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- FEATURE: Ontario Online Gambling
The sports off-season cost FanDuel and DraftKings substantial market share in Michigan last year, and we're seeing the same pattern return.
Bally's free-to-play marketing strategy will include the addition of play-at-home games to 'Live at the Bike' broadcasts.
Yet another all-time US monthly online casino revenue record has been set, but not by New Jersey. Pennsylvania is the new top dog.
At the behest of the regulator, Pennsylvania online casinos have pulled Evolution's First Person Craps from their games lineup.
PointsBet, which brought its sportsbook to the Keystone State in February, has followed up with its online casino as promised.
Some additional Entain brands should be launching in Ontario soon, as Bwin and Party have signed operating agreements with iGaming Ontario.
The day Michigan poker players have been waiting for is here, as the state has been approved for entry to the multi-state poker compact.
The situation for online poker in Ontario's new regulated market is a bit confusing, but here's what you need to know.
The Ascent Sportsbook at Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort will open next week, with online betting and casino coming later this spring.
Ontario is moving away from the current Canadian online gambling model, which is lottery monopolies and a flourishing offshore gray market.
Regulated online casinos should produce at least $100 million in annual revenue for the Ontario government, maybe up to several times that.
If Ontario's privatized online gambling plan works out well, other provinces might follow suit. Who's most - or least - likely to do so?
The wait is over for poker players in Michigan! WSOP will launch on Monday, Mar. 28, with the state's first Circuit Series starting Apr. 20.
BetMGM was the biggest beneficiary of a record-setting February in Michigan, adding two full percentage points to its market share.
The new chests for US players work similarly to those on its international site, but the other half of the program is missing.
PokerStars made the decision to suspend service to Russian players last week, and 888poker has followed suit more recently.
As expected, Rep. Adam Koenig is back at the plate in 2022, trying once again to legalize online poker and sports betting in Kentucky.
France, Spain and Portugal form the world's largest poker traffic sharing pool, but these States could rival them if they were in fact United.
Phil Galfond announced that he, his team, and the Run It Once Poker product will be joining BetRivers owner Rush Street Interactive.
Scientific Games is ditching all its serious, corporate trappings and trying for a more magical image as it rebrands to Light & Wonder.
Sen. Joseph Addabbo, a major force behind NY mobile sports betting, is already pushing to add online casino to the state's gambling options.
TwinSpires, formerly BetAmerica, has announced it's getting out of the online gambling business. Its Michigan license may be up for grabs.
Top level online gambling revenue numbers are stable to start the year, but smaller operators in PA are engaged in an intense battle.
Nationwide, all-channel gambling revenue for 2021 crushed the previous record, set in 2019. Expect more modest growth in 2022.
Kentucky's legislative efforts have begun to feel like a broken record, with a similar bill each year since 2019. Can it escape the rut?