(*Citrin Cooperman is a proud partner of Front Office Sports) In 2018, $149.9 million was bet on the Kentucky Derby. Churchill Downs officials expect that number to increase even more at the 145th running of the race on Saturday. While it’s easy to forget, betters who win big this weekend don’t just get that money with no strings attached. In the U.S., gambling winnings are taxable as ordinary income irrespective of how much a person wins. Gambling winnings are legally […]
American Gaming Association and betting industry execs expect record amounts of action on this year’s March Madness, demonstrating fan engagement potential.
With more states legalizing sports betting, teams, leagues, media companies and sportsbooks have plenty of growth opportunities in front of them.
The mission of VSiN is to offer insight beyond commentator opinions and inform bettors on how various aspects of the games might affect outcomes.
The Super Bowl offers the first real look into how the leagues and sports betting entities will engage fans in a world where sports betting is embraced.
In his new role, Rovell will find himself in an executive position for the first time in his career.
Dover took advantage of the Supreme Court ruling to become the first speedway to have betting available on-site during a race weekend.
You might remember Darrelle Revis as one of the best shutdown cornerbacks in NFL history. It appears he’s found a new initiative to dominate.
When it comes to sports betting, monitoring the data is a tall but extremely important task. That’s where U.S. Integrity comes in.
The league hopes to drive fan engagement with creative opportunities even in states where sports betting isn’t legal.
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