Tag: Sports

States racing for piece of sports gambling action

The morning of May 14 started like any other for Jake Williams at Sportradar U.S. Hours later, following the U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing sports gambling nationwide, he felt like a fourth round National Football League draft pick — happy for the news yet aware of the long and uncertain road ahead. Williams is the…

NetEnt unveils new World Cup-related product – Live Sports Roulette

After just last week introducing a new slot gaming option, the World Cup Free Round Widget, leading provider of premium gaming solutions, NetEnt, has now unveiled a new addition to its live casino gaming sector. The new game is titled Live Sports Roulette and offers operators the ability to provide a new roulette option to players…

Australia to ban gambling ads on live sports broadcasts

Televised live sporting matches in Australia will look differently by the end of the month as the “siren to siren” ban on gambling ads take effect. Mumbrella reported that the Australian Subscription Television and Radio Association (ASTRA) will implement new advertising rules on March 30, including the prohibition of all gambling ads during live sport…

Could this be the future of sports gambling?

A fat, Jewish kid from Chicago, by his own account, Robert Gorodetsky is also a 25-year-old college dropout who has emerged as one of the most compelling and controversial, albeit largely unknown, figures in sports. He wears a black cap with white letters that spell GAMBLR., and like his personal logo with the missing “e”…