Nevada’s Sports Betting Model Protects Consumers
September 26, 2018, Gaming Reports Inc.
Earlier this year, the Supreme Court ruled in Murphy v NCAA that a federal ban on sports betting was unconstitutional, giving each state and sovereign tribal nation the opportunity to create their own legal sports betting markets. This is welcome news for fans and consumers, as well as state and local economies. States that choose to legalize sports betting, which many are expected to do, will give people the opportunity to place wagers in safe, protected, regulated environments for the first time in 25 years. Outside of Nevada that is.
While states have been quick to act – Delaware being the first state to capitalize on PASPA’s repeal with New Jersey, Mississippi and West Virginia not far behind – Nevada has been safely offering legal, regulated sports betting for decades. There are good lessons to be learned from that experience. To read entire article click here.
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