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Sports betting a financial winner for NY

New York state has generated more than $267 million in tax revenues from mobile sports betting in the five months since it became legal,...

Online sports wagering now open to all legal adults

More than 130 games have been approved by the Department of Consumer Protection for both the FanDuel and DraftKings apps.

Online sports betting starts with ‘soft launch’

Today’s action is limited to 750 customers at each of the three sportsbooks, according to the state Department of Consumer Protection.

Mohegan Sun benches WNBA betting in face of conflict of interest...

Not only does it own the Mohegan Sun Arena, where WNBA games are played, it also owns the Connecticut Sun team, whose home court is the arena.

Sports betting begins at Foxwoods, Mohegan Sun

Online betting, or iGaming, could be available in early October.

Federal government approves revisions to tribal compacts; sports betting, iGaming to...

“Modernizing our gaming industry will help protect and create Connecticut jobs, and it will generate tax revenues to the benefit of both state and local municipal budgets, as well as our tribe’s member,” said James Gessner Jr., chairman of the Mohegan Tribal Council, which operates Mohegan Sun.

CT legislative committee passes ‘emergency regulations’ to speed up online betting...

Offerings at the state’s tribal casinos are still dependent on approval from the U.S. Department of Interior.

StarStock founders create a stock market for sports cards

As the Covid-19 pandemic triggered a return to old hobbies or gave people a reason to pick up new ones, industries such as sports...

Temporary FanDuel sportsbook coming to Mohegan Sun

“We have some incredible plans for the retail space at Mohegan Sun, with the potential to be the largest FanDuel sportsbook in the United States,” said Amy Howe, president of FanDuel Group.

Provisional fantasy sports licenses granted to tribes, CT Lottery Corp.

“This short-term step allows for the continuation of fantasy sports in Connecticut as we continue to move forward to modernize our gaming landscape in Connecticut,” Gov. Ned Lamont said.

CT House passes pro-sports betting bill; Sportech, fantasy sports operators left...

Sportech, which operates Bobby V's in Stamford, believes that "courts will hold that this bill violates the equal protection clauses of the United States and Connecticut Constitutions, and the emoluments clause of the state Constitution."

Schneiderman vs. daily fantasy sports saga continues

With no agreement in sight, both sides have taken action against one another, one in attempt to ensure its future in New York, the other to ensure its demise in the Empire State.
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