Helping to grow revenue (and ad dollars) is the continued legalization of sportsbooks by states. Last month Massachusetts became the 36th state to legalize sports betting (Washington D.C. has also legalized it). Massachusetts joins Maine, Ohio, Nebraska, Kansas and Florida as states that have legalized gambling but has yet to enact any regulations.
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The sports betting law signed by Gov. Charlie Baker in early August allows the Gaming Commission to issue sports betting licenses for the state's slots parlor, casinos and simulcast centers to take in-person bets. The law also allows those facilities to partner with mobile operators and for licenses to go to as many as seven other independent companies for mobile sports betting apps.
Unfortunately, they don’t accept players from the US or UK, but most of the rest of the world can join.
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Perhaps this trend will level out whenever a balance is struck between licensing fees and profits. Some gaming jurisdictions may lighten up on fees and taxes if their operators are struggling.
Other politicians could soon join the push, as well. Senator Grace Paul has called out POGOs and Senator Ronald dela Rosa is drawing up a study of POGO activity. Senate President Juan Miguel Zubiri is watching, waiting for the results of the study before issuing his opinion.