PointsBet took another step closer to entering the mobile sports betting market in Indiana, getting approved for a temporary vendor license.
The Illinois Thoroughbred Horseman's Association and Arlington International Racecourse are at odds regarding overnight purse sizes for 2020.
Sports betting revenue made up for a dip in Indiana casino industry winnings from the table games and machines in 2019 compared to 2018.
The Indiana Gaming Commission reported that the regulated sportsbooks took a combined $161.8 million in sports wagers last month.
Per a new Gov. Holcomb interview, Indiana likely won't see a serious iCasino policy effort until the 2019 expansion is fully implemented.
An escalating battle between Gold Rush owner Rick Heidner and the Illinois Gaming Board could have a ripple effect in gambling in Illinois.