The US Senate confirmed Jeff Sessions to be the next US Attorney General. One of the issues Sessions might need to weigh on is online...
Research submitted to the Massachusetts Gaming Commission proves that online gambling prohibition fails and makes a case for legalization and regulation.
A new report from Eilers & Krejcik Gaming predicts at least one, and possibly as many as three, US states could move to legalize online...
The New Jersey Senate has introduced a bill that would authorize online slots-style internet gambling and a whole lot more at New Jersey racetracks.
A pair of Pennsylvania state representatives introduced a co-sponsorship memoranda for a gaming reform package that includes legalizing online gambling.
During his campaign, Donald Trump vowed to end anti-business, anti-growth regulations. He could honor these words by opposing a federal online gambling ban.
There will be a hearing on Tuesday, Jan. 31 to discuss a bill introduced earlier this month that would decriminalize online gambling in New Hampshire.
Senator John Bonacic has reintroduced his online poker bill from last session. The bill passed the NY Senate in 2016 but was not acted on...
Opponents of legal, regulated online gambling make a lot of claims, and most of them are the very reason why states should legalize online gambling.
Senate Minority Leader Bruce Tarr reintroduced legislation that would legalize and regulate online gambling in Massachusetts.
In an op-ed in the Boston Globe, MGC Chairman Stephen Crosby touted the positive early results MA casinos were having on their host communities.
Massachusetts will get another chance to legalize online lottery sales, as Sen. Jennifer Flanagan has reintroduced her legislation from last year.
For the first time since 2006, the Atlantic City casino industry experienced a revenue increase. Last year, the city’s downsized casino industry posted gross gaming...
Libertarian Groups send letter to AG nominee Jeff Sessions after he intimated he might rollback the 2011 OLC opinion in regards to online gambling.
Several states are exploring online gambling legalization, and there are a number of other dark horse states that could join them as contenders.
Jeff Sessions' answer to a question about 2011 OLC opinion caused immediate concern among online gambling advocates. Here's what he said and what he can...
Sands Bethlehem is taking heat over its refusal to guarantee local host payments, but should the finger be pointed at Sands or the PA Senate?
Longtime New Jersey State Senator and champion of numerous gambling initiatives Raymond Lesniak has announced he will make a run for Governor.
Massachusetts came close to legalizing online lottery sales last year, and if State Treasurer Deborah Goldberg has her way, it will get done in 2017.
A Congressional task force spent two years ferreting out the various ways terrorist organizations finance operations; online gambling was not mentioned.
After exploring its online gambling partnership options, Borgata has decided that the best course of action is to stay with GVC.
Several poker pros are working on online poker projects hinging on "fairness." But how will these new products fare with the odds stacked against them?
The book on 2016 is barely closed but PA is already forging ahead, and one of the first topics the legislature will consider in 2017...
In the three years since NJ online gambling went live, there have been a multitude of surprises, some of which have had a profound impact...
Online Poker Report talked to GameCo CEO and co-founder Blaine Graboyes about the company's expanding footprint in Atlantic City.