Legalised mobile sports betting in New York has been the dream of many in the gaming industry since the U.S. Supreme Court repealed PASPA. Earlier this week lawmakers reached an agreement on a plan that could produce $500 million in annual revenue three years after launching mobile betting in the state.
However, complications surrounding the deal between Governor Andrew Cuomo and legislators has led to confusion and frustration among stakeholders, creating an empire state of uncertainty.
In the latest episode of the podcast, we are joined by U.S. gaming expert and VIXIO GamblingCompliance Reporter Matt Carey. We discuss a range of topics including; how the unique New York model could work in practice, who could potentially gain access to one of the coveted sports betting markets in the U.S., and some of the biggest outstanding questions surrounding the plan.