The Doggy Juice Podcast: Two years post-PASPA

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It has been two years since the Supreme Court’s landmark decision to repeal the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) ushered in a new era of legalized, regulated sports betting in America. In a new episode of the Doggy Juice Pod, I examine the good, the bad and the ugly of the industry on the anniversary of the day that changed it entirely.

18 states are up and running, with four more and Washington D.C. ready to launch – and others poised to follow suit. Which states are getting it right and which ones aren’t? Where does the industry go from here and what impact will the COVID-19 pandemic have on the industry’s path?

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If you’re interested in hearing where things stand and where things are going in the American sports betting space two years after the repeal of PASPA, listen here: