Indiana regulators have declined to include an official data mandate in draft rules for sports wagering that they expect to adopt in August, but officials are leaving the door ajar for data restrictions to be applied in future.
The Indiana Gaming Commission (IGC) published draft regulations for sports betting last week, in a first step to implementing a law signed by Governor Eric Holcomb in May that took formal effect on July 1.
The IGC also began accepting license applications last week and expects to award the state’s first temporary licenses for sports betting within the next few days, Sara Gonso Tait, the IGC’s executive director, told GamblingCompliance on Tuesday.
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