Mobile Sports Betting Live in PA, Could Go Live in NY Next Month

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“It’s possible,” New York Governor Andrew Cuomo told WAMC radio host Alan Chartock. “I think the time is short and the list is long, so I would counsel the legislative leaders to get the priorities done, because these priorities are not easy.”

What stands out here is that Cuomo has not supported mobile sports wagering in the state without an amendment to the state constitution.  He appears to have changed course.

“The last conversation I had with . . . the governor’s office was last week, and we were still not on the same page,” said Joseph Addabbo, a sponsor of the mobile sports betting bill and chairman of the Senate Gaming and ­Wagering Committee.

Addabbo's bill would still require individuals to register in person at one of the state's four casinos before they can place bets online.

Time is not on the side of those pushing the sports betting agenda as New York's legislative session concludes the end of June.

Meanwhile, SugarHouse in Philadelphia began offering online sports betting as part of a three day test period.  If all goes well, SugarHouse could begin taking online sports bets 24 hours a day starting on Friday.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com



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