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Sports Betting Revenue Hit $7.5B in 2022

Sports betting continues to explode in the United States since its legalization starting in 2018, with gross gaming revenue from sports betting reaching $7.5 billion in 2022. That’s according to […] read more >
Education / Tourism

New Sports Wagering Code Bans College Betting Partnerships

Although the new rules take effect immediately, companies that have existing advertising campaigns in place that would be affected by them will be allowed to continue them until July 1. read more >

Sports Betting Grows on Campuses With Few Restrictions

College students are in the highest risk group for problem gambling, yet universities have been slow to create policies, educational programs or restrictions on sports betting. read more >

Mobile Sports Bets Booming in Some States as Others Shy Away

Arkansas officials expect people from neighboring states to cross into the state to bet on March Madness. read more >

Record Number of Americans Plan to Bet on Super Bowl

Wagers are expected to total $16 billion. read more >
Sports betting at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas
Retail / Tourism

19% of US Adults Have Bet on Sports

The most common way that Americans bet on sports is with friends or family. read more >

Defying Inflation Worries, US Casinos Have Best Quarter

Sports betting set a quarterly revenue record of $1.68 billion, up nearly 81% from a year ago. read more >
Legal / Tourism

Execs: US Internet Casino Gambling is Poised for Expansion

So far, such gambling is legal in only six states: New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Michigan, West Virginia, Delaware and Connecticut. read more >

US Casinos Won $53B in 2021, Their Best Year Ever

Casino winnings were more than 21% higher than the previous best year, which came in 2019. read more >
Media & Marketing / Tourism

Sports Bets Scoring in the U.S.

This map from the American Gaming Association shows the states where sports betting is now legal, where sports betting has been approved but is not yet operational, and where bills have been prefiled or introduced to legalize sports betting and are under consideration. read more >