What a start to the 2018 NCAA Basketball Tournament. Seeds are irrelevant. Everyone’s bracket is busted. Chops looks at what's happening in the Vegas sportsbooks.
Maryland sports betting got off to a slow start, falling behind dozens of states that were already making fast moves ahead of potential legalization.
Las Vegas casinos charged up to $1,000 for reserved seats at the sportsbook during March Madness. Is it worth the price for bettors?
UMBC made history in Round 1 of the NCAA Tournament by becoming the first #16 seed to beat a #1 seed. The result swung fortunes at Vegas sportbooks.
With legalized sports betting potentially expanding across the U.S., two sports teams in Las Vegas could serve as the prototype for in-stadia betting.
The fight over the new WV sports betting law highlights the conflict between betting operators and sports leagues over integrity fees.
Major sports leagues are licking their chops over the potential of the massive New York sports betting market.
How would a legalized sports betting environment impact NCAA basketball March Madness pools in your office and home? Juan Blanco offers his take.
Possible dates for a Supreme Court ruling on sports betting have come and gone. When can we expect a decision?
DraftKings hired a Head of Sports Betting, positioning itself for a legalized betting market in the U.S. The move is soaked in irony, says TheLines' Juan Carlos Blanco.