GMA quoted in the Las Vegas Review Journal
Tribes to discuss sports betting at NIGA gaming expo in Las Vegas
by Richard N. Velotta and Colton Lochhead
The nation’s Indian tribes are driving much of the expansion of sports wagering in the United States, and the subject will be top of mind when many tribal and gaming officials gather at a convention in Las Vegas next week.
The number of states that have legalized sports betting now stands at 32 with 10 of those approved on paper, but not yet operational, according to a report issued last week by California-based gaming industry research Eilers & Krejcik Gaming. That means that 57 percent of the nation’s adult population can place a single-game wager at their neighborhood sportsbooks or on state-approved apps. It wasn’t that long ago – just three years – that Nevada was the only state where legal bets on single games could be placed.
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