Here we go with sports betting partnerships that are going to cause this country to explode with sports betting
Eldorado Resorts, one of the largest U.S. land-based casino operators, will buy a 20 percent stake in William Hill US as part of a larger partnership agreement with Nevada’s leading sports betting operator.
The deal comes just four months after the Supreme Court overturned a ban on sports betting in most states, triggering a sleuth of industry partnerships and joint ventures as companies seek national access to the potentially lucrative market. Credit Suisse forecasts sports betting could legal in 20 states by 2023 and generate $4.5 billion in profits.
It also comes one day before the National Football League kicks off its first game of the season. The NFL and college football account for a significant portion of all U.S. sports betting. Eldorado expects its casinos in Mississippi and West Virginia to offer sports betting this NFL season.
West Virginia took its first college football bet last week. I assume the LVRJ means the Eldorado expects West Virginia to offer NFL betting this season. This is a good old fashioned gold rush for rich white guys who would love to take your sports bets. If your state isn’t passing legislation now, it’s behind the times.
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The only other time a team has gone 1-19 in a pitcher's first 20 starts of the season was Frank Bates in 1899 for the Cleveland Spiders – @EliasSports.
Those Spiders lost an MLB-record 134 games.
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