With sports betting predicted to be a multi-billion dollar industry over the next few years due to the Supreme Court opening the door to legalization, entrepreneurs at this week's Fantasy Sports Trade Association Conference in Minneapolis were all looking for their path to cash in on the industry's potential.
"There's going to be this big wave of consumer demand and new products--and [everyone is trying to figure out] what moves they're going to make to take advantage of it," said Peter Schoenke, the president of Rotowire.
The Supreme Court ruled in May that individual state Legislatures could decide whether or not they wanted to legalize sports betting, and so far just New Jersey and Delaware have done so. … More
Although summer officially begins at 6:07 a.m. EDT Thursday, it will not feel like summer across a large part of the United States.
Five people have been struck and killed by lightning so far this year in the United States, with all five of the deaths occurring in the South.
Storms can pack a punch during late June, and the weather pattern over a large part of the central United States will be capable of producing locally severe weather and isolated flooding into this weekend.
Those attending the first weekend of the Electric Forest Festival in Rothbury, Michigan, will need to prepare for warm days, cool nights and increasingly damp weather.