What SCOTUS Decision Allowing Sports Betting Could Mean For Illinois
The Supreme Court struck down a 1992 law Monday that prevented sports gambling across much of the country, opening the door to a legal industry that could generate hundreds of billions of dollar in annual revenue. Illinois is one of more than a dozen states that has already been working on legislation to legalize betting on sports in anticipation of Monday’s ruling. So, what could this decision by SCOTUS mean for fans, teams and the business of sports here in the Chicago area and beyond? Morning Shift talks to sports business consultant Marc Ganis, president of Chicago-based Sportscorp Ltd.
Marc Ganis, president of Chicago-based Sportscorp Ltd.