At the start

As we enter a new year, with a handful of state legislatures already back in session, it’s hard to not be amazed by the speed at which legal, regulated sports betting spread across the U.S. in 2019.

At the start of last year, eight states offered live, legal sports betting,

a remarkable jump considering there was only one operational state in the year prior.

At the start By December 2019, that number had grown to 14, providing more Americans than ever before the chance to wager on their favorite games in a safe and regulated manner.

Since the invalidation of the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) in May 2018, bettors have legally wagered more than $16 billion.

LOOKING BACK ON SPORTS on sports nationwide, generating $1.12 billion in sportsbook revenue and $146.9 million in tax revenue to state and local governments.

2019 was a record year for sports betting on many accounts. As of writing, the most recent numbers available, from November, show clear growth.

What’s more, all but one commercial sports betting state posted an alltime record monthly handle. Nevada continues to dominate the market, becoming the first state to surpass

a monthly handle of $600 million in November.

Intrastate mobile sports betting drove the market throughout the year.

LOOKING BACK ON SPORTS The nature of gambling and gambling regulation is in perpetual motion. Across the world, markets are going through a process of reregulation – expansive in some, restrictive in others.

At the start By December 2019, that number had grown to 14, providing more Americans than ever before the chance to wager on their favorite games in a safe and regulated manner.

2019 was a record year for sports betting on many accounts. As of writing, the most recent numbers available, from November, show clear growth.

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