Rivers Casino Des Plaines’ sportsbook launched in early March just days before major league sports and all Illinois casinos shut down due to Covid-19. [Courtesy of Rivers Casino]

The Illinois Gaming Board will meet for the first time in more than four months on Thursday, taking the body’s meeting online in order to officially award sports betting licenses to seven Illinois casinos, allowing the state to collect full sports wagering fees.

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