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Latest Issue of My Legal Bookie Chronicles Changing Landscape of Sports Betting

Hackney Publications, the nation’s leading publisher of sports law periodicals, announced today the availability of the summer issue of My Legal Bookie (MLB). Supported by Ifrah Law PLLC, the leading law firm in the legal sports betting industry, the latest issue features the following articles: Professional Sports — Betting on Transparency Barstool CEO Nardini Helps…
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Article Looks at Byproduct of Esports Betting – Cheating

Ellen Zavian, the editor in chief of My Legal Bookie, a newsletter that provides news and analysis about the legal sports betting industry, recently wrote an insightful piece about how cheating has become a byproduct of esports betting for the Washington Post. Zavian wrote that “unlike traditional sports where a player’s intention to throw a…
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Study Suggests 82 percent of Americans Are Interested in Placing a Legal Wager on Super Bowl

DraftKings revealed this week findings from a national consumer study of American sports fans, including how a staggering 82 percent are interested to place a legal wager on the championship game next month. In a nationally representative poll of over 1,000 randomly sampled, self-identified American sports fans, the “Football & Fandom: The Bet Effect on…
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Sports Betting Lags in Popularity in Some States

Just 29 percent of voting-age Coloradans would vote “yes” for sports betting if the upcoming referendum were being held today, according to a survey conducted by BettingUSA.com. The survey was conducted in anticipation of a measure that will appear on the November ballot in Colorado asking voters if they would like to legalize sports betting…
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