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XLMedia appoints Kevin Duffey as its North America President

The affiliate manages a portfolio of sports and gaming brands in regulated markets, and Duffey will also join the company’s executive team from 1 February 2023. Per his appointment, Duffey will be responsible for executing XLMedia’s long-term growth and revenue strategy in the long term. XLMedia’s new President has a background in entrepreneurship and leading...
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Cincinnati Bengals NFL playoff run only fuels the already-hot first month of sports betting in Ohio

The Cincinnati Bengals upset of the Buffalo Bills Sunday was a win for the team, a win for Ohio and a win for its newest industry, legalized sports betting. “We couldn’t have asked for a better start,” said Hard Rock Casino Cincinnati President George Goldhoff. “Where can you open a sports book and the hometown...
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How to excel at sports betting media

Knowledge is power and XLMedia Director of Partnerships Cody Darwick discusses how his company intends to spread this knowledge to as many US bettors as possible.
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Bengals-Ravens betting spread widens on Lamar Jackson news

he Bengals are now 9.5-point favorites against the Ravens for Sunday’s wild-card playoff game at Paycor Stadium, according to Vegas Insider. The spread jumped from -6 to -8 after a report surfaced late Wednesday that Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was likely to miss the game. The spread originally opened at Bengals -5.5.
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Ohioans bet big on legalized sports gambling

While no official numbers have been released, however, sports betting in Ohio appears to be extremely popular, based on the number of individual accounts that logged into betting sites around the state in the first two days of legalization. Ohio was the top state with logins to sports betting sites after launching on January 1,...
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Geolocation numbers show Ohio leading the nation in first 48 hours of sports betting

Ohioans may have missed out on the opportunity to legally bet on Ohio State’s playoff game Saturday night, but it didn’t dampen in any way their desire to participate in the sports betting process. GeoComply is a cybersecurity company that provides geolocation and security services to Ohio’s online sports betting operators. They are able to...