As sports betting grows in popularity, several sports books in Las Vegas are charging for seats in addition to accepting bets during football season.
The already popular Westgate SuperContest saw attendance go through the roof in 2017. The field grew by 48 percent to over 2,700 sports bettors.
With almost $85 million wagered and a Floyd Mayweather victory, Las Vegas had a huge, record-setting weekend for the sports books.
MGM Resorts is getting serious about online casino. It expanded its portfolio with the official launch of the playMGM Nevada sports betting app.
Nevada Gaming Control Board approved sports books accepting a variety of draft-related prop bet wagers just in time for the 2017 NFL draft.
The NFL’s Oakland Raiders are officially moving to Las Vegas in 2020. The relocation is already begging questions about the league’s sports betting stance.