Six Tribal Nations have petitioned Governor Kate Brown with concerns about a new generation of historical horse racing machines (HHRs). The petition comes ahead of the Flying Lark, a proposed Oregon gambling and entertainment center in Grants Pass. The Tribes expressly say that a comprehensive review is overdue for the state’s gambling laws, last updated […]
Almost three-quarters of Oregon Lottery VLT retailers are open and more than half of the state’s video lottery terminals are up and running.
More sports will be available to wager on during the summer months.
After seeing net profits decline by 49% in March, Lottery cut $7.4 million from its budget on May 7, eliminating 60 jobs – or 13% of its total workforce.
Bundesliga will resume matches on Saturday, May 16 without spectators physically in attendance.
Oregon Lottery’s overall net profit last month was $37.6 million, down 49% from $74 million in March of 2019.
Technology provider SBTech is contracted with Oregon Lottery to provide the online platform for Scoreboard, the state’s sports betting app.
SBTech earns a larger share of the state lottery’s sports betting revenue than was originally made public.
The attack prompted SBTech to shut down more than 50 online gaming sites worldwide that run on its proprietary platform.
Bettors are taking a glance at many unheralded sports.