts-based colleges which many other states have taken a similar approach." .
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Sportradar launches new social Media Integrity Education Service
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A s use of social media amongst athletes and sporting figures continues to grow, Sportradar today launches its Social Media Integrity Education Service. The new program consists of a range of education tools for athletes and key sports stakeholders specifically relating to the topic of social media integrity. Amongst the first sports organisations to sign up for the new service is the PENNY DEL, Germany’s leading ice hockey league. Through a series of bespoke webinars and workshops, the league’s clubs and their players will be provided with tutorials on the integrity risks that can arise when using social media, as well as guidance on how to protect themselves and the reputation of their clubs.     Andrew Whittingham, Head of Education Integrity Services, Sportradar said: “The integrity and reputational risks which can arise when using social media are far-reaching. Not only can failing to act with integrity online put individual users at risk of harm, it can also pose threats to the integrity of teams or clubs, leagues or competitions, or sport as a whole.” “We’re excited to be working closely with PENNY DEL and we commend the robust approach they’re taking to social media integrity education. By combining sessions to educate players, referees and officials simultaneously they are ensuring all participants in ice hockey understand the individual and collective responsibilities they have to maintain the highest integrity standards.”  Gernot Tripcke, General Manager at Deutsche Eishockey Liga GmbH & Co. KG, said: "We are delighted about the cooperation with Sportradar. The players of the clubs are all active on social media several times a day and naturally want to make their own accounts as professional as possible. The workshops will definitely be helpful in proceeding with the greatest possible security in the social media area. Equally, it's about anti-manipulation, which has always been extremely important to us as a league." Challenges to the overall integrity of sport can come from a variety of different sources including from inappropriate online content and behaviour, the threat of inside information, match-fixing or betting corruption, and doping. Sportradar assists partners in tackling all of these issues and are the integrity partner of 80+ sports organisations from over 25 different sports including football, basketball, tennis, handball, volleyball, darts and many more.  .
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Washington: “Expanded sports betting would increase job and tax revenues”
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I n a hearing by the Senate Labor, Commerce & Tribal Affairs Committee held last week, supporters of a bill to expand sports betting to include the state’s licensed card rooms and horse race tracks said such measure would increase job and tax revenues. However, opponents say such an expansion would take money from tribes who use the casino revenues to fund their operations and social programs, OPB reports. “This is our tax base," said Rebecca George, director of the Washington Indian Gaming Association. “It's irresponsible for the Legislature to allow sports betting to the benefit of out-of-state people." No action was taken after Thursday's hearing. The Senate bill seeks to expand sports betting to include the state’s licensed card rooms and horse race tracks and is once again being pushed by Nevada-based Maverick Gaming. A similar proposal by Maverick failed last year, but supporters say the new effort has bipartisan support and could provide revenues to help the state’s economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. Last session, lawmakers approved sports gambling for Native American tribes, but that has yet to take effect as government compacts are still being negotiated. Lawmakers at the same time rebuffed a bill seeking to open sports gambling to non-tribal competition. “This is about fairness," said Sen. Curtis King, R-Yakima, a sponsor of the bill. “We need to share the wealth. We need to take care of the state of Washington as well.” Eric Persson, the owner of Maverick Gaming, said the bill would allow his company to add good-paying jobs, while providing an estimated $50 million a year in tax revenues to state and local governments. The $50 million was questioned by Sen. Derek Stanford, D-Bothell, who said it would require a massive volume in sports gambling to provide that much tax revenue. “That does not seem possible to me," Stanford said, estimating the state is more likely to see $4 million or less per year in such revenues. Several employees of Maverick Gaming testified that the company's 2,000 employees in the state mostly have family-wage jobs with benefits. Persson said the bill would allow him to hire some 200 additional employees. But George urged the lawmakers to again reject the proposal. “They are here to advance the bottom line of a Nevada company," George said. Maverick Gaming operates 19 card rooms in Washington. Senate Bill 5212 is co-sponsored by King and Democratic floor leader Sen. Marko Liias of Lynnwood. It would apply only to existing card rooms and racetracks. It allows for online sports gambling, but only within the limits of the gaming venues. For decades, tribal casinos have operated most of the legalized gambling in Washington. The state allows limited gambling outside tribal facilities in “card room” casinos, but only card games such as blackjack and some poker are allowed. The pressure to legalize sports gambling has grown nationwide since the U.S. Supreme Court in 2018 struck down a federal law that had banned it everywhere but Las Vegas and a handful of other jurisdictions. Under the bill: —Only existing licensed cardrooms and racetracks would be eligible for a sports betting license —Each facility must have its own license and would be charged a $100,000 licensing fee. —A state-level 10% tax would be imposed on the operators on all gross revenues from sports wagers. This tax would be in addition to the taxes levied at the local level. The bill would not allow any betting on college sports events that take place in Washington state or that involve a Washington state team. Betting on electronic sports, high school sports, and competitive video games would be prohibited. .
