Records Show MLB, NBA Now Lobbying On Sports Betting In Nearly A Dozen States
There are three primary parties involved in the movement toward widespread, legal sports betting.
- There are operators, mostly casino owners, who want to offer the product to their customers with as few financial burdens as practical.
- Then there are the leagues, pitching themselves as the foundations of integrity and seeking direct compensation from those operators.
- And then there are the lawmakers, trying to craft mutually agreeable legislation that reserves a slice for the state