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The Entain Foundation, Entain's non-profit responsible gaming wing, announced two new efforts for Responsible Gaming Education Week.
Connecticut online gambling is set to debut in two weeks, but what about online poker? It's legal, but will anyone launch a product?
August online casino revenue numbers are in. Sports-focused companies have been losing market share to pure casino operators over the summer.
Time to get excited, Nutmeggers! Chief of Staff Paul Mounds says the state is focused on Oct. 7 as a launch date for online gambling.
As expected, Caesars will hold on only to William Hill's US operations and Liberty platform, selling the rest to 888 for $3 billion.
Crypto enthusiasts may recognize DraftKings Casino's latest title, which invites you to try to take your wager 'to the moon.'
For the first time, PokerStars has synchronized the annual championships of its US sites, perhaps with an eye towards an interstate future.
This year's WSOP will be an unprecedented affair for a few reasons. Here are five of the biggest uncertainties facing the series.
Stars Interactive Holdings has petitioned SCOTUS for a writ of certiorari over the $1.3 billion fine it faces from the state of Kentucky.
The World Series of Poker is America's most prestigious tournament brand, so it's no wonder WSOP is going hard on tournaments in PA.
While the other large states with legal online casinos have been stagnant, New Jersey got back to setting records in July.
The first US online WPT stop of Season XIX, and the second in history, will take place on the Partypoker US Network in September.
US online gambling's latest M&A story is DraftKings' announcement of an all-shares deal to scoop up Golden Nugget Online Gaming.
Bringing business, lawmakers and academics together to establish best practices is a common sense solution for a complex industry.
Penn National already owns one major sports media brand in Barstool, so why is it spending $2 billion on TheScore?
The story of the PA online gambling market has generally been one of growth, yet June saw revenue take a small but significant drop.
New Jersey's online casinos and poker rooms collected a total of $107 million in revenue in June, completing a very stable quarter.
A pool tournament organizer says that it is being displaced from Bally's and Paris Las Vegas next year to make room for the WSOP.
Today's the day for Pennsylvania poker players! The state's third major online poker operator, WSOP, is now dealing its first hands.
Gambling treatment diversion courts allow gambling addicts the option to commit to recovery rather than face incarceration.
Starting July 12, WSOP.com will become PA's fourth poker brand, though it won't be sharing traffic with its interstate network at first.
A woman who says she won $3 million playing a St. Patrick's-themed roulette is suing BetMGM over what happened at its Michigan online casino.
Bill C-218, repealing the prohibition on single game sports betting in Canada, now needs only Royal Asset to become law.
AGs of Ohio, Michigan, and 24 other states have written to the DOJ to ask it to put the Wire Act issue to rest once...
Pennsylvania online casinos and poker rooms bloomed in May while other legal iGaming states lay fallow.