Senator Richard Blumenthal, asserting that gambling causes “very real harm” to students, has asked 66 colleges to provide information about their marketing relationships with sportsbooks.
By Kevin Draper
Las Vegas will host a men’s basketball regional this week, the men’s Final Four in 2028 and numerous other college championships — all prompted by changes in how the N.C.A.A. has viewed the city.
By Billy Witz
It’s easy to pick a bracket with a solid chance for a middling finish. It’s harder to cut through some mediocre advice to push toward a win.
By Victor Mather
Hard-fought deals for casinos gave many tribes a critical economic lifeline. When the doors opened to widespread sports betting, others wanted in on the gambling business.
By David W. Chen, Mark Walker and Kenneth P. Vogel
Legal betting on the Super Bowl will be available at the game for the first time.
Bets on specific outcomes, like the length of the national anthem, are expected to account for half of the $7 billion wagered on the Super Bowl in the United States.
By David Hill
After Kansas City and its injured stars were installed as a slim favorite, the early money poured in on Philadelphia.
A New Jersey fan of sports and gambling who became one of the country’s top television handicappers: What are the odds?
By Richard Sandomir
After a long-held stiff arm to Las Vegas, the N.F.L. has in short order selected the city to host a Pro Bowl, a Super Bowl and a draft.
By Ken Belson
While consensus existed over college athletes being able to earn from endorsements, there were splits on gambling and paying player salaries.
By David W. Chen