Sportsbook Articles (Page 28)

Sportsbook Articles

Canada is extremely similar to the USA in terms of gambling laws, rules and regulations. Indeed, in the USA, Nevada is the only state where betting on single sporting events...
Not so long ago, most bookmakers confined their activities to racing and sports events, along with a few “exotic” markets such as award competitions and political elections. Despite the...
In order to wager on racing or sports at a betting shop, all that’s necessary is to tell a ticket writer what event one wants to back and the amount of the bet. The writer will enter th...
Unlike most Latin America countries, Mexico has not fully embraced gambling, but it has taken a more liberal stance toward betting than its neighbor to the north—the United States. Desp...
Based upon GDP per capita, Austria ranks among the ten wealthiest nations in the world. It rose from the ashes of Word War II, joined the United Nations in 1955 and became a member of t...
Post-colonial Argentina has grown to becoming one of the leading nations of South America. Since shaking off its subservience to Spain in 1880, the republic has extended considerable fr...
Following the Second Indochina War of 1959-1975, Vietnam emerged as an independent nation under communist rule. There was much rebuilding to do, and the nation put the entirety of its e...
Hungary was on the losing side of World War II, which resulted in lost territory and a devastated homeland. The once-proud country became an Eastern Bloc satellite during the Cold War, ...
When Napoleon deposed the King of Spain in 1810, it paved the way for Chile to became an independent nation—an event that finally came about in 1818. Despite numerous changes in governm...
As the host of government for the European Union, Belgium ought to set an example regarding trade and diplomacy, but that has not been the case of late as regards gambling legislation. ...
The Czech people are known for their easy-going demeanor and openness to change. They emerged from behind the Iron Curtain during the so-called “Velvet Revolution” of 1989, when the cha...
South Korea is still a relatively young nation, formed as the Republic of Korea at the conclusion of World War II and partitioned from North Korea in 1948. Armed conflict between the tw...