Connecticut has become the latest US start to legalize sports betting after the Department for Consumer Protection approved licenses to the relevant physical casinos in the Constitution State. Initially, retail outlets will allow sports betting, but online betting is set to follow swiftly behind. Reports suggest that the sports betting industry will bring in as much as $19 million in the first year of legalization and $23 million in tax revenue. No doubt, players in the state will be looking for all the assistance they can get when it comes to placing their initial wagers in the sports betting market. […]
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