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US – Elys and Grand Central land ‘paradigm shifting’ Class B license in Washington, DC

Sports betting company Elys Game Technology, has teamed up with the Grand Central Restaurant & Bar located in the Adams Morgan area of Washington, D.C., to land a Class B sports betting license that represents a potential paradigm shift for the sports betting market across the US. Granted by the District of Columbia’s Office of…

US – GambetDC to open four in-person sports books in Colombia

GambetDC, the DC Lottery’s sportsbook, is teaming up with with local businesses such as Ben’s Next Door, Lou’s City Bar, Takoma Station Tavern, and Dirty Water, allowing them to launch their own in-person sportsbooks. On Friday, July 30, these locations will host events for customers to showcase the new self-service sports betting kiosks with local…

US – Appeals Court kicks out claim over Intralot’s award of Washington D.C. sports betting contract

The appeal from Dylan Carragher, a Washington D.C. businessman, contesting the $215m sports betting contract awarded to Intralot has been rejected by the appeals court. Carragher claimed the sole-source contract violated the federal Home Rule Act and the D.C. Procurement Practice Reform Act of 2010 in bypassing the tender process. The D.C. Court of Appeals…

US – Newgioco obtains GLI certification for Elys platform in Washington D.C.

Newgioco has obtained the GLI’s ‘Events Wagering System’ certification standard GLI-33 for its Elys Betting Platform to operate in Washington D.C. The GLI-33 technical specifications standard certifies Newgioco’s Elys betting system and retail functionality of the Point of Sale (POS) Terminal and is the first phase of the company’s multi-tiered plan to unveil its new…

US – Washington D.C. to allow sports betting at stadiums and lottery outlets

Legislators in Washington have said yes in a vote to introduce sports betting, meaning the US capital will be the first sports betting market to open independently from a casino industry. The future industry will be overseen by the D.C. Lottery which is operated by Intralot. Sports betting was approved by a 11-2 vote with…