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Online Louisiana sports betting might still be weeks away, but Caesars Sportsbook is getting ahead in the state. Bettors can prepare for online Louisiana sports betting with Caesars Sportsbook first available for download. That online launch, however, might not come for several weeks, according to Ronnie Johns, chairman of the Louisiana Gaming Control Board.

The Arizona Department of Gaming continues to approve new Arizona sportsbooks, with BetRivers getting a nod of approval Friday. The ADG approved the Rush Street Interactive application Friday, according to an ADG spokesperson. With the approval, BetRivers Sportsbook is cleared for launch.

A new start date for more Louisiana sports betting is on the table: Nov. 1. Louisiana Gaming Control Board Chairman Ronnie Johns said he believes retail sports betting in Louisiana can be up and running by Nov. 1. Johns met with the Louisiana State Police for an update on the background investigations Thursday.

The comment period for draft Ontario sports betting standards closed in August, and the final regulatory standards were released in September. Operators will like the rules. Released in July, stakeholders were allowed to review the document, which became part of the Registrar’s Standards for Internet Gaming for when everything comes online later this year or…

Tell me if you have heard this one before: West Flagler Associates oppose the intervention of the Seminole Tribe in their Florida sports betting lawsuit against the Secretary and Department of the Interior.

Two more casinos are moving forward in the Maryland sports betting process. Word on mobile, though, remains scant. The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission approved Ocean Downs Casino and Hollywood Casino for alternative licensing standards Thursday. The casinos already hold Maryland gaming licenses, so the MLGCC feels comfortable moving them forward.




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