As some operators review their partnerships with leagues, and at least one state is revisiting its official data policy, representatives from major sports leagues say much of the U.S. market is still using its data and that the value in doing so remains high.
Following the rapid expansion of sports betting and online gaming in the U.S. over the last five years, lawmakers in several states have introduced bills during the 2023 legislative sessions that are designed to increase awareness as well as funding for problem gambling prevention and treatment services.
A senior Democratic senator has expressed “grave concerns” about Caesars Entertainment’s efforts to promote sports betting on two college campuses that seemingly violate the marketing standards established by the industry’s own trade body.
This expanded report tracks partnerships signed by casinos, sportsbook operators, tech providers, leagues and media companies since the U.S. Supreme Court ruling of May 2018 and surveys the market landscape for online sports betting and internet gaming in 24 key states, including Ohio, Maryland and Massachusetts.
This report outlines the current legal and regulatory framework for different forms of internet gambling at the federal and state level, provides analysis of recent legislative actions and identifies key bills and regulatory trends to watch in the coming months.
Complementing VIXIO GamblingCompliance's monthly U.S. Sports Betting Tracker, this report provides high-level intelligence on the fast-growing U.S. markets for online casino gaming or iGaming and iLottery games based on VIXIO analysis of recent regulatory events and published market data, plus views from VIXIO analysts on key markets, legislative proposals and policy trends to watch in the coming months.
Although sports betting continues to capture most of the headlines, the U.S. iGaming market has experienced phenomenal growth over the past 18 months, swiftly establishing the U.S. among the very largest online markets in the world.
This monthly report details state-level and overall market trends in the fast-growing U.S. iGaming space. Online market shares by license holder and associated brand(s) feature alongside headline GGR, year-on-year growth and trailing-12-month trends by product category.
Michigan registered flat-to-negative sportsbook handle growth for the sixth month in row in February, with momentum having stalled somewhat as the state's online market enters its third year of operation. Weak handle trends during the 2022 NFL season partially reflected a steady drop-off in promotional intensity that has been exhibited most starkly in recent months by BetMGM, while, somewhat ominously for the competition, an increasingly dominant FanDuel garnered a 99 percent share of adjusted online revenue in February.
Latest monthly Online Gaming Report data from the Michigan Gaming Control Board. The data released for the state contains the following information: Gross receipts, adjusted gross receipts and market shares by operator/brand. There are approximately 1,435 data points in this document.
This monthly report benchmarks key data from the emerging, highly-prized U.S. sports betting sector, projected to be worth $16bn-22bn in annual GGR by 2026. State-specific handle, gross revenue and gross margin figures are accompanied by online market shares by license holder and associated brand(s).
This monthly report spans more than 100,000 data points, detailing trends in U.S. land-based commercial gaming since the start of 2007. Key headline casino metrics, split by state, region and market, sit alongside data from other emerging segments such as VGTs and instant racing.