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TransAtlantic Capital acquires Kenya’s Surebet
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"SUREBET is a nice addition to our global platform of cannabis, psilocybin," says Julies Jenge CEO of TransAtlantic Capital. "Having experience on the continent. Most people view Africa as a country that seems to always be in need of aid, but the 1.2 billion Africans on the continent are the fastest-growing segment of gamers." "The unique advantage Kenya has is mobile money transfer started long before Cashapp or PayPal. Kenya has a mobile market of 5 plus million daily gamers who average 20 USD in betting. TACI being the first public company to secure a footprint in East African Gaming gives an attractive opportunity for USA shareholders to participate in the financial growth of Africa," added the company in a statement. While many of the top players may reside in Europe or the US, the African continent is looking to share in a global market that pulled in over $1 billion in 2019. It was reported that in 2018 that Nigeria, Kenya, and South Africa place bets totaling in excess of 40 billion USD. Historically, sports betting in Africa focused mainly on Soccer and horse racing. The acquisition of SUREBET coincides with a growing interest in North American football, basketball, and baseball. The global suspension or cancellation of most sporting events during the pandemic has left punters without live games to bet on. While traditional gaming and gambling have faced unparalleled losses, entertainment streaming and gaming have reported a surge in activity since the national lockdown came into effect on 27 March 2020. The African continent is the fastest growing gaming population on the planet. Mobile gaming generates close to half of the revenue that the gaming industry gets annually on the African continent resulting in a huge market for gaming on mobile phones. More than 200 million Africans are below 35 years, and this figure might double in a decade. By 2050, Africa's young people, i.e., those aged between 0 and 24 years, will increase by nearly 50%. TACI's acquisition gives additional revenue to our shareholders and continues to place the Company in a global economy. .
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Virginia: several online sportsbook operators expected to go live in “the next couple of weeks”
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V irginia Lottery officials said Wednesday that more sports betting operators are expected to come online soon, which would join the five approved operators that went live nearly two weeks after the market became legal in the state.  Legislation to allow online sports betting in Virginia passed the General Assembly last spring and the first operator, FanDuel, was approved and came online on January 20. During its online virtual meeting Wednesday, the Virginia Lottery Board heard updates on the process from lottery Executive Director Kevin Hall and Deputy Director for Gaming Compliance Gina Smith, as reported by the Bristol Herald Courier. “The legislation that authorized legal sports betting in Virginia took effect last July 1. Within two months, we came to the board for your review and approval of comprehensive written regulations,” Hall said. “Two months after that, we began accepting applications for mobile sports betting licenses and today — seven months after sports betting became legal in Virginia — we have several qualified and licensed sportsbooks that are competing in Virginia under responsible regulatory framework that has some strong consumer protections. We are less than two weeks into this brave new world." The state received an “overwhelming” 25 applications for 12 available permits — which doesn’t include certain sports teams — during a two-week period in October, Smith said. Between Jan. 20-27, the state issued permits for two approved casino operators — Portsmouth Gaming Holdings LLC, which is slated to operate the Rivers Casino Portsmouth, and Caesars Virginia LLC, which is scheduled to operate a casino in Danville. The state also issued three temporary permits for FanDuel, in conjunction with the NFL Washington Football Team; Crown Virginia Gaming, LLC, also known as DraftKings; and BetMGM LLC.FanDuel began taking bets Jan. 20; DraftKings began Jan. 24; BetMGM and Rivers Casino Portsmouth each began taking bets Jan. 27; and Caesars Virginia went live with William Hill US on Wednesday, Smith said. The sports betting law allows all approved Virginia casino operators to have a license. Hard Rock International, which is to operate the Bristol casino, has submitted its sportsbook application. “In addition to approving operators, we have worked with other operators to prepare them to go live,” Smith said. “The go-live process includes more than background investigations. It includes a review of internal controls, sports betting title laws, terms and conditions, bonds and insurance and systems certification. We’re currently working on this with several additional operators and we should be in a position to go live within the next couple of weeks.” The first financial reports for sports betting are due Feb. 20. Smith predicted it will take time for the market to “settle down” because initial marketing efforts are “much larger” and those expenses can be deducted to revenues, so it will likely take several months to learn what kinds of tax revenues to expect. .
