Sam McQuillan87 Posts
Sam covers the legal side of sports betting for the Action Network. Tail his picks at your own risk, but you may be better off going to him for news on the industry.
Prior to joining Action in 2022, Sam covered state taxes for Bloomberg Law, where his coverage of fantasy sports operators and the IRS earned him multiple Society of American Business Editors and Writers awards for business and sports business. His journalism career started at Penn State, where he covered college basketball and hockey for the student paper. He's been betting on sports since the Supreme Court overturned PASPA, mostly losing money on his beloved New York Knicks.
Sam received his bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism, with a certificate in sports journalism and minor in history, from Penn State University in 2019.
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- Telling you when sports betting will be available in your state
- Breaking down how new laws and lawsuits impact bettors
- NBA player props (unpaid work)