Roger Goodell, National Football League Commissioner, has eased up his position towards sports betting once the Raiders landed in Nevada.
US.- As Las Vegas will host the newest stadium of Raiders, officials of the National Football League (NFL) and representatives of the football team are debating the possible impacts of the gaming industry on the sports integrity. Whilst the NFL used to be one of the major opponents to legal and unauthorised industries, Roger Goodell, NFL Commissioner, has eased up his position towards the activity.
This week authorities of the NFL and Las Vegas revealed their joint plan for the installation of a new stadium for Raiders team by 2020. About the possibility of Raiders’ presence on the local sports betting industry, Goodell showed his resilient position and assured the entity would not probably changed its view on the issue.
Nevada Governor Questions NFL Stadium Finances Gov. Brian Sandoval on Monday asked who would pay for the necessary upgrades to freeways and streets leading to a 65,000-seat domed football stadium proposed by Las Vegas Sands Corp., Majestic Realty and the Oakland Raiders.
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Like it or Not, New NFL Stadium has Gambling Ties The new NFL stadium in Las Vegas doesn’t yet have a name and isn’t expected to open until 2020. But when it does, at least one nickname certainly will apply: The House That Gambling Built.
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