Two more businesses have received approval for sports wagering licenses from the Maryland Sports Wagering Application Review Commission.
While two-thirds of the country now offers legal sports betting, only six states offer online casino gambling, confounding industry hopes.
The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission has granted a mobile sports betting license to SuperBook.
Maryland legislators are on the brink of passing legislation to limit agreements between universities and gambling companies.
The U.S. gambling industry is adopting a new responsible marketing code that will ban sports books from partnering with colleges to promote sports wagering.
Two more Maryland businesses have qualified for consideration for a sports wagering license, while a third qualified as an online sports wagering operator.
The latest Maryland sports betting deal is pairing a local sportsbook entity with Crab Sports.
College campuses increasingly are striking deals with sports betting companies, but the terms of those agreements are opaque despite the high-dollar and societal stakes.
When Towson University students pick up their phones on campus and open a designated app, they may see an ad seeking to teach them about responsible gambling.
A class action suit is challenging the refund policy implemented by DraftKings in the aftermath of the canceled Buffalo Bills-Cincinnati Bengals football game.
The Maryland Sports Wagering Application Commission approved an additional three sports wagering licenses.
Maryland gaming regulators qualified two more applicants for mobile sports wagering licenses.