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Online gambling sites throughout New Jersey went down for an hour Thursday night due to a failure of the location-checking technology GeoGuard.
Live dealer games are now available on a soft launch trial basis at three Pennsylvania online casinos, as Evolution's Philadelphia studio opened at last.
WSOP has a license to launch in Pennsylvania and has been sending emails to players in the state, yet Caesars says no launch planned until...
Penn National pulled close to Pennsylvania online gambling revenue leader Rivers in September, with DraftKings Casino's table games the likely cause.
Playtika, a social gaming company once owned by Caesars, looks to go public on US exchanges with a valuation potentially as high as $10 billion.
Online casino revenue for New Jersey increased slightly, but the shorter month and falling poker traffic prevented September from setting a new record.
Twin River isn't just picking up the Bally's Atlantic City property from Caesars, but the name as well, which means a new online gaming brand...
The New Jersey Championship of Online Poker kicks off this weekend, with $1M in total guarantees and a schedule packed with fan-favorite formats.
The KHRC will ask the court to reconsider the legality of historical horse racing but may need help from its allies in the legislature.
PokerStars' PACOOP went well in 2020, creating $2 million in prize pools over the course of 50 tournaments, including $283,640 for the Main Event.
Las Vegas-based slots manufacturer AGS has landed BetMGM, Borgata Online, and partypoker as new partners for its online casino products.
William Hill has gone ahead with its plans for an online casino product in New Jersey despite its impending acquisition by Caesars.
The conflict between Oklahoma tribal gaming organizations and Gov. Kevin Stitt threatens to escalate into a legal battle with far-reaching implications.
Wynn will be the online brand working with tech supplier GAN and Kewadin in MI, where the trio expects to be among the first to...
Costa Rican sportsbook and casino 5Dimes looks to scrub over a decade of illegal gambling from its history and obtain a license to operate legally.
Michigan senators have passed SB 991, which would allow the state to form compacts with other regulators for the sharing of online poker traffic.
Caesars' upcoming takeover of William Hill fits the market trend of consolidation, but what will its branding strategy look like?
Ohio might get another chance at an online lottery, as one senator looks to add such a clause to the current sports betting bill.
Maryland voters will get the chance in November to say yes or no to sports betting, but another important question failed to make the ballot.
Nevada now has a contact-tracing app for COVID-19 and, like everything in the state, it is deeply entwined with the casino industry.
DraftKings Casino launched a new live dealer product this week but faced criticism for the way Speed Roulette was announced.
Two iGaming hearings in Michigan passed without event this week, bringing the state closer to launching online casinos, poker, and sportsbooks.
Growth in the table games vertical propelled Pennsylvania's August iGaming revenue to a record high of $55.9 million, even as poker continued to decline.
An interstate online poker bill goes to the Michigan Senate, while a hearing on online gambling draft rules will take place this week.
Flutter has raised some eyebrows by enlisting former British MP and vocal gambling critic Tom Watson as an advisor, but who could fill that role...