State senators might try to legalize commercial casinos this year, but that shouldn’t affect North Carolina’s sports betting chances.
North Carolina’s sports betting launch window will give the industry plenty of time to prepare, but that timeline is still subject to change.
North Carolina doesn’t allow for online racebooks, and the state’s new sports betting bill wouldn’t change that either.
It’s almost been one month since North Carolina’s sports betting bill moved forward. The upcoming crossover deadline is slowing down process.
Legal sports betting can be a contentious topic, but North Carolina is creating a blueprint for how to make things as simple as possible.
A handful of universities in the U.S. have created their own sports betting bans, but these policies are virtually impossible to enforce.
Not every state allows its residents to use credit cards to fund their sportsbook accounts. North Carolina’s future is up in the air.
Every sports betting state has a different list of options available for betting. Which options are likely to win approval in North Carolina?
North Carolina could eventually have up to 12 online sportsbooks available in the state. Is that enough to serve a healthy market?
In-person sports betting already exists in North Carolina, but in a limited form. The new sports betting bill could finally change that.