Four Years After Sports Gambling Went Legal Nationwide, Americans Have Wagered $125 Billion

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By Tobias Carroll In 2018, a Supreme Court ruling paved the way for sports betting across the United States. The ruling left several elements open for further discussion, including whether or not specific sports would regulate betting themselves and how different states would handle the matter. But it’s been a seismic shift nonetheless — something that was once limited to a number of locations across the country is now ubiquitous, complete with high-profile advertising. Four years later, what has the effect of that ruling brought with it? A new report at The Guardian offers an in-depth look at…

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