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    Silent Delaware Gearing Up For Sports Betting?

    SOURCE- CALVIN AYRE

    Delaware is preparing to roll out its professional and out-of-state college sports betting offerings should the high court decide in favor of New Jersey’s petition, Delaware Online reported.

    State Finance Director Rick Geisenberger said Delaware may be able to introduce betting on professional sports within weeks after the Supreme Court issued its ruling, which could come as early as June.

    At the moment, Delaware’s offerings are limited to parlays or multi-game betting on football.

    “If we can get to market faster than some of our neighbors there could be some real upside,” Geisenberger said, according to the news outlet. “We’re working to roll it out as quickly as possible.”

    Meanwhile, state lottery director Vernon Kirk said the tentative plan of the Delaware
    Gov. John Carney’s administration is to initially confine betting on NFL, NBA, NHL, major league baseball and out-of-state college sports teams at the state’s three casinos.

    Unlike New Jersey, Delaware doesn’t need legislative action to begin offering sports betting since the state is considered as one of the four states that are exempted from the 1992 nationwide ban on sports gambling.

    Kirk, however, said they will let their lawyershavea second look at the law even though they believe that the state “doesn’t need to return to the [General Assembly to institute full scale sports betting].”

    If the Carney administration’s plan pushes through, sports betting will provide the much needed financial boost to the struggling Delaware Park,
    Dover Downs Hotel and Casino, and Harrington Raceway, according to the report.

    New Jersey wants to allow sports gambling at its casinos and race tracks, and to collect the taxes from it.
    At least 10 other states say they’re ready to allow sports betting if New Jersey wins.

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    Re: Silent Delaware Gearing Up For Sports Betting?

    let's hope so!

    Thanks Vixen!

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