California Sports Betting Revenue: An Insider’s Guide

August 4, 2022 | By: Chris Gerlacher

The heights that California sports betting revenue could reach make California a tantalizing sports betting market. California is the most populous states, at just under 40 million people, and it has enough wealth to support a lucrative sports betting industry. However, the financial terms can be confusing for bettors and analysts outside the sports betting […]

NAACP Sues for ‘Deceptive’ Use of Its Name in No on Prop 26 Ballot Materials

August 3, 2022 | By: Brant James

The California-Hawaii State Conference of the NAACP has filed suit in Sacramento Superior Court to remove what it calls “deceptive and inappropriate use of its name” from a ballot argument urging voters against California sports betting Prop 26. The NAACP supports the measure, which would legalize retail sports betting at California tribal casinos only. Prop […]

Major California Newspaper Urges Readers to Vote No on Prop 26 and Prop 27

August 2, 2022 | By: Dan Holmes

One of the San Francisco Bay Area’s leading news sources has published a scathing editorial against California sports betting, advocating no votes on both Prop 26 and Prop 27. “The last thing California needs is more gambling,” the Mercury News wrote in an editorial published July 29. The paper warns against an industry that “often […]