- Several states looking online to help close budget shortfalls
- Online gaming markets booming in New Jersey, Pennsylvania
- Iowa, Illinois, Indiana set to consider legislation in 2021
With the coronavirus pandemic costing states billions in tax revenue, analysts and industry lobbyists expect lawmakers to introduce a slew of online gaming bills next year.
The budget shortfalls caused by the pandemic are top of a list of several factors tipped to come together to accelerate expansion of a market that so far has been slow to spread since Delaware and New Jersey opened America’s first regulated online casinos in 2013.
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