New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo introduced a new approach to legalising mobile sports betting, but Senator Joseph Addabbo has another proposal.
Michigan Gaming Board approved 15 provisional gaming licences but the launch might not happen until after the holidays.
New York lawmakers make the final push towards legalising online sports betting and iGaming operations. Read more about their decisions and future arrangements.
Being the 4th state with the largest betting handle in the US, Illinois brought $305 million in wagers, most of which came from mobile.
Virginia received 25 applications for mobile sports betting licences from operators interested in the state's growing iGaming market.
New Jersey lawmakers want to amend the state constitution and allow sports betting on all major college games.
The gambling industry in the US continues to expand, with 3 new states approving online sports betting and three more expanding the iGaming offers.
Two days after Tennessee launched online sports betting, it was announced that the state had a successful launch.