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With prospects for live poker still uncertain in Barcelona and beyond, PokerStars is delaying the second run of its Players Championship (PSPC) to 2021.
Nearly 15% of the country's casinos have reopened from their coronavirus shutdowns, though the biggest US gambling markets still remain closed.
The closure of PA casinos continues to drive record revenue to online gambling operators, including a $5 million month for PokerStars.
Following the trend elsewhere, gambling sites in Delaware are posting all-time revenue records as the coronavirus keeps their casinos closed.
Launching instant draw games and keno this week, Rhode Island became the eighth US state offering a full suite of online lottery products.
Nearly two dozen casinos in five US states have reopened to guests, with protections in place intended to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus.
With regulators set to file temporary rules with the Secretary of State, expedited online gambling could be coming to WV as soon as July.
While most Indian tribes are voluntarily complying with local ordinances, some are beginning to exercise sovereignty to reopen their casinos.
With most of the key hurdles behind them, the two international gambling giants expect their $6 billion union to close next week.
US casinos will likely begin to reopen before a vaccine is developed, creating the need for real solutions to mitigate the spread of the novel...
The US Small Business Administration has finally relaxed its rules on the dispersement of federal aid to small gambling companies.
DraftKings Casino was up for approval in Pennsylvania on Wednesday, poised to become the 10th operator to join the PA online casino market.
Seeking to fill the sports void, DraftKings and FanDuel have rolled out a number of innovative partnerships and products in recent weeks.
The marriage of Flutter Entertainment and The Stars Group is two steps closer to completion after approval from their respective investors this week.
Harrah's Philadelphia on Thursday became the ninth land-based operator to begin offering online casino gambling in Pennsylvania.
The postponement of the 2020 WSOP may hasten the logistical and practical changes Caesars was already contemplating for its flagship summer poker series.
US online casinos that are legal are generating revenue as other forms of gambling are off the board. Will more states join NJ and...
Online casinos and poker sites in Pennsylvania won almost $25 million in March, salvaging at least some gaming revenue from the coronavirus closures.
The new partnership will spawn another WSOP Online Super Circuit, but it likely won't play a role in plans for the 2020 World Series of...
With casinos closed due to the coronavirus, online gambling sites in New Jersey posted record revenue numbers in March across casino and poker verticals.
US casinos with fewer than 500 employees are stil waiting to find out if they qualify for federal coronavirus relief under the CARES Act.
An organization representing 22 municipalities in southeast Connecticut asked Gov. Ned Lamont last week to authorize online gambling in the state.
Tribal casino shutdowns related to coronavirus have left nearly 300,000 Americans jobless, resulting in more than $300 million in lost wages to date.
The UKGC has issued yet another record-breaking fine, this one to Caesars Entertainment for failures in responsible-gaming and AML practices.
Fresh off a successful Online Super Circuit, WSOP unveiled its Spring Online Championships with a record $4 million guaranteed.