Across the United States, 11 states have legalized sports betting with seven more to come.
Read more on the when experts think your state will officially legalize sports betting, both at physical locations and online.
The number of states allowing sports betting is poised to expand.
Voters said yes to legalizing sports betting in all three states where the question was on the ballot: Louisiana, Maryland, and South Dakota.
Supreme Court on Monday paved the way for states to legalize sports gambling, striking down a 1992 federal law that barred it ...
Texas is one of the few remaining large market states that has yet to legalize sports betting. With an abundance of sports teams and a few major cities, Texas
At least 20 states are considering new sports betting legislation, which is likely to lead to a lot more online gambling.
With all forms of gambling continuing to expand, it doesn't make sense why sports betting is not legal.
The 2018 Supreme Court decision to overturn the federal sports betting prohibition granted individual states the opportunity to legalize and regulate sports betting, resulting in varying regulations from ...
Three months after the Supreme Court overturned a law prohibiting states from legalizing sports betting, a few states have begun accepting wagers.