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FanDuel launches mobile sports betting in Vermont

Coinciding with the legalization of sports betting in the state, Vermont becomes the 21st U.S. state where FanDuel offers mobile sports betting.

Casino City’s Friday Five: Vermont sports betting edition

On Thursday, Vermont debuted mobile sports betting, becoming the 29th U.S. state to do so. This has been in the works since December, when Governor Phil Scott signed the sports wagering bill into law.

Catena Media launches online sports betting affiliation in Vermont

Vermont expands Catena Media’s operational footprint in North America to more than 28 U.S. states and Canadian provinces.

DraftKings Sportsbook to launch in Vermont tomorrow

Once live, Vermont will mark the 26th U.S. state, in addition to Ontario, Canada, in which DraftKings Sportsbook operates.

Vermont mobile sports wagering to launch in January

Governor Phil Scott and Department of Liquor and Lottery Commissioner Wendy Knight announced today that online sports wagering will launch in Vermont on 11 January 2024.

This Week in Gambling: Online poker fails in New York again

After a lot of hope and optimism, online poker will not be considered by the New York State Assembly this year. Not all was lost, however, as another state has regulated fantasy sports. Plus, gambling news from New Jersey and the U.K.

This Week in Gambling: Will US fantasy regulations bring sports betting reform?

In recent years, many states have passed fantasy sports regulations. Many more states have legislation in place, ready to follow suit, and some think this could be a pathway to sports betting reform in the U.S. Also, there have been some changes at Amaya Gaming, and J. Todd's cat makes a cameo.

Burlington, Vermont, Wins With Poker Players

In an Internet poll, more people from Burlington, Vermont, nominated their town to host the first stop on the Small Town Poker Tour; the other top two were Hampton Roads, Virginia, and Tauton, Mass.

Vermont Officials Happy with Powerball

News Brief: Despite an associated 25 percent decline in Tri-State Megabucks sales since July 1, Vermont lottery officials are satisfied with their decision to join 24 states offering the multimillion Powerball game.

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