New Hampshire will kick off a process next month to select private operators to serve as its “agents” for online and retail sports wagering and implement what the state’s lottery director recognizes as a “unique model” in the U.S. market.
The New Hampshire Lottery Commission expects to issue a request for proposals (RFP) for sports-betting partners during the second week of August, said Charlie McIntyre, the lottery’s executive director, as officials waste little time after House Bill 480 was signed into law by Governor Chris Sununu last Friday.
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