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Excitement abounds with the arrival of legal Massachusetts sports betting. Keep an eye on the table below for MA sports betting facts. Massachusetts sports betting updates Former Gov. Charlie Baker, a staunch advocate for Massachusetts sports betting, put pen to paper nine days after the state's sports wagering bill was passed. On March 10, 2023, six legal online sportsbooks officially launched, while legal retail wagering went live on Jan. 31, 2023. Let's take a closer look at key dates in Mass. sports betting history: July 25, 2023: Retail casinos - Encore Boston Harbor, MGM Springfield, and Plainridge Park Casino - receive fines for offering bets on state colleges not participating in a tournament. July 24, 2023: The MGC is considering a possible sanction against DraftKings for taking wagers on unauthorized tennis events. July 17, 2023: Total sports betting handle in June fell to $332 million, per the latest MGC revenue report. July 11, 2023: The MGC rejects LIV Golf events as approved wagering markets. MA residents can still wager on LIV events via daily fantasy sports. July 10, 2023: The MGC appoints Todd Grossman - General Counsel to the MGC - Interim Executive Director, replacing Karen Wells. July 6, 2023: Massachusetts regulators vote to add age language to stadium sportsbook signs, distinguishing the sportsbook is for individuals 21 and up. June 7, 2023: The MGC investigates Barstool Sportsbook and its "Big Cat's Can't Lose Parlay" to determine if the promo violated Massachusetts sports betting marketing regulations. May 25, 2023: Fanatics Sportsbook goes live with its beta test in Massachusetts, making it the eighth online betting site in the state. May 23, 2023: The MGC announces that online sportsbook operators will not be allowed to deduct the value of bonus bets and other promotions from their taxable revenue. May 16, 2023: The MGC awards Fanatics an operations certificate. Fanatics Sportsbook plans to launch in the Bay State in late May. May 8, 2023: Betr Sportsbook goes live in Massachusetts, making it the seventh online sports betting operator in the state. April 25, 2023: The Massachusetts Gaming Commission approves Fanatics Sportsbook's house rules and awards Betr an operations certificate. April 18, 2023: The inaugural Massachusetts sportsbook handle for March was larger than more ripe markets. April 13, 2023: MGC considers a $7. 5 million spending requirement for retail sportsbooks at racetracks and simulcast facilities in Massachusetts. April 6, 2023: MGC rejects DraftKings' request to take action on this year's Boston Marathon. March 29, 2023: DraftKings launches its DK Horse app within the legal Massachusetts sports betting environment ahead of the 149th running of the Kentucky Derby. March 27, 2023: Massachusetts sports betting regulators tweak advertising regulations, approving cost-per-acquisition (CPA) agreements between sports betting operators and affiliates. March 15, 2023: The Massachusetts Gaming Commission releases February 2023 sports wagering figures. Encore Boston Harbor, MGM Springfield, and Plainridge Park Casino combine to take in over $25. 7 million in legal sports bets. March 14, 2023: Per GeoComply, the online Massachusetts sports betting launch resulted in 8. 1 million geolocation transactions between March 10-12. March 10, 2023: Legal online Massachusetts sports betting arrives at 10 a. m. ET. Six sportsbooks launch - Barstool, BetMGM, Caesars, DraftKings, FanDuel, and WynnBET. March 9, 2023: Legal mobile sports betting is set to start in Massachusetts on Friday, March 10, 2023, at 10 a. m. ET. The MGC awards operations certificates to six sportsbooks - Barstool, BetMGM, Caesars, DraftKings, FanDuel, and WynnBET. March 8, 2023: During a meeting to finalize mobile sports betting rules, MGC Chair Cathy Judd-Stein reveals that Betr will not go live on March 10, 2023, meaning that six operators now expect to be ready for the launch of legal online wagering in the state. March 7, 2023: The Massachusetts Gaming Commission plans on expanding its responsible gaming efforts ahead of online sports betting's state-wide launch. Additionally, BetMGM partners with the Boston Red Sox, giving the sportsbook a massive presence at Fenway Park. March 6, 2023: FanDuel Group lands MA sports betting partnership with NESN-home of the Bruins and Red Sox broadcasts. Details of