Gov. Cuomo Set To Sign $212 Billion State Budget, Including Mobile Sports BettingThe State Senate approved the plan overnight, with the legislative session wrapping up around 3:30 a.m.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Lawmakers Agree On New York State Budget, Including Legalized Mobile Sports BettingIt will spend a record $29.5 billion in aid to schools and provide $2.4 billion for rent and relief for homeowners.
Odds Are New York Will Allow Mobile Sports Betting In Time For NFL Season, Experts SayThe expectation in Albany is to wrap a deal in the next few weeks and have mobile sports betting in New York by September.
Gov. Cuomo Plans To Propose Legalizing Sports Betting, Marijuana In New YorkWhen it comes to sports betting, the governor has figured out a way to outdo New Jersey and other states by a mile.
Gov. Lamont Says It's Time To Legalize Marijuana, Sports Betting In Conn., Adds Partnerships With N.J., N.Y. Will GrowAcknowledging the tens of thousands of new families that fled small apartments and subway life for the state of Connecticut, the governor delivered the pre-recorded address from his office.
Sen. Joseph Addabbo Wants Mobile Sports Betting In New York By 2021The senator estimates New York could make up to $200 million a year.
Miss Sports Betting? Get In On Ukrainian Table Tennis While You CanGamblers are turning to the more obscure sports and other things for their thrill of winning.
New York Still Hung On Whether To OK Mobile Sports BettingDemocratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo continues to question whether such betting is constitutional.
15% Of American Adults Will Bet On NFL In 2019 Season, Survey SaysAccording to a new survey, 15 percent of the American adult population will wager on NFL games this season.
New Jersey Tops Nevada In Sports Betting Volume In MayAccording to gambling regulators in both states, New Jersey saw $318.9 million worth of bets, edging past Nevada, which took $317.4 million.
New York Legislation Could Allow Sports Betting In Local StadiumsA sponsor of sports betting legislation in New York said the bill likely would allow for in-person wagering at places like Yankee Stadium and Madison Square Garden.