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Indiana: Four Winds South Bend casino could offer table games and sports betting
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A gaming compact will now go to the full Senate before moving to the Indiana House A n Indiana Senate committee passed on Thursday a gaming compact that would allow table games and sports betting at the Four Winds Casino in South Bend. The agreement will now go to the full Senate to be ratified before moving to the Indiana House. The compact was finalized last month between Gov. Eric Holcomb’s administration and the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians, which operates the casino on tribal land at Indiana 23 and the U.S. 20 Bypass. Under the compact, the state would allow the Pokagons to operate “Class III” gambling, which includes table games such as blackjack, craps and roulette, as well as slot machines, in exchange for a share of revenue. The casino has been operating more limited “Class II” gaming, which allows forms of electronic bingo played against other guests, but not against the house. The Senate Appropriations Committee sent the compact to the full Senate by a 12-1 vote Thursday, with no discussion beyond brief words of support from a state gaming official, the Pokagon tribal chairman and several lawmakers. Sen. David Niezgodski, D-South Bend, recited the Pokagon band’s many contributions to the South Bend community over the past five years, including several million dollars to the city of South Bend and hundreds of thousands more to local charities. Sen. Ryan Mishler, R-Bremen, the chairman of the Appropriations Committee, praised the agreement as a “very simple, fair compact.” During the roll-call vote, Sen. Fady Qaddoura, D-Indianapolis, said he voted “no” because gambling is a “moral issue” for him, though he voiced general support for the Pokagons. The compact is a first for Indiana, where Four Winds is the only tribal casino operating on federally designated land. Indiana’s other casinos are commercial operations that are licensed and taxed by the state. “In Michigan, this is kind of commonplace,” Mishler said, “but this was all new to us.” The state cannot tax a tribal casino, but can negotiate revenue sharing as part of the compact required by the federal government. The Pokagons have agreed to pay the state 8% of the net revenue from slot machines at the South Bend casino, and 2% to the city. During brief remarks before the committee Thursday, Pokagon Tribal Council Chairman Matthew Wesaw said the negotiation of the compact lasted more than a year, partially because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but yielded good results. “This will help us as a Pokagon tribe to continue to improve the quality of life of our citizens,” Wesaw said, “but the one thing I really want to note ... is the revenue that’s generated by this operation is revenue that stays right within the community.” Mishler previously suggested the compact’s ratification was something of a foregone conclusion because the federal government could step in and allow the Pokagons to conduct Class III gaming with or without the state’s approval. .
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William Hill mobile and online sports book launches in Virginia
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A vailable from anywhere in the Commonwealth of Virginia, William Hill offers a seamless experience that makes it easy and quick to make a sports wager. Built on William Hill's proprietary platform, the app offers Virginia sports fans a broad and deep array of markets and bet types, including live InPlay wagering. The app includes a quick and secure registration process and a wide selection of options to deposit and withdraw funds. "Just in time for Sunday's Game, our Virginia app will give football fans over 1,000 ways to bet this incredible matchup, from the opening coin toss to whether the game will be decided in overtime," said Kenneth Fuchs, President of Digital for William Hill US. William Hill Sports Book entered the Mid-Atlantic region in 2020 at the world-famous Capital One Arena, becoming the first operator to offer sports wagering inside a US professional sports complex. William Hill is the official sports betting partner of the Washington Capitals, Washington Wizards and the Washington Mystics. William Hill, America's leading sports book operator, now offers mobile sports betting apps in ten US jurisdictions (Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Jersey, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, D.C.) and also powers the trading services for the Rhode Island Lottery mobile app. The William Hill Sports Book App in Virginia is available for download on any Apple or Android device from anywhere in the state or by visiting William Hill's Virginia website. .
