Despite a lack of any substantial sports activity, the sports gambling startup is going to push forward with its retail sportsbook plans.
District of Columbia Lottery's sports betting platform is ready to launch but they're holding off because there's no sports on which to wager.
A new game has already spread across Virginia and Washington D.C., and it has regulators worried about its implications for gambling.
Jack Evans decides to leave on his own after being named multiple times in the controversial deal with Intralot, escaping before he could be forced out.
An alleged underhanded dealings from Councilman Jack Evans come under fire and it appears the Council has had enough.
District of Columbia's citywide mobile betting app delayed until after Super Bowl; Caesars in talks to open sportsbook at DC United's Audi Field.
A District of Columbia judge refuses to grant injunction that would block DC Lottery's controversial no-bid sports betting tech deal with Intralot.
William Hill US inks deal with owner of NBA, NHL franchises to open the first US in-stadia sportsbook at Washington, DC's Capital One Arena.
District of Columbia judge issues restraining order preventing the DC Council from implementing its controversial sports betting contract with Intralot.
It appears that the supposed local small business that Intralot contracted in Washington, DC is of no existence, according to news website.