The NCLC approved seven sports betting suppliers to assist online sportsbooks. Here’s a brief rundown of the approved entities.
Google has updated its ad policy to allow online sports betting ads in NC. This comes a month before the launch of online sports betting.
Epic Games, the Cary-based creator of Fortnite, recently sold $1.5B in shares to Disney, a deal that could impact NC esports betting.
Disney plans to expand the reach of ESPN Bet, giving the sportsbook launching in NC in March the chance to compete with top rival sportsbooks.
The much-anticipated Duke/UNC rematch on March 9 is top-of-mind for NC sports fans. But will you be able to bet the game online? Read on.
BetMGM upgraded its sports betting app prior to Super Bowl 58. Read about the features NC sports bettors can expect from the new app.
When sports betting goes online in North Carolina on March 11, bettors will be allowed to place controversial props bets—for now. See why:
The top two US sportsbooks have ads on X for NC residents. How often do they show up and which other books will follow their lead? Read on.
The Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers meet in Super Bowl 58 on Sunday, February 11. Where will you be at kickoff? How comfortable will you be for the halftime show? Are you responsible for the nachos and the chicken wings? Harrah’s casinos in North Carolina have Super Bowl events worthy of the most […]
A new poll by Meredith College finds 54% of NC residents support casinos. That’s up 9% from a similar survey by NCSharp. Read on for details.