Michigan Sports-Betting Bill Outlines 'Commercially Reasonable' Official Data Factors

Pending a governor’s signature, Michigan will be the third state to require operators to use official league data to settle in-play wagers, but also become the first to set parameters in legislation as to how regulators can determine if data is being offered at “commercially reasonable terms.”

House Bill 4916, which cleared both chambers of the state legislature last week, requires operators to use official league data to settle in-play wagers upon request of a sports governing body based in the United States. 

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