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Stamford’s NBC Sports in NFL season pact with BetMGM

BetMGM will be featured on FNIA in a variety of content.

New York sees almost $2B in bets in first month of...

Total gross gaming revenue was more than $138 million, bringing in $70.6 million in taxes to the state.

New York moves closer to mobile sports betting

“New York is a crown jewel market with more than 20 million residents which, upon launch, will become the largest online sports betting market in the United States,” said Rush Street Interactive CEO Richard Schwartz.

Report: 38% of CT wagering originating along I-95 corridor

Heavy volumes have been concentrated in Stamford and Bridgeport, while other highway entry points stretching north along the New York border have also been hotspots.

Stamford Chamber’s annual meeting features upbeat forecast from Lamont, victory lap...

Outgoing Mayor David Martin said he couldn't imagine how either of his successors -- State Rep. Caroline Simmons or Bobby Valentine -- could “mess this up."

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.

Legalized sports wagering becomes a reality on Oct. 7 in Connecticut

The timing means that consumers will be able to place bets for Week 5 of the NFL season, as well as on other sports.

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.

All bets are on for Sportech … but don’t expect NFL...

As for Sportech’s threatened lawsuit over being initially left out of the state’s sports-betting picture, the company is now willing to let bygones be bygones.

Lottery Corp. names Rush Street Interactive as sports betting ops partner

In addition, Sportech will offer sports betting at 10 of its current OTB locations, including Bobby V’s in Stamford.

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.

Foxwoods betting big on return to regular business, iGaming/sports betting, says...

“It’s been quite a ride,” says Jason Guyot. “Business levels still haven’t picked up to where they were pre-pandemic, and we’re still off on the revenue side.”

Lamont signs iGaming, sports betting bill

Approval is still needed from the Bureau of Indian Affairs at the U.S. Department of Interior to amend the state’s compact with the tribes, before online gaming and sports wagering can begin in the state.

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."