Gamble On is a podcast presented by USBets.com, hosted by Eric Raskin and John Brennan, covering the legal gambling industry. From sports betting to casino games, from live play to online action, Gamble On analyzes the latest news and welcomes expert guests to share their perspectives on everything happening in the gambling world.
171: SBC Summit, more Florida fireworks, California legalization and more with Richard Schuetz
USBets.com Managing Editor Eric Raskin and Senior Analyst John Brennan analyze the industry happenings at the SBC Summit in New Jersey, allegations of canvasser interference in Florida, and Nevada's first ever billion-dollar sports betting month, plus they talk to casino industry veteran Richard Schuetz about the likelihood of sports wagering legalization in California, how regulators are selected, and the sometimes puzzling DraftKings and FanDuel financial models. Find us on Twitter @US_Bets or go to USBets.com for more.
170: Florida compact thrown out, NY horse funds in peril, PA vs NJ with PennBets' Gary Rotstein
USBets.com Managing Editor Eric Raskin and Senior Analyst John Brennan analyze the Florida compact being nullified but the Hard Rock app staying active anyway, a legislative threat to horse racing in New York, and the Tennessee SWAC doubling down on that 10% hold rule, plus they talk to colleague Gary Rotstein about comparisons between the Pennsylvania and New Jersey gambling industries, his familial connection to problem gambling, and the odds of his Steelers making the playoffs. Find us on Twitter @US_Bets or go to USBets.com for more.
169: Record-smashing betting month, WSOP Main Event, NJ gambling with DGE Director David Rebuck
USBets.com Managing Editor Eric Raskin and Senior Analyst John Brennan analyze staggering sports betting handle numbers in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and other states, the crowning of a new WSOP Main Event champion, and precursors of possible compromise in California, plus they talk to New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement Director David Rebuck about his state smashing records, when other states will adopt online casino, and whether he feels limiting bettors is a major problem. Find us on Twitter @US_Bets or go to USBets.com for more.
168: NY licenses announced, DK SBNC freeroll, deep dive on NY sports betting with Matt Rybaltowski
USBets.com Managing Editor Eric Raskin and Senior Analyst John Brennan analyze New York's official mobile betting operator announcement, another DraftKings Sports Betting National Championship gone off the rails, and further delays on Maryland's path to launching, plus they talk to Sports Handle's Matt Rybaltowski for all the details on New York's licensing and what the battle for market share will look like from here. Find us on Twitter @US_Bets or go to USBets.com for more.
167: FL mobile launches without warning, NY operator scoop, gaming investing with Lloyd Danzig
USBets.com Managing Editor Eric Raskin and Senior Analyst John Brennan analyze Florida's sudden (and legally questionable) launch of mobile sports betting, new details on which operators will have access in New York, and the results of Tuesday's election ballot questions, plus they talk to Sharp Alpha Advisors Managing Partner Lloyd Danzig about his recently raised $10 million fund and the coolest innovations in the gaming space worthy of his investment consideration. On top of that, Lloyd hosts a Raskin vs. Brennan Seinfeld trivia showdown! Find us on Twitter @US_Bets or go to USBets.com for more.
166: NY tax matrix, DraftKings-Entain bid dropped, problem gambling and NFL with NCPG's Keith Whyte
USBets.com Managing Editor Eric Raskin and Senior Analyst John Brennan analyze New York's "final tax rate matrix," DraftKings backing out of its Entain takeover, and record monthly sports betting handle in Nevada, plus they talk to National Council on Problem Gambling Executive Director Keith Whyte about the NCPG's partnership with the NFL, whether other leagues might follow suit, and the potential dangers of in-game betting. Find us on Twitter @US_Bets or go to USBets.com for more.
I really enjoy this podcast but you guys lose a star by having stingers that are disproportionately loud, meaning that I have to fish my phone out of my pocket 5 times a cast, and lower the volume for the intro of each segment then bring the volume back up to listen to the content. Otherwise 5 stars!
I enjoy the podcast although there seems to be some clear revisionist history. You continue to give Democratic Governors and other Democrats the credit for overturning the 1992 Act. However it was Chris Christie a republican and wasn’t until Neil Gorsuch who was nominated by a Republican who actually overturned the law. I would challenge you to see which Justices voted to overturn the law and which didn’t. It was the Republican nominees who the law and changes sports betting for all Americans and gave you a reason to host this podcast.