FOX 10's John Hook talks to Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich about his lawsuit against the Biden administration's vaccine mandate and Chuck Murphy about legalized sports betting in our state.
Nobody won the Powerball jackpot Friday night, meaning the grand prize is now worth an estimated $416 million.
Arizona has now joined more than half the states in allowing betting on sports, just three years after it was allowed by the U.S. Supreme Court. The state hopes to pull in tens of millions of dollars in annual revenue from legalized gambling.
The sports betting expansion in Arizona could face a roadblock amid a lawsuit filed by a Native American tribe in the state that claims the expansion is unconstitutional.
The Tohono O’odham Nation was granted an event wagering license, allowing it to open an online sports betting platform by fall, expanding options for betting on sports throughout Arizona.
It’s the first partnership between a college bowl game and a company that specializes in sports betting. Caesars will host fan lounges at the Fiesta Bowl in suburban Glendale and at the Guaranteed Rate Bowl, which is played at Chase Field in downtown Phoenix.
In addition to State Farm Stadium in Glendale, sportsbooks will be built at Wild Horse Pass, Lone Butte, and Vee Quiva.
Arizona gambling regulators said they hope to have new licenses for sports gambling issued by the start of the 2021 National Football League season in September.
The tribes fiercely protected their exclusive right to most gambling in Arizona under the gaming compact approved by the state’s voters in 2002 and will continue to get that protection under the new deal.
Sports betting is now legal in Arizona and one company has big plans. FOX 10's Nicole Garcia has the details.
This week on Newsmaker Saturday, we talk education and the new gaming compacts in Arizona. John Hook speaks with Superintendent of Public Instruction, Kathy Hoffman and Jessica Welman with PlayUSA.
The measure adds additional types of table games at tribal casinos and for the first time allows sports betting under licenses issued to tribes and pro sports teams. It also allows gambling on fantasy sports and new Keno games at horse race tracks and fraternal organizations.
The PGA Tour and the daily fantasy sports site DraftKings announced they will open a retail sportsbook at the TPC Scottsdale. The announcement comes after Arizona lawmakers approved House Bill 2772, which clears the way for sports betting and fantasy sports to operate legally.
Sports betting in Arizona is one step closer to becoming a reality once the governor signs it into law. We take a look at what it could mean in the state and how it'll be executed.
Sports betting could soon become legal in Arizona as the bill was passed by the Senate and now heads to the governor's desk.
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A decade ago, state gambling regulators accused Artichoke Joe's of engaging in loan-sharking activities, illegal drug sales, and failing to properly report violations, according to the most recent allegations. As part of that settlement, the card room did not contest the illegal loans allegation and the state dropped its claims of illegal drug sales and the reporting failure.