Many owners and businesses are doubling down on new tech that will incorporate wagers into watching.
For years, most American sports leagues have resisted gambling of any sort, scarred by match-fixing and point-shaving scandals that still stain history books. But in recent years, public attitudes have relaxed, and many of the major stakeholders slowly have shifted their stances. In May, the Supreme Court effectively shut down the federal law that outlawed sports betting in most places outside of Nevada, allowing individual states to decide on their own if they want in on the lucrative sports gambling business. It’s an industry that some believe topped $100 billion as an underground market and some analysts think could grow into a $6 billion to $16 billion industry, depending on how many states get onboard.
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What a week it was in Las Vegas when the Global Gaming Expo came to town. Gaming continues to become a popular form of entertainment as more states permit sports betting. And while it’s not one of the larger kiosk verticals, gaming continues to grow rapidly and serves as a springboard for self service technology innovation as casinos… Read More »
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Race fans will be able to place bets at the track during this weekend’s NASCAR tripleheader at Dover Downs Racetrack.
Dover Downs Casino staff will be taking bets from the kiosk on Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series and Sunday’s Monster Energy series playoff races as well as the full menu of sports.
Dover Downs Racetrack Assistant Vice President of Marketing Gary Camp says Las Vegas odds-makers William Hill will set the odds for individual drivers.
This is the first time in NASCAR history fans can legally bet on a race on location.