With just three weeks to go until the biggest day in sports betting, it’s looking less likely that you’ll be able to place a Super Bowl bet in the District. Investigative Reporter Jodie Fleischer explains why.
With just three weeks to go until the biggest day in sports betting, it’s looking less likely that Super Bowl bets will be placed in the District this year. The fastest way to get approved for a provisional license in D.C. is to work with a sports betting provider that’s already operational in another approved gaming jurisdiction. Capital One...
There’s a chance sports betting in the District could arrive in time for the Super Bowl. Capital One Arena has filed the first application for a “Class A” provisional sports betting license, meaning they want to allow wagering on the property. The “Class A” designation is reserve for D.C.’s four major sporting venues, including Audi Field, Nationals Park and...