Iowa's casino industry took in around $1.5 billion last year, marking the best year on record since 2012.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds signs her state's betting legislations, making Iowa the third state to approve legal wagering this month.
The only thing standing in the way of legalizing sports gambling in the state is one signature, which is not going to come easily.
The Catfish Bend Casino in Burlington has everything lined up and, as soon lawmakers sign off on a sports gambling bill, it’ll be ready to pull the trigger.
Bobby Kaufmann, the main sponsor behind the sports betting bill, confirmed the legislation is expected to soon be put to a vote by Iowa lawmakers.
There's a gleaming hope that the sports gambling will be implemented in Iowa after a Senate Bill was passed and House version is making a progress as well.
Iowa has passed Bill 1168 through the State Senate subcommittee, making sports wagering one step closer to becoming a reality for Iowans.
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) be damned, sports gambling is going to continue to spread across the country.
William Hill US is partnering with Iowa’s Prairie Meadows Racetrack & Casino, in anticipation of the legalization of sports betting in the state.
The State of Iowa has found an unlikely ally in its quest to block the Ponca Tribe from opening a casino in Carter Lake.