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The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission has cleared Hollywood Casino in Perryville, and Ocean Downs Casino, in Berlin, for sports betting, and has forwarded its recommendation on to the ...
Maryland paves way for two additional casinos to offer sports betting. As expected, the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission met today and determined the Hollywood Casino in Perryville and Ocean Downs Casino in Berlin have met the qualifications for a sports betting license.
Hollywood Casino in Perryville, partnered with Barstool, and Ocean Downs Casino are now part of the five operators qualified and licensed to run in-person sports betting in the state. It follows months of delaying the official launch due to regulatory adjustments, now targeting the late fall. Gov. Larry Hogan said that