A trio of Indiana sportsbooks opened Thursday ahead of NFL football the same evening, bringing the state's total to 11 books open so far.
FanDuel continued its expansion into Indiana on Monday with the opening of its sportsbook at the Belterra Casino, not far from Cincinnati.
Just days before the Korn Ferry Tour Championship kicks off, Indiana gaming regulators added it to the sports betting events list.
Andrew Luck's retirement rocked the NFL and the odds, just as legal sportsbooks in Indiana are on the verge of opening.
A blockbuster merger between casino giants Caesars and Eldorado Resorts will not slow the pace of sportsbook preparation in Indiana.