A committee just gave North Carolina’s new online sports betting bill its first hearing today. The bill passed, but with some challenges.
If NC legalizes online sports betting, it will create millions of new tax dollars each year. A dozen entities would be spending that money.
Lawmakers plan to launch North Carolina online sports betting on Jan. 1, 2024. That would let residents bet on next year’s March Madness.
The Big Dance is finally here, and basketball fans in North Carolina have a few different options for betting on March Madness this year.
Lawmakers are taking another swing at bringing online sports betting to North Carolina. The road to legalization began today for a new bill.
If North Carolina legalizes sports betting, then the state will have a fresh $2 million to spend every year on fighting gambling addiction.
2023 could be the year that North Carolina finally legalizes online sports betting. The odds are looking favorable for the state’s new bill.
If North Carolina legalizes online sports betting, then these huge online apps will be on their way to take bets in the state.
North Carolina hasn’t been as quick to embrace gambling as Virginia or Tennessee. The state’s new sports betting bill might change that.
March is National Problem Gambling Awareness Month, and North Carolina has plenty of free resources available to help those in need.