The Gaming Commission said four licensed Mobile Sports Wagering Operators — Caesars Sportsbook, DraftKings, FanDuel, and Rush Street Interactive have been approved.
FanDuel, DraftKings, Caesars Sportsbook and Rush Street Interactive are launching New York's first mobile sports betting, but investors are still skeptical.
Wagr, a sports betting app founded by two Harvard Business School classmates, raised $12 million in a Series A funding round. The app is available in Tennessee, and the company hopes to expand to five more states this year.
Mobile sports gambling begins in New York on January 8. Here's where the action is across America.
Learn everything you need to know about parlays, with examples in sports betting, from the New York Post’s betting experts.
Here are the most common sports betting terms you need to know, with examples from the New York Post’s glossary.
As most know, there’s a contentious debate over whether it’s fair to let men who claim they’re female compete in women’s sports. It’s a debate driven more by emotion than reason, as so many things are.