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Joshua Buckley

Joshua Buckley

Sports Content Manager
Joshua Buckley is Sports Content Manager for Bonus.com. Along with award-winning experience as a sports editor in Alabama and Texas, he has also spent time in public relations for the tourism and blood banking industries. Joshua is co-host of "Whole Lotta Wolves," the only U.S.-based Wolverhampton Wanders FC podcast.

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PlayUp Valued at $350 Million In SPAC Deal with IG Acquisition Corp

September 30, 2022 | By: Joshua Buckley

Australia-based sports betting operator PlayUp announced this week that it is going public in a SPAC deal valued at $350 million. PlayUp, whose app offers various products from sports betting to daily fantasy to casino games, is being acquired by IG Acquisition Corp (IGAC) following a strategic review. IGAC expects the transaction to close in […]

California Prop 26 Controversy is Reminiscent of Failed Attempts to Legalize Online Poker

September 23, 2022 | By: Joshua Buckley

On November 8, Californians will vote on two key ballot measures. Each of these seeks to legalize sports betting. However, they also have the potential to impact the broader gaming industry in the state. Proposition 26 would legalize sports betting at American Indian gaming casinos and licensed racetracks in the state. Proposition 27 would allow […]

Lottery.com’s Troubles Continue as Four Board Members Resign

September 16, 2022 | By: Joshua Buckley

Four board members of lottery broker Lottery.com resigned this week. They explained that their decisions were “related to recent Board practices.” These resignations are the latest indication that the tech company is in truly dire straits. Lottery.com is one of several companies that operate on a lottery courier model. Buying lottery tickets online is illegal […]

Penn Entertainment To Increase Stake In Barstool Sports To 100%

August 25, 2022 | By: Joshua Buckley

Barstool Sports will soon become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Penn Entertainment. The transaction, expected to be completed in February, will see the latter exercise its contractual right to acquire the remaining shares of Barstool. Penn Entertainment (still known as Penn National Gaming at the time) first invested in Barstool in 2020. It acquired a 36% […]

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