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Online casinos and poker sites are closer to reality in Michigan, as regulators have submitted a revised draft of proposed rules for internet gambling.
The first year of Pennsylvania online gambling was a resounding success marked by dramatic growth and a huge influx of new tax revenue.
US-facing sites on the partypoker network got a face-lift last week as Roar Digital prepares to expand into Pennsylvania and Michigan.
As it prepares to take its online gambling division public, Golden Nugget has secured access to Michigan in partnership with the Keweenaw Bay Indians.
Litigation in Washington has mostly frozen social gaming in the state as the industry struggles to differentiate itself from traditional gambling.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) met on Wednesday. One of the items on the agenda was a consent agreement with MGM Resorts International. Although...
A new report from the UK Gambling Commission includes some worrying data on the surge in online gambling revenue during the coronavirus outbreak.
The shape the US online gambling industry is taking will have long-term implications for the customer, for better or for worse.
As British MPs contemplate ever-tighter restrictions, responsible gambling advocates recommend a more sensible approach to the issue.
The vast majority of US casinos are back in business, but concerns about a possible second wave of COVID-19 are altering reopening plans in some...
The online poker community is up in arms about a Vice News article that took an uncritical look at cheating, but are larger issues going...
A change to the NGC's policies will allow cashless wagering, with far-reaching implications for casinos, poker, and sports betting.
Two customers are suing real-money gaming company Skillz for nearly $6 million on nine counts related to fraud and negligence.
Casinos in New Jersey are permitted to reopen on July 2 says Gov. Phil Murphy, putting an end to a lengthy — and costly — shutdown.
DraftKings and FanDuel simultaneously launched their first standalone casino apps in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, respectively.
BetRivers has launched Illinois' first legal sports betting app, with a little assist from Gov. Pritzker's recent executive order.
Scientific Games has announced a deal with Inspired Entertainment to facilitate integration of its virtual sports products into traditional sportsbook apps.
May was huge for the Pennsylvania online gambling industry, thanks to the continued shutdown of land-based venues and the launch of DraftKings Casino.
Indiana and Colorado are the latest states with casinos back in business, with Ohio and Maryland soon to follow. Northeastern states may wait much longer.
Online casinos and poker rooms continued to do the heavy lifting in New Jersey last month, generating unprecedented revenue during the ongoing land-based shutdown.
The Southern Ute Indian Tribe and USBookmaking made a bit of history with their tribal sportsbook app in Colorado this week.
Partypoker and the WPT are joining forces once again in New Jersey, announcing the $400 Online Poker Open with $300k guaranteed on June 28.
Two ongoing storylines in California highlight the problems policymakers create when they neglect to establish clear rules backed by consistent enforcement.
Over half of all US casinos have reopened, albeit at limited capacity, with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic creating a new normal for patrons.
DraftKings is positioned to offer retail and online sports betting in Michigan in partnership with the Bay Mills Indian Community.