While there’s no specific date that Maryland mobile sports betting is expected to go live, there is hope it will launch soon so bettors can take full advantage of platforms and offers like the BetMGM Maryland bonus code.Read More
After what felt like an eternity of little to no positive updates on Maryland online sports betting, there is finally reason for sports fans in the Old Line State to be excited. What caused the delays and when could Maryland mobile betting apps launch? This article will get you caught up to speed.Read More
While there is still no set launch date for mobile sports betting in Maryland, there is progress being made after months of stagnation. The application window for mobile sportsbook operators opened at the beginning of September and will be available until Oct. 21.Read More
On August 1, the Massachusetts Senate approved a sports betting bill and sent it to the Governor’s desk. With the governor expected to sign the bill into law, Massachusetts is on track to be one of the next legal sports betting markets. It could even launch sports betting before Maryland.Read More
Maryland online sports betting applications are expected to roll out by mid-September, say state sports betting regulators, with mobile licensing expected to follow.Read More
As sports betting revs up in Maryland, with retail betting now live and online gambling soon to come, it’s fair to wonder how much tax revenue the industry will bring to the state.Read More
The current pandemic has not just been a US issue but a worldwide one. It has meant that lockdowns...Read More
The governor vetoed some of the most high-profile legislation passed by the General Assembly, arguing the state should not approve new spending in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis.Read More
Duane Keenan filed this audio report on the two major issues moving to the House floor today, gambling expansion and liability for dog bites. Before the House Ways and Means Committee voted to lower the taxes for casinos in Anne Arundel County and Baltimore City, he talked to Baltimore County Democratic Del. Emmett Burns and House Minority Leader Tony O’Donnell.Read More
The manager of the Hollywood Casino in Perryville is asking the state to take back 400 to 500 video lottery terminals, saying it has lost 40% of its business since Maryland Live! opened in June at Arundel Mills.Read More
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