New online casino in the state 2020
By Reuters Sports Editor
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The New York State Lottery and the New York State Police will reportedly begin joint exercises soon, following an initial announcement by the Virginia State Gambling Commission that such a move would be made.
The Associated Press news agency reported that the Virginia Gaming Commission initially planned for July 1, 2019, but has now revised it to postpone the start of the new year to November at the earliest.
It is reported that the New York State Lottery and the New York State Police would immediately begin a joint training, following an earlier announcement by the Virginia State Gambling Commission that such a move would be made.
In Virginia, it is reported, the long campaign to legalize casinos took a big step Sunday after state lawmakers approved a measure to see suitable places for gambling in five different cities. According to a Sunday report by local television broadcaster WSET-TV, the Virginia House of Delegates approved the casino proposal yesterday with a vote of 60 to 35, just 24 hours after a member of the Virginia Senate Congress made the same move approved at 27 – equally comfortable. to twelve rands.
The newspaper reported that the law was enacted in November by Virginia Senator Lillie Louise Lucas and now requires Governor Nathan Deal, the governor of Virginia, to sign. The event will allow the cities of Danville, Richmond, Bristol, Portsmouth and Norfolk to hold local referendums as early as November to ask residents if they want their community to offer casinos.
In the related news and broadcaster Richmond, WWBT-TV on Sunday used a report to indicate that local lawmakers at the same legislative session took a second step to legalize sports cars in the five proposed casinos. Furthermore, the law would stipulate that approximately 8.5 million people move online sports legally and under the auspices of the Virginia Lottery with between four and twelve licenses to be issued.
The online news domain reported that this latest move, which also requires the permission of the Democratic governor of the southern states before it becomes law, will not allow critics to get involved in any of the college sports events involving Virginia teams. He indicated that the law would ban all sports in the college and that licensed operators should use official league data to determine bets in the game.
It was also reported that the Virginia Sports Bill would give preference to any professional sports team willing to relocate to ‘The Old Dominion State’ and that operators should use alternative payment methods such as deposits and prepaid deposits.
In Oregon, lottery officials will reveal that the new mobile sports service that launched the scoreboard in October is on track to lose nearly $ 5.3 million in the first nine months of its operation.