Author: Nick Garcia

Nick comes from West Texas where he graduated from Texas Tech University with a degree in psychology. After a five-year stint in Chicago, where he wrote about local politics and graduated with a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia College Chicago, he moved to Washington, D.C. to write about issues related to gambling policy, sports betting and responsible gaming.

Indiana Sports Betting By NFL Season? State May Not Reach End Zone

Indiana residents are excited about the prospects of legal sports betting in the state. But when will the first bets happen in the state? That’s not exactly clear. But here’s what we know. Indiana sports betting in 2019? The law the state passed in May that legalized sports betting said that it could go live […]

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Updated on: September 19, 2019 | News | Nick Garcia

Indiana Sports Betting Is Coming In 2019 Or 2020, Thanks To New Law

Following the repeal of the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) of 1992, Indiana did something crazy. In its pursuit of legalized sports betting in Indiana, the legislature introduced the country to the infamous integrity fee. Gaming stakeholders called politicians monsters for siding with professional sports leagues. The first iteration of the bill was […]

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Updated on: September 27, 2019 | News | Nick Garcia