Missouri lawmakers are looking at two different sports gambling bills, both of which have been prefiled ahead of the upcoming 2020 legislative session.
The MLB is using Washington's new sports gambling bills as a new attempt to push for Integrity fees, to guard against another Black Sox scandal.
Several NFL football teams have signed a letter written by the NFL that was sent to New York gambling regulators over the state’s sports gambling efforts.
Two sports gambling bills in New York may have undergone changes, but sports leagues' "integrity fee" has remained intact.
Conencticut’s new sports gambling bill was supposed to have it easy and sail to a vote. Instead, things got pretty heated in a committee hearing.
A new sports gambling bill has been introduced to open the market, which includes the integrity fee as a priority.
A deep investigation into the Tim Donaghy NBA match fixing scandal has revealed that the league was in denial about how bad its problem was.
The NFL wants sports gamblers to pay an “integrity fee” on their wagers, with anywhere from 1-4% of the bet going to the league.
Ever since the U.S. Supreme Court knocked down PASPA last May, states across the land are scrambling to get into the sports gambling business.
There are already eight states in the U.S. that have legalized sports gambling, with several more preparing to consider legislation by next year.