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Dec/26/2017

Find all the latest news pertaining to Star Sports Bookmakers, also known as StarSportsBet.co.uk. 


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2017

Star Sports Bookmakers Accused Over Blackface Diane Abbott Tweet - Star Sports Bookmakers has been accused of racism after it posted an "impressive" picture of a man blacked-up as politician Diane Abbott on social media.  It showed a man wearing blackface at a darts competition and holding up a sign reading "190" - lampooning the shadow home secretary for her grasp of numbers. The maximum score off three darts is 180.  The tweet was captioned: "An early contender for best fancy dress costume at the #PDC #WorldDartsChampionships tonight at #AllyPally."

Gambling News

Handful of US States are poised to legalize sports betting

Handful of US States Are Poised to Legalize Sports Betting

The number of states allowing sports betting is poised to expand.  Governors in Montana and Iowa are considering measures that would allow residents to wager on sports, while Indiana lawmakers are scheduled to approve their own version as early as Wednesday.

Betting on Sports America Kicks Off Full Throttle Wednesday

The Meadowlands Exposition Center was adorned with banners for this week's Betting on Sports America. 

WalletHub: Most Gambling Addicted States

WalletHub: Most Gambling Addicted States

WalletHub.com has released its findings for the most gambling addicted US states.

The Day of Reckoning as Hoosiers to Decide on Sports Betting

Indiana Running Out of Time This Session for Sports Betting Bill Passage

Lawmakers were poised to decide whether Indiana would begin allowing sports betting from books licensed by the state.

There's a Bright Spot in Rhode Island's Beleaguered Sports Betting Market After All

There's a Bright Spot in Rhode Island's Beleaguered Sports Betting Market After All

Rhode Island sportsbooks had their best month yet in March, thanks to bets from college basketball fans.

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