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Ohio Lawmakers May Need Voter Approval to Expand Racino Gambling

April 15, 2024 | By: Heather Fletcher

Ohio lawmakers are considering various forms of gambling expansion, but some of the possibilities, such as adding table games at racinos, will require voter approval in a referendum. That seemed to be the consensus at the final meeting of the Study Commission on the Future of Gaming in Ohio. The April 11 gathering at the Ohio […]

Ohioans Soon to See Testimony About ‘The Future of Gaming in Ohio’ on Dedicated Site

February 21, 2024 | By: Heather Fletcher

Soon, Ohioans can vet testimony given to the Study Commission on the Future of Gaming in Ohio for themselves. On Feb. 20, commission co-chairman Jay Edwards announced the construction of the testimony site during a meeting dedicated to discussing possible online casino legalization. A spokeswoman for the state gaming regulator told Bonus that state Rep. […]

Time Out Ohio, Gamban Offer Free Blocking Software to Ohio Gamblers

December 12, 2023 | By: Robyn McNeil

A new partnership between Time Out Ohio (TOO) and Gamban offers Ohio gamblers one year of free access to the software that blocks over 70,000 international gambling websites and apps—across multiple devices. With the deal between the Ohio Lottery Commission’s (OLC) timeout program and the UK-based developer, Ohio joins Pennsylvania in giving players free access […]

Ohio Bans Use of Non-Gambling Products to Promote Online Sports Betting

November 14, 2023 | By: Chav Vasilev

The Ohio Casino Control Commission (OCCC) has updated its rules, including a new prohibition against operators offering gambling promotions to customers engaging in non-gambling transactions. The regulator proposed the new regulation in June after it had asked Fanatics Sportsbook to discontinue promotion targeting the company’s sports merchandise customers. At the time, the OCCC pointed out […]

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