Virginia Casino and Sports Betting News
More than $420 million bet on sports in a single month is nothing to scoff at, but April’s Virginia sports betting numbers dropped from March.
Virginia online sports betting would be impacted if North Carolina legalizes it, but how much impact would be felt remains uncertain.
What would the Virginia online casino market look like and how could it come to be? Here’s a look at the state’s path to legalization.
The Washington Commanders are favored to win in just two games in the 2023 regular season, according to oddsmakers.
Caesars Virginia Casino in Danville, along with other Virginia casinos set to open in 2024, have North Carolina officials concerned.
Pimlico Race Course in nearby Baltimore is set to host the second leg of the Triple Crown, the 2023 Preakness Stakes, on Saturday, May 20.
Fanatics has finally accomplished its goal to break into sports betting with the purchase of PointsBet Sportsbook’s U.S. business.
Virginia casino revenue topped the $35 million mark in April for the third straight month, according to the state lottery.
Rivers Portsmouth has paid a $275,000 fine for alleged violations of Virginia casino regulations as part of a settlement.
Virginia sports betting handle surpassed $500 million in March 2023, with operators taking $47 million in revenue.