Yeah! Geez… must be a slow news week! We’re going to be filming in Sin City this holiday weekend, so if you’re in town come on down and crash our party! Thursday afternoon we will be filming down by the Las Vegas sign on the south end of the strip between Mandalay Bay and the MGM Grand, while Thursday night you can find us all up and down Fremont Street. Friday evening come and join us right smack in the middle of the action around Bally’s, Bellagio and Caesars Palace. And Saturday… well Saturday I’m drinking heavily and sitting at the poker tables.
Online gambling website Casinoslots-ie offer free spins bonus and they are really free and what`s about sports betting regulation… we’ve told you about the new legislation getting passed in Iowa and Tennessee and Montana. Iowa has become the 11th state to regulate betting on sports if you don’t count Tennessee, because technically the governor hasn’t signed it yet… but it’s coming… it’s going to happen. Residents and Iowa, however can now bet on sporting events at any of the state’s land-based casinos.. and they can even go online and play fantasy sports at FanDuel and DraftKings.
One additional side note is that Oregon here will soon be regulating sports wagers. Oregon is an interesting case because they are one of four states, like Nevada, that could have been regulating sports betting this whole time… they just haven’t for some strange reason. Sports betting bills are also pushing their way ever so slowly through Arkansas and New York, plus there’s legislation in Colorado which could go to the voters this November to regulate the activity… so stay tuned. After the break we’re going to be talking about another major television network that’s partnered with the gambling company.
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Not to be outdone, ESPN sports network has reached an agreement with Caesars Entertainment. As part of the deal ESPN will broadcast their Daily Wager sports betting program right from the Linq Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas… which means, unfortunately, the show hosts will probably have to walk down the Vegas strip to get to their studio . But on a positive note, they will get literature on how to get a hooker to their room in less than 30 minutes