the multi-year partnership include commercials, in-game sponsorship integrations, and pre-game features. March 2, 2023: The Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) votes to provide a waiver - until April 14, 2023 - for its prohibition on cost-per-acquisition (CPA) and revenue-sharing contracts between sports betting operators and third-party marketing affiliates. March 1, 2023: Massachusetts Gaming Commission Executive Director Karen Wells notes that the Bay State is still on track to launch legal online sports betting on March 10, 2023, at 10 a. m. ET. Seven online sportsbooks could be available on the go-live date. Feb. 28, 2023: The MCG awards Betway a temporary digital Massachusetts sports wagering license following confusion around Digital Gaming Corp's application in January. Betway plans to launch in early 2024. Feb. 27, 2023: The sports betting industry seeks tweaks to Massachusetts' proposed marketing rules, as the current regulations deny operators from entering into agreements with affiliates to advertise on their behalf. Operators warn this could cause issues since affiliates drive significant business to legal sportsbooks. Feb. 23, 2023: MGC Executive Director Karen Wells states that PointsBet is withdrawing its bid for an online sports betting license in Massachusetts. Additionally, Betway will not go live in 2023 due to a change in ownership, while Bally Bet and Fanatics are aiming for a May launch. Feb. 21, 2023: Caesars announces that it expects to undergo a full launch of its online sportsbook on March 10, 2023, in tandem with the arrival of state-wide legal online sports betting in Massachusetts. Feb. 17, 2023: A Fanatics spokesperson confirms that the company's sports betting platform will not be ready to launch on the state's tentative March 10, 2023, go-live date for legal online sports wagering. Feb. 14, 2023: The MGC states that wagering on college athletic awards, including the Heisman, is off the table for MA sports betting sites, at least for now. Feb. 9, 2023: Massachusetts Gaming Commission Executive Director Karen Wells announces she is proposing a tentative start date of March 10, 2023, for online sports betting in the state - just in time for March Madness. Feb. 12, 2023: With legal retail sports betting available, Bay Staters can wager on the Super Bowl for the first time. It is expected that revenue results from the event will be announced in March. Feb. 9, 2023: Massachusetts Gaming Commission Executive Director Karen Wells announces she is proposing a tentative start date of March 10, 2023, for online sports betting in the state - just in time for March Madness. Feb. 8, 2023: Massachusetts online sports betting remains on track for an early March 2023 launch. Feb. 2, 2023: MGC Executive Director Karen Wells says Massachusetts' retail betting launch was successful, and attention has now turned to the state's upcoming online sports wagering launch in March. Feb. 1, 2023: Genius Sports is awarded a temporary sports betting vendor license in MA. The company will provide its sports wagering product to legal Massachusetts sportsbook operators. Jan. 31, 2023: Legal retail sports betting officially launches in Massachusetts, with the state's three casinos - Encore Boston Harbor, MGM Springfield, and Plainridge Park Casino - now actively taking bets. Jan. 25, 2023: bet365 withdraws its bid for a Mass. sports betting license. Jan. 24, 2023: In an email to Covers, a Raynham Park spokesperson says bet365 is no longer its mobile partner. Raynham Park will partner with another online operator in MA. Jan. 23, 2023: Raynham Park partners with Caesars Entertainment for retail MA sports betting. Pending regulatory approval, Caesars Sportsbook will open a 30,000-square-foot retail location. Jan. 20, 2023: Massachusetts sports betting will go live at 10:00 a. m. ET on Jan. 31, 2023. MA's first retail sportsbooks will launch at this time. Jan. 19, 2023: The MGC approves six operators for temporary untethered Category 3 online sports betting licenses: Bally Bet, Betr, Betway, DraftKings, FanDuel, and PointsBet. Jan. 17, 2023: The MGC advances PointsBet's MA sports betting application, signaling its likelihood to secure an untethered license. Jan. 13, 2023: Expectations have been met for Betway to receive a mobile sports betting license in Massachusetts. However, the MGC still requires additional information about the company's