Gambling Herald
  • Gambling
    September sees Iowa Sports Betting Increase

    Iowa sports betting was fascinated by their results after seeing September improve by 127% compared with the previous month. The handle for online casinos in the state generated a total of $5m in revenue. Let’s take a look at how the state fared for the month.  Iowa only began online sports betting a couple of […]

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    Hard Rock and GiG Extend Contract to Operate in Iowa

    The latest reports from the US indicate that Gaming Innovation Group, GiG, have extended their current deal with Hard Rock International in a heist to launch a sportsbook in Iowa. The deal will allow Hard Rock to make use of GiG’s sportsbook in their land-based casinos at first, with online and mobile sports betting options […]

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    Iowa Sports Betting Makes Substantial Amount in First 17 Days

    With only 17 days of operation for Iowa sports betting, the state proved it is a force to be reckoned with. After legally accepting sports wagers from the 15th of August, Iowa went on to register a substantial amount of $2.2m in sports betting revenue for the rest of the month. Let’s take a look.  […]

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    FanDuel Partnership with Boyd Gaming Expands to Indiana and Iowa

    FanDuel will expand into Indiana and Iowa through their partnership with Boyd Gaming. The launch of the sportsbooks will be present in the two states this month. Four facilities of Boyd, Blue Chip Casino Hotel and Spa in Michigan City, Belterra Casino Resort in Florence and two Diamond Jo Casinos in Iowa will be hosting […]

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    Iowa Gets Sports Legalization

    The third state in 2019 to legalize sports betting is Iowa, as Governor Kim Reynolds signed SF 617 into law. The new law would see tax rate on sports betting revenue be 6.75%, while a license fee will cost $45,000. Let’s take a look. By checking out the latest online gambling news, you’ll be able […]