With more states offering legal sports betting, the American Gaming Association predicts Super Bowl wagering interest will amount to $6.8 billion.
The Indiana Gaming Commission doled out its thirtieth license reltaed to the new sports betting industry, this one going to PointsBet.
The Indiana Gaming Commission (IGC) approved Academy Awards betting, which means sportsbooks like FanDuel and DraftKings will have Oscars odds.
The Indiana Gaming Commission gave the okay to both BetMGM and Belterra and BetIndiana and the forthcoming Hard Rock casinos to...
The Indiana Gaming Commission approved several Supe rBowl prop bets, including the results of the coin toss and color of the...
Indiana casinos ended 2019 on a high note thanks to a month-over-month revenue boost from November to December, but numbers are...
Indiana sports betting revenue continued to grow in December in spite of lackluster records by local NFL teams, turning out almost...
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