New York State is looking for annual tax revenue from online sports betting to hit $493 million by 2025. Learn more with STATSCORE’s Betting Industry Review!
- Sports betting to bring New York State $99 million
- Ohio unveils new bill that would legalize betting
- Which teams had the best 2021 NFL Draft?
- IPL 2021 suspended amid Covid crisis in India
- Nine of 12 Super League founders say the project was a mistake
Sports betting to bring New York State $99 million
The state budget for 2021 will be nearly 10% greater than last year and is estimated at $212 billion.
According to a review of the budget by New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, online sports betting will generate $99 million for the state. By the beginning of 2025, DiNapoli expects annual tax revenue from online sports betting to hit $493 million. Read more
Ohio unveils new bill that would legalize betting
It’s getting more and more likely that Ohio residents will soon be able to legally bet on sports.
Ohio senators on Thursday proposed offering 40 betting licenses with a proposed fee of $1 million for three years. Twenty of them would be offered to Ohio’s casinos and racinos. The other twenty would be brick and mortar sportsbooks where people would be able to watch games and wager. Read more
Which teams had the best 2021 NFL Draft?
The 2021 NFL Draft was held in Cleveland, Ohio, between April 29 and May 1. Some fans are, of course, pleased with their favourite teams’ picks and looking forward to future Super Bowls.
But can draft grades really tell us anything about how good a team will be in the future? Turns out, it’s complicated. Read more
IPL 2021 suspended amid Covid crisis in India
India’s professional Twenty20 cricket league, which is one of the most-attended sports leagues in the world, has decided to suspend the season after several players tested positive for the coronavirus.
India is currently struggling to contain the explosion in Covid cases. The country has seen a total of over 21 million infections. Read more
Nine of 12 Super League founders say the project was a mistake
Arsenal, AC Milan, Chelsea, Atlético Madrid, Inter Milan, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur, have declared that “the Super League project was a mistake and apologize to fans, national associations, national leagues, fellow European clubs and UEFA.”
UEFA president Aleksander Čeferin said in the release: “These clubs recognized their mistakes quickly and have taken action to demonstrate their contrition … the same cannot be said for the clubs that remain involved in the so-called ‘Super League’ and UEFA will deal with those clubs subsequently.”
The remaining three founding members of the Super League, Barcelona, Juventus and Real Madrid, remain in dispute with UEFA. Read more
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