It has been a little over four years since the United States Supreme Court heard Christie v. NCAA (now known as Murphy v. NCAA). Over that time, sports betting has made evolutionary strides in how states look to legalize and regulate the market, as well as how stakeholders continue to evaluate their options and assert themselves into the market. It continues to be a fast and furious ride as over 30 jurisdictions now have legal sports betting operations.
Looking toward the future, it is important to understand the evolution over the past three years in terms of additional stakeholders, various models for regulatory structures, and market access. All of these have evolved significantly over the course of the last three years that have brought an end to Nevada’s exclusivity in the sports betting market, bringing a series of “record-breaking” months as jurisdictions continue to advance the legal marketplace and transition those gamers who have been participating in illegal books or are new to the market.View Full Article Read More