Weekly News Video: The Gambling Update, Episode 11

US Bets Managing Editor Eric Raskin breaks down the week in U.S. online gambling and sports betting in The Gambling Update.

  • A federal judge in New Hampshire ruled in favor of the state lottery over the DOJ in the Wire Act reinterpretation case, possibly ending Sheldon Adelson’s latest attack on online gaming expansion.
  • The Illinois legislature unexpectedly passed a sports betting bill, but it’s deeply flawed and is meeting with a mixed reaction from the industry.
  • James Holzhauer’s historic Jeopardy! run is over, ending in dramatic fashion with him on the verge of surpassing Ken Jennings for prize money won.

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