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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...
G2E is moving online this year due to coronavirus concerns, but there will be plenty of content on tap, including some that's totally free of...
There's a lot of excitement about machine learning these days, but the gambling industry should be careful before applying the technology too broadly.
PokerStars' sophomore Pennsylvania Championship of Online Poker (PACOOP) begins this Saturday, with the highest guarantees in state history at $1.5 million.
A key takeaway from UNLV's gambling primer for lawmakers is just how important collaboration is, as no one party has all the pieces of the...
Today, Michigan lawmakers will hold a public hearing on a bill which would open the door for the regulator to enter interstate compacts for poker.
Falling online poker revenues in New Jersey were offset by a slightly larger increase from online casinos, producing yet another record month.
Lead plaintiff Veronica Brill is not among the 60 who have agreed to settle the suit against Kings Casino which relates to Mike Postle's alleged...
Having authorized Gaming Laboratories International to begin testing, Michigan has taken one more step closer to getting iGaming off the ground within 2020.
Before COVID-19, casino visitors preferred having a dealer at each table, but health concerns now mean electronic setups could get a second look.
Costa Rican offshore bookmaker and casino 5Dimes will end service to US customers before the end of the month. The big questions are why, and...
New York was the last state which hadn't yet given its commercial casinos the green light to reopen, but they will now be able to...
Three lawsuits in the state of Washington involving social slots products have ended in settlements which include modifications to the games in question.
Speculation that William Hill and Caesars Entertainment might be working on a joint venture for online casino has lit up the gambling and investment media.
PokerStars has increase the pace with which it is leaving gray markets since its merger with Flutter. China is the latest and most significant of...
Bad blood between Illinois casinos and DFS companies has been an impediment to iGaming legislation, but it may soon be time to let that feud...