Latest New Hampshire Sports Betting News

Casinos Could Kill One Sports Betting Bill In NH, But Elevate Another

By Daniel Borjas | April 24, 2019

NH SB 310 passed 13-11 in the Senate and is heading to the House. NH HB 480 passed 269-82 in the House and is heading to the Senate. Both bills have a good chance of legalizing sports betting in New Hampshire. CONCORD, N.H. – New Hampshire State Congress has passed two sports betting bills so … Read more

Federal Court To Hear Case From New Hampshire Against The Wire Act

By Daniel Borjas | April 20, 2019

New Hampshire is suing over new Department of Justice interpretation of the Wire Act. New Interpretation could cost New Hampshire $90 million a year in revenue. The lawsuit may create a path to eliminate the federal law. CONCORD, N.H. – A federal court heard a case on Thursday from New Hampshire who is suing the … Read more

Local Sports Bookies In NH To Face Dilemma With States Winning Teams

By Sierra Kennedy | April 8, 2019

Sports betting bill HB 480 may legalize sports betting in NH later this year. NH may have issues with gambling revenue due to its winning teams. HB 480 projected to generate between $1.5 million and $7.5 million in its first year of operation. CONCORD, N.H – New Hampshire houses sports teams with winning cultures and … Read more

New Hampshire Sports Betting Courts Passage As Virtuous Trendsetter

By Daniel Borjas | March 20, 2019

New Hampshire legislators hope buzzwords like “education,” “mental health” will push sports betting legalization over the finish line. N.H. Gov. Chris Sununu has already voiced support for legal sports betting. The New Hampshire Lottery would administer and oversee sports wagering in the state. CONCORD, N.H. – Every state that has been considering sports betting legalization … Read more