owner - Super Group Ltd. - after a recent acquisition of Digital Gaming Corp. and subsequent restructuring. Jan. 12, 2023: The MGC approves Fanatics' online MA sports betting application. Fanatics Sportsbook will partner with Plainridge Park to offer online wagering in Massachusetts. Jan. 11, 2023: DraftKings meets the MGC's criteria for an online sports betting license in Massachusetts. Jan. 10, 2023: Jake Paul's Betr Sportsbook clears a significant hurdle in its efforts to secure a Massachusetts license. The microbetting-focused platform joins Bally Bet and FanDuel as operators that have met the expectations for standalone mobile licenses. Jan. 9, 2023: FanDuel satisfies MGC's eligibility criteria and will likely receive an untethered Massachusetts sports betting license. Jan. 6, 2023: The MGC begins reviewing untethered mobile MA sports betting license applications. Bally Bet is likely to receive an untethered license. Jan. 5, 2023: The Massachusetts Gaming Commission adjourns Fanatics' sports betting license application hearing without a vote. Jan. 4, 2023: Barstool Sportsbook is unanimously approved for an online tethered sports betting license in Massachusetts. Jan. 3, 2023: The MGC ends its hearing on Barstool Sportsbook's tethered MA sports betting license application without a vote. Dec. 22, 2022: The MGC meets to confirm that the launch of retail sports betting in Massachusetts will start on Jan. 31, 2023. Dec. 20, 2022: The Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) approves Caesars Sportsbook's application for a mobile wagering license, making it the third operator to receive a go-ahead nod for its online MA sports betting product. Regulators also give approval to PENN's Plainridge Park Casino, but opt to hold off on a review of Barstool Sportsbook's digital platform until January. Dec. 19, 2022: Digital and retail sports betting applications are approved for BetMGM and MGM Springfield. MGM joins Encore Boston Harbor as a licensed retail sportsbook that could launch in January or February 2023, while BetMGM joins WynnBET on the digital front, aiming for an early March 2023 go-live date. Dec. 16, 2022: Rep. David Muradian tells Covers that it will take time to ascertain whether the current Massachusetts sports betting model requires tweaks. Dec. 15, 2022: Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker is named the next president of the NCAA. Baker will take over in March 2023, presumably before the arrival of legal online MA sports betting. Dec. 14, 2022: The MGC wraps up a seven-hour session without voting on Caesars Sportsbook's Massachusetts online sports betting application. Dec. 13, 2022: The Massachusetts Gaming Commission approves WynnBET's application for a "Category 3" MA sports betting license. WynnBET's online sportsbook will be tethered to Encore Boston Harbor. Dec. 8, 2022: The first Massachusetts sports betting license is awarded to Encore Boston Harbor. The casino's "Category 1" retail sports betting license will allow it to feature a WynnBET sportsbook for in-person betting and partner with two mobile operators for online wagering (WynnBET and Caesars Sportsbook). Dec. 7, 2022: Massachusetts regulators defer a decision on the MGM Springfield casino's legal sports betting license application. Dec. 6, 2022: Massachusetts Gaming Commissioners defer a vote on Plainridge Park's sports betting license application to next week after voicing concerns over responsible gambling, advertising, and the casino's partnership with Barstool Sports. Dec. 5, 2022: The Massachusetts Gaming Commission plans to meet on Dec. 6, Dec. 7, and Dec. 8 to examine MA sports betting license applications from Plainridge Park, MGM Springfield, and Encore Boston Harbor. Nov. 29, 2022: The MGC approves MGM Springfield's late application for retail sports betting in Massachusetts by a vote of 5-0. MGM Springfield had filed its online sports betting paperwork for BetMGM and $400,000 in fees ($200,000 for each application) by the Nov. 21 deadline, but its retail application made its way to the MGC on Nov. 23. Nov. 25, 2022: The Boston Bruins improve to 18-3 after edging the Carolina Hurricanes by a score of 3-2. Nov. 21, 2022: The MGC announces that 15 Massachusetts sports betting operator applications were filed (12 online and three retail) before the 2 p. m. deadline. Nov. 18, 2022: Caesars Sportsbook gains Massachusetts online sports