Sen. Joseph Addabbo has introduced Senate Bill 17 to New York Legislature to allow sports betting at existing Empire State casinos.
Gaming analysts say New York is the top market remaining where operators can still make money. Perhaps this is why Sheldon Adelson wants an NY casino?
New York Assemblyman Gary Pretlow said he would give up his pursuit for online poker if it meant his constituents would be on board with sports betting.
According to new NYGC data, Rivers Casino dominates New York’s four casinos and generated almost double the slot revenue than Resorts World Catskills.
Last week’s deal between Resorts World and bet365 was the last of 4 that have prepped New York casinos for sports betting. Now, it just needs to launch.
An acting Supreme Court justice ruled DFS in New York to be a form of prohibitions against gambling as defined by the constitution, jeapordizing operators.
The company behind the New York City Marathon, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), will be testing a feature that could allow spectators to bet on runners.
Lawmakers were a floor vote away from passing legalized New York sports betting in 2018. In 2019, odds are favorable that it will be one of the next states.
Outstanding debts aside, New York casinos are slowly becoming more profitable while they wait for regulatory progress toward legal sports betting.
Newly relaxed NFL sponsorship rules reportedly have the New York Jets shopping around for a casino partner, and they may not need to look far.