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What does OTB stand for?

OTB stands for Off-Track Betting

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Sportech") - is pleased to announce that it has successfully launched a new Internet pari-mutuel advance deposit wagering platform for Western Regional Off-Track Betting Corporation/Batavia Downs of New York State ("Western OTB/Batavia Downs") to extend legal, secure Internet wagering on horse racing under the brand "BataviaBets" (www.
Off-track betting awaited in Putnam PUTNAM - Residents waiting to place their bets at the highly anticipated off-track betting facility at J.
Here’s a statement from the mayor: “The City of New York still has substantial legal and economic issues that need to be settled before the future of off-track betting in the five boroughs is resolved – and it is very disappointing that these concerns have not been addressed.
The purse enhancements were implemented due to several factors, including continued better-than-expected business levels at Fair Grounds and its eight affiliated off-track betting ("OTB") facilities in southeast Louisiana, and record on-track and all-sources handle on Louisiana Derby Day.
David Paterson announced that the state will take over the city's unprofitable Off-Track Betting operation, and confirmed reports that State Senator John Sabini will leave his seat to become the head of the state's Racing and Wagering Board.
As marketing manager, Carlson will coordinate marketing efforts for a variety of venue and facility functions, including the Antelope Valley Fair in August, the fairgrounds' Home and Garden Show, the Valley Fair in Castaic, the Watch and Wager off-track betting center, and the annual PRCA Rodeo performance.
Construction of a 30,000-square-foot facility that would house a maximum of 700 slot machines was scheduled to begin in September 2005, but was delayed in late August of that year when Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath caused significant damage to the racetrack and its stable area as well as many of Fair Grounds' Finish Line Off-Track Betting facilities around the New Orleans community.