Andrew Dana wrote in Sports Business Journal about the key factors for teams and businesses to consider as they look to benefit from North Carolina's new sports betting law.
"North Carolina is joining more than 30 states that allow sports betting, with mobile bets allowed across the state and in-person bets allowed at eight sports venues," Andrew wrote with co-author Trey Ellis. "The competition has begun for companies to secure the 12 licenses to serve as sports wagering operators — a cap that puts North Carolina slightly below the midrange of license limits in other states."
"The parameters for North Carolina's licenses give a major advantage to companies who partner with the teams and businesses behind the state's professional stadiums, arenas, racetracks, and golf courses," they continued. "While the license applications were not yet available as of this writing, the text of the sports wagering law itself lays out the key factors for teams and companies to consider as they look to maximize new opportunities in North Carolina."
You can read the full article here: How the business of sports betting is shaping up in North Carolina
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