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PASPA Down! New Jersey secures its Supreme Drop!

Reporting from Capitol Hill, multiple US news sources have confirmed that the Supreme Court of Justice has deemed the ‘1992 Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act’ (PASPA) to be unconstitutional. The judgement sees the US Supreme Court repeal PASPA federal provisions, which to date have limited US sports betting to the state of Nevada. In December 2017, led by former …

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Problem gambling awareness never been more important for USA

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Problem Gambling Awareness Month (PGAM) is underway in the USA, with the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG), in collaboration with its affiliates, members and corporate partners across the country, now hosting its 14th such initiative. Titled “Have the Conversation,” this year places a focus on the importance of an open dialogue and candid discussion around the issue of problem …

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Gambling.com announces “forceful move” into sports betting

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A strategic acquisition has led to the Gambling.com Group making a “forceful move” into the sports betting vertical, via the purchase of Bookies.com and related assets. The firm details a purchase price of an upfront payment of £2m paid as a cash consideration in conjunction with the transfer of the assets, as well as a deferred compensation of £4.5m, which …

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Sports betting USA: American history and “deplorable” leagues

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Sports betting within the USA is an issue that has been long debated, and will continue to be done so until the culmination of the ongoing Christie v NCAA case, and most likely well beyond. It was no surprise to see it debated in varying degrees at last weeks ICE London, with Dan Wallach, shareholder at Becker and Poliakoff, getting …

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