betting access by reaching an agreement with Wynn Resorts. Wynn's Encore Boston Harbor will allocate its second of two online skins to Caesars. Nov. 14, 2022: The Massachusetts Gaming Commission holds a virtual roundtable with representatives from the American Gaming Association, MLB, NESN, and others to discuss Massachusetts sports betting advertising regulations. Nov. 10, 2022: The Massachusetts Gaming Commission sets a Nov. 21, 2022, deadline for all MA sports betting license applications. Nov. 9, 2022: The rollout of legal sports betting at Raynham Park and Suffolk Downs, two MA simulcasting facilities, will be up for discussion on Thursday, Nov. 10, according to a meeting agenda from the Massachusetts Gaming Commission. Oct. 27, 2022: The Massachusetts Gaming Commission dismisses a request from DraftKings to host a universal launch date for sports betting. DraftKings claims a staggered launch will cause confusion, among other issues. Oct. 20, 2022: Competition for Massachusetts sports betting licenses continues, with more than 20 operators eyeing online sports betting skins. Oct. 13, 2022: The Massachusetts sports betting survey - extended to businesses that intend to apply for retail and online sports betting licenses - is due on Monday, Oct. 17. Oct. 8, 2022: In what amounts to a significant disappointment for sports bettors and sportsbooks, the Massachusetts Gaming Commission approved a timeline to push back the launch of online MA sports betting until March 2023. Oct. 6, 2022: Massachusetts sports betting regulators consider an "aggressive" and rough timeline that would see retail sportsbooks launch in January 2023 and MA betting sites go live in late February 2023. Oct. 5, 2022: The Massachusetts Gaming Commission will meet tomorrow to discuss potential MA sports betting launch dates. Retail sportsbooks could open their doors before online betting sites go live in MA. Sept. 22, 2022: The majority of a group of 20+ operators tell the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) that they prefer a universal start date for the launch of legal sports betting. Sept. 16, 2022: Provisions in MA's sports betting legislation add an additional wrinkle to a potential go-live date. With no cap on the number of temporary permits, and only 15 permanent licenses available, several online sportsbooks could be required to close up shop after just one year in Massachusetts. Sept. 13, 2022: As responsible gaming advocates push concerns such as the marketing of betting to young people, the Massachusetts Gaming Commission holds a virtual roundtable discussion with industry experts to thoroughly look into responsible gambling measures. Sept. 9, 2022: The Massachusetts sports betting rollout remains unclear. According to Massachusetts Gaming Commissioner Brad Hall, the state's first retail and online sportsbooks won't open in the coming weeks, with the formal launch likely in 2023 at the earliest. Sept. 6, 2022: FanDuel and Caesars file notices of intent, meaning 42 applicants are vying for the 15 initial Massachusetts sports betting licenses up for grabs. Aug. 11, 2022: Massachusetts regulators expect over 40 sports wagering operators to apply for online sportsbook licenses in the state. There are 15 total licenses available, three of which are already sure to go to Barstool, BetMGM, and WynnBET. Aug. 10, 2022: Gov. Charlie Baker signs H. 5164 into law. Online and retail sports betting are officially coming to Massachusetts. Aug. 9, 2022: Wynn reaffirms its plans to push its WynnBET online sportsbook live as soon as legal Massachusetts sports betting launches. Aug. 8, 2022: All eyes are on Gov. Charlie Baker. Baker is expected to sign Massachusetts sports betting into law by Thursday's deadline. Aug. 4, 2022: The Massachusetts Gaming Commission estimates the state will launch legal online MA sports betting in three to six months. Aug. 1, 2022: At approximately 5 a. m. ET, the Sports Betting Conference Committee announces an agreement has been reached to bring legal sports betting to Massachusetts. July 21, 2022: House Speaker Ron Mariano says House and Senate negotiators are "far apart" with just 10 days to go. College sports betting appears to be a deal breaker, with the House insisting on its inclusion in any Massachusetts sports betting legislation. July 17, 2022: Senate President Karen Spilka states that she's 'hopeful' a compromise on sports betting