By Mick Akers, Las Vegas Sun
The Supreme Court’s recent overturning of a federal ban on sports betting could clear the path for New York to become the largest U.S. sports wagering market.
By 2023, New York is projected to rake in $700 million annually from sports bets, according to projections by GamblingCompliance, an independent service that monitors gambling legislation.
2023 annual revenues in New Jersey and Pennsylvania are also projected to surpass those of Nevada, estimated at about $300 million. In 2017, Nevada notched a record $248 million in sports wagers.