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XLMedia partners with Newsweek for sports betting deal

The news brand has over 50 million readers across the US every month, which will now be reached by XLMedia’s Sports Betting Dime brand. Part of the agreement will see XLMedia create sports betting content, as well as manage deals with regulated sportsbook operators.
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Mobile sports betting apps go live in Maryland Monday

Online and mobile sports betting is now set to launch in Maryland on Monday afternoon, with regulators having approved 10 licenses this week. At least seven companies, including industry giants FanDuel and DraftKings, will be going live in Maryland Monday, while other licensees, including an affiliate of the Washington Commanders, are going to need a little extra time, according...
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Maryland panel awards 10 mobile sports wagering licenses

The odds are looking like Marylanders will be able to place a mobile bet on sports by Thanksgiving. The state’s Sports Wagering Application Review Commission, also known as SWARC, held a license award meeting Wednesday morning in which they awarded licenses to 10 businesses two years after voters passed mobile sports betting in a referendum.
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De-risking link-building strategies for US affiliates

XL Media’s Head of Content & PR Hayley Stansfield and Head of SEO Graham Pinkney provide their top tips on how to create a healthy and low-risk link profile in the competitive US search landscape.
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XLMedia appoints Elizabeth Carter to executive leadership team

Affiliate XLMedia has appointed Elizabeth Carter to its executive team as VP of Global Marketing and Communications. Carter joins the executive team having worked at the company since March 2021, and will now be responsible for marketing and communication efforts to drive shareholder value, commercial reward and audience growth. Carter was previously responsible for leading XLMedia’s rebrand...
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Maryland sports wagering commission to award online sports betting licenses next month

BALTIMORE- Marylanders will soon be able to place sports bets from the comfort of their couch. Two years ago, Marylanders voted to legalize sports betting, but nobody placing a bet in the state has been able to do that from their mobile devices. After Wednesday’s Sports Wagering Application Review Commission meeting, it will likely change in...