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4 Lingering Questions As NY Launches Mobile Sports Betting

Law360 (April 15, 2021, 8:45 PM EDT) -- New Yorkers may soon be able to place sports wagers via their smartphones after state lawmakers legalized mobile and online sports betting, but concerns over the state-run model and potentially onerous revenue-sharing could complicate its rollout.

While in-person sports betting at casinos has been legal in New York, mobile and online betting, which account for the vast majority of betting in other states, had been hampered by constitutional questions and opposition from Gov. Andrew Cuomo. But with the state reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic and 15 other states, including neighbors New Jersey and Pennsylvania, having already passed mobile and online betting,...

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