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Missouri senators file three sports betting bills
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T hree Missouri state senators filed similar bills Tuesday to legalize sports betting in the state. The senators say this could bring nearly $50 million to the state in revenue a year, and the money would go towards education. The difference between the three bills is the tax rate, annual licensing fee, and application fees for operators, FOX 2 reports. On Tuesday, two of the senators testified in front of a Senate committee. One person did testify against the bills but many spoke in favor of them, including the Missouri Gaming Association. “All of this is taking place in the illegal market now. We’re trying to bring it out of the illegal market, bring it into a legal regulated environment where we can be assured that bets are handled proper, consumers are treated fairly and those who have issues with gambling cannot participate,” said Mike Winter, executive director of the Missouri Gaming Association. “In my view, there’s really not much of a reason not to do it at this point,” said Sen. Caleb Rowden, sponsor of Senate Bill 256, supported by Winter, as reported by Columbia Missourian. “It’s already happening. We might as well legalize what’s already happening and make a little money off of it.” Twenty-six states have legalized sports gambling. Of those states, the 6.75% tax on revenue in SB 256 would tie Iowa for the lowest in the country. At casinos in Missouri, there is currently a 21% gaming tax. Sen. Denny Hoskins, R-Warrensburg, the sponsor of SB 18, a different sports gambling bill with a 9% tax on revenue, was critical of SB 256’s low tax rate. “I just believe that we’re leaving a little bit too much money on the table for education,” Hoskins said. The other bill that would legalize sports gambling and mobile wagering is SB 217, sponsored by Sen. Tony Luetkemeyer, R-Parkville. A major difference in SB 217 is that it requires the use of official sports league data. Lobbyists for all the state’s major sports teams – like the Cardinals, Blues, and Chiefs testified in favor of legalizing sports betting. All three of the bills were discussed among the senate committee but did not receive a vote. Sports betting advocates have argued new revenue potential justifies sportsbook legalization, but there is a separate effort to legalize video lottery gaming terminals, or VLTs, whose backers note the machines, which could be placed within certain truck stops, fraternal organizations and bars, would likely generate even more tax money than even statewide mobile wagering, as reported by Action Network. The state’s 13 casinos oppose legal VLT machines, fearing it would diminish patronage to their facilities, all of which are located on either the state’s western or eastern borders. The casinos say revenues lost to VLTs would likely outweigh any gains from legal sports betting. .
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Simplebet and INTRALOT launch real money micro-market betting in Montana
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The fully automated offerings go live just ahead of the NFL's Super Bowl on Sunday S implebet's fully automated real money Micro-Market betting offering is now available in Montana via its partnership with INTRALOT Inc., the US subsidiary of INTRALOT Group which operates the Montana Lottery’s sports wagering self-service terminals and mobile sports wagering offering. The expansion comes just ahead of the NFL's Super Bowl on Sunday, February 7.  Simplebet’s proprietary Micro-Markets pricing engine combines automated market mechanics of a betting market (i.e. creation, suspension, repricing, and resulting) with odds for each potential outcome of a respective occurrence. Users of the sports betting platform provided by INTRALOT Inc. will experience millions of betting opportunities across professional sports, including NFL, NBA and MLB at licensed Sports Bet Montana locations.  Last month, Simplebet and INTRALOT rolled out drive-level markets in Washington, DC and the early response indicates a strong appetite for micro-market betting opportunities, according to the companies. Simplebet is now giving users within Montana the opportunity to wager on the outcome of every drive and will begin offering play-level markets for next season. “Following the successful rollout of our real money betting product in Washington, DC, we’re thrilled to quickly expand our product to Montana alongside our partner, INTRALOT,” said Chris Bevilacqua, Co-Founder and CEO of Simplebet. “We’ve seen incredible user engagement thus far and expect to see continued growth with the expansion of in-play betting opportunities that we believe will be integral to the future of the sports gambling and fan engagement paradigm.”  “Simplebet’s innovative technology delivers a product that sets us apart and we’re excited to offer Montanans the ability to place bets on thousands of different outcomes across professional sports,” said Byron Boothe, INTRALOT Inc. CEO. “We’ve seen extremely positive results thus far from the rollout of the real money Micro-Markets offering in Washington, D.C. and the expansion to Montana is the next step in our collaborative efforts to deliver an unmatched product across the globe.”  Globally, INTRALOT Group operates in 42 regulated jurisdictions with an average of $21.5 billion in annual wagering. .
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