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You can bet 49ers win Super Bowl LVIII, or what color Gatorade douses coach — but not in California

Wagers are piling up ahead of Super Bowl LVIII’s epic rematch of the San Francisco 49ers and reigning champion Kansas City Chiefs, to be played — fittingly — in Las Vegas on Sunday. You can bet the farm on everything from who wins the game to the color of Gatorade dousing the winning coach. But...

XLMedia pens content partnership with Star Tribune in Minnesota

Affiliate to become the exclusive sports betting content provider for the Upper Midwest news organization as AIM-listed company continues to spread in the US.
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XLMedia scores sports betting content partnership with Star Tribune

XLMedia has landed an exclusive sports betting content partnership with a Midwest news organization. The digital media publisher has announced a partnership with the Star Tribune Media Company, which is the largest new organization in the Upper Midwest. As part of its deal with the Star Tribune, XLMedia will deliver commercial sports betting content to the news organization’s more...

ANF+ Political Update: Will Georgia ever legalize sports betting?

Georgia lawmakers are once again wrestling with ideas on whether to make online, sports betting legal in Georgia. Robert Linnehan, sports betting reporter and editor for Sports Betting Dime, talks with Atlanta News First’s Political Update on current efforts by Georgia lawmakers to regulate online, sports betting in Georgia.
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First Seven North Carolina Online Sports Betting Applicants Announced

Seven sports betting operators have submitted applications for interactive sports betting licenses in North Carolina. The seven initial applicants, if awarded licenses, will be eligible to immediately launch when North Carolina announces its sports betting date. Gov. Roy Cooper (D), recently appearing on the Ovies + Giglio Show discussed North Carolina’s sports betting future. “They’re...

Legal sports betting in Texas? Odds are slim, for now

As fans across Texas sit down for the Longhorns’ first-ever College Football Playoff appearance on Monday, untold fortunes in illegal bets will undoubtedly leave Texas wallets for out-of-state sportsbooks. Yet the odds of Texas legalizing gaming any time soon are slim-to-none, after an unprecedented push by casinos and sportsbooks failed to gain traction in this...