Sportsbetting is coming to Iowa

The Republican Governor for Iowa, Kim Reynolds (pictured), reportedly put her signature to a piece of legislation on Monday that will see the state allow sportsbetting to be conducted online and via its collection of 19 land-based casinos.

Midwestern move:

According to a Tuesday report from the Omaha World-Herald newspaper, the move means that Iowa has become the second Midwestern state after Indiana to have legalized sports wagering although the first bets will likely not be to be placed until at least July.

Adult entertainment:

The measure signed into law by the 59-year-old Governor will allow anyone in ‘The Hawkeye State’ over the age of 21 to place wagers on the outcomes of a wide range of collegiate, professional and international events including daily…