Richmond Virginia Residents Voting On Potential Casino

Richmond, VA

Richmond residents will vote on potential new casino in their city that will include sportsbook. Non-profit organization ‘Richmond for All’ opposes this project happening in their town. The casino could make the city and community millions of dollars in revenue within the first 10 years. RICHMOND, Va. – A vote to approve construction of a … Read more

Virginia Sports Betting Handle Declined In April, Still On Record Pace

Virginia Sports Betting

Virginia’s sports betting handle dropped 22% from March to April. This is despite Unibet entering the market during April. Virginia could reach over $1 billion in total handle by May, making it the fastest state to do so. RICHMOND, Va. – Virginia’s sports betting industry saw a significant drop in handle from March to April, … Read more

Richmond’s Urban One Casino Moves Closer To Deal

one casino

Richmond’s Urban One Casino proposal will be voted on by mid-June. If it passes the City Council, it will then be the subject of a public referendum. If that is passed, it would be the first operating black-owned casino in the United States when it opens. RICHMOND, Va. – The first currently running black-owned casino … Read more

Unibet Gains Virginia Market Access, Will Launch Wednesday

Unibet Launches in Virginia

Unibet will be launching in Virginia on Wednesday after gaining market access. The Virginia Lottery granted the betting license to the Kindred Group sportsbook. Unibet will now be available in four states, including New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Indiana. RICHMOND, Va. – Sports betting fans in Virginia won’t have to wait long to bet on sports … Read more

Online Lottery Could Boost VA To Record Lottery Revenue

Virginia Online Lottery

Virginia’s online lottery has paid out over $400 million to lottery winners. It has raised more than $436 million in total revenue, a bit more than 20% of lottery revenue overall. The biggest individual online win was $2 million. LAS VEGAS – Virginia’s online lottery paid out a significant amount of money to players while … Read more

Online Sports Betting Is Live In VA & MI In Time For NFL Playoff Games

Michigan FanDuel Rollouts

FanDuel mobile sportsbooks are now live in two new states; Michigan and Virginia. Virginia officially opened their legal sports betting industry with the launch of the FanDuel Sportsbook platform on Thursday. There is a 12-cap maximum in the Commonwealth of Virginia for mobile sportsbooks but FanDuel does not count toward that cap as they’re tethered … Read more

First Online Sportsbooks In VA Could Launch Before Super Bowl LV

Virginia Sports Betting

In the coming weeks regulators will likely be approving the first Virginia online sports betting licenses. There are a maximum of 12 sports betting licenses that the State of Virginia can hand out. Sports betting companies like DraftKings, PointsBet, and FanDuel are expected to be among the first companies to be granted licenses. RICHMOND, Va. … Read more

iLottery Clause To Be Added To Ohio Sports Betting Bill By Senator

Ohio Sports Betting Bill

Ohio’s sports betting bill, House Bill 194, could see a clause that will add an iLottery market to the state. The Ohio Legislature adjourns at the end of the year but no date has been set for the bill to be discussed further. COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio has three months left in the session to … Read more

VA Sports Betting Rules Draft Now Available For Public Comment

Virginia Lottery Board

The draft for the potential sports betting rules in Virginia has been released for public comment by the Virginia Lottery Board. Mobile betting in Virginia could be live as soon as January 2021. RICHMOND, Va.- Sports betting in Virginia may become a reality in the coming months as state officials have released a sports betting … Read more

Virginia and Michigan Set To Expand Online Gaming Industries

Virginia Online Gambling Industry

Virginia will be launching online lottery games that will be available for all devices able to connect to wi-fi on July 1. Michigan lawmakers are discussing allowing online gaming without a license until social distancing guidelines are lifted. RICHMOND, Va. – Virginia and Michigan are both on track to have legal online gambling available for … Read more