This is the first ever Super Bowl in a state with legalized sports betting. Sports gambling has been live in Arizona since September 2021.
Now that the dust has settled and La Albiceleste have arrived back home to glorious fanfare, it is time for an early look forward to 2026, when the World Cup festivities will take place in North America.
Last year, a December spike in cases led to five games being canceled and some games using replacement teams.
It was a wild start to the World Cup quarterfinals, Croatia winning another penalty shootout (3-0) to take down the favorites to win-it-all, Brazil. Argentina and the Netherlands followed the first match with more great gameplay. After being tied at two goals, Lionel Messi and Argentina beat Netherlands on penalties (4-3) to advance to the semifinals of the World Cup. FOX Bet's Scott Smith joins LiveNOW from FOX to discuss how Crotia's win changes the betting landscape and to reveal the new favorite now that Brazil is knocked out.
The United States Men's national team (USMNT) advanced to the knockout round of the 2022 World Cup with a thrilling 1-0 win over Iran on Nov. 29, setting up a date with Group A winner Netherlands at 9 a.m. ET on Dec. 3 on FOX. FOX Bet's Scott Smith joins LiveNOW's Andrew Craft to breakdown the betting odds, money lines and provide expert picks and predictions ahead of the first Knockout Stage game.
With online sports betting now legal in Maryland, FOX 5 DC's David Kaplan spoke live with LiveNOW from FOX's Josh Breslow from Live Casino & Hotel Maryland in Hanover.
About 90% of the pigs’ diet comes from casino food scraps but when the pandemic shut down major strip hotels, thousands of pigs went hungry. (Credit: KVVU)