legislation will come prior to the July 31 deadline. Spilka also vows that her chamber would take a roll call vote on the active bill. June 22, 2022: With the July 31 deadline just over five weeks away, negotiations are ongoing in Massachusetts. College sports betting, tax rates on revenue, and the number of MA sports wagering operator licenses issued remain sticking points. June 9, 2022: A House-Senate conference committee meets for the first time to begin negotiations on legal sports betting in Massachusetts. June 3, 2022: With the Boston Celtics in the NBA Finals, Gov. Charlie Baker laments that sports betting revenue is seeping over state lines. He uses the example to once again publicly push for the legalization of the practice in the state. May 10, 2022: WynnBET sees Massachusetts sports betting as a 'significant catalyst' for growth. The casino and hotel operator reports the adjusted loss for Wynn's interactive division, which houses WynnBET. April 28, 2022: The House and Senate must reconcile their differences on revised Massachusetts sports betting legislation before Governor Charlie Baker, a proponent of legalizing sports betting, can sign the bill into law. April 25, 2022: The Massachusetts Senate is on track to debate new legal MA sports betting legislation on Thursday, April 28, 2022. Feb. 18, 2022: Boston-based DraftKings identifies Massachusetts as a possible landing spot for its mobile sportsbook during its Q4 earnings call. Jan. 24, 2022: Gov. Charlie Baker reiterates his willingness to sign off on a bill to legalize sports betting should the House and Senate pass a measure before the legislative session comes to a close. Nov. 18, 2021: DraftKings and the Boston Bruins announce a multi-faceted partnership whereby the Boston-based sports betting operator will become the club's official daily fantasy sports partner and eventual sports betting partner should Massachusetts legalize it. October 2021: Sen. Eric Lesser relays that the Senate has not yet come to a consensus on the topic of sports betting, despite declaring three months prior that his chamber was prepared to approve legislation that would legalize the practice. His version of the bill (S 269) remains under active consideration by the Senate Ways and Means Committee. July 2021: The Massachusetts House approves a bill (HB 3993) via an overwhelming 156-3 vote that would legalize sports betting in Massachusetts. April 2021: The state's House Ways and Means Committee excludes sports betting revenues from its forthcoming budget draft, adding yet another roadblock to the practice's legalization. February 2021: Heading into the 2021 legislative session, Governor Charlie Baker files and introduces a bill (for the third time) that would legalize sports betting in the state of Massachusetts. January 2021: Legislators introduce five major sports betting bills, three by the House and two by the Senate. November 2020: Lawmakers do not include a legalization provision in their 2021 budget, effectively ending any hopes for the arrival of sports betting in Massachusetts in 2020. July 2020: The state Senate opts not to include Massachusetts sports betting as part of its economic development plan, as it feels attaching the two bills isn't the proper way to introduce the practice. May 2018: The Supreme Court (SCOTUS) overturns the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA), enabling each U. S. state to formally legalize and regulate sports betting.
Maine: Not legal, but legislation proposed. Oregon didn't need to pass new legislation because they already had limited sports betting legality established at the state level, but they didn't officially start taking bets until August of 2019. You want to play at an online casino with a strong reputation in the industry. You would then increase your bet to $2, and if you win again, your bet increases to $4. Maine: Not legal, but legislation proposed. Oregon didn't need to pass new legislation because they already had limited sports betting legality established at the state level, but they didn't officially start taking bets until August of 2019.
Maine: Not legal, but legislation proposed.
Oregon didn't need to pass new legislation because they already had limited sports betting legality established at the state level, but they didn't officially start taking bets until August of 2019.
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