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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.
With large gatherings widely prohibited during the coronavirus outbreak, the SBC Digital Summit serves as an alternative to physical gaming conferences.
The inaugural Pennsylvania Championship of Online Poker starts April 4, with $2 million in total guarantees spread across 100 events.
The 2020 PokerStars NJSCOOP starts April 11, featuring $1.2 million in combined guarantees across a schedule of 48 events.
Social-distancing protocols and casino closures in Nevada and New Jersey are driving swarms of players to online poker sites like WSOP and PokerStars.
Legalized sports betting in US states along the northern border has the Parliament of Canada once again considering expanded legislation of its own.
The shutdown of nearly all international sports has amplified the conversation around betting on things like esports, chess, and other novelty markets.
The size and nature of the US online poker market means players typically don't have access to novel game formats like this one from PokerStars.
In its first full month of operation, FanDuel Casino has surged to the top of the pack among competing online gambling sites in Pennsylvania.
Alabama is one of just five US states without a lottery, though there is a bipartisan effort underway to change that — and add sports...
With players flocking online, PokerStars is planning to move its SCOOP events in Pennsylvania and New Jersey into early Spring.
Concerns over the spread of COVID-19 have strained the global economy, with gambling companies among those hit hardest by widespread closures.
Though the short month kept the top-line numbers down, online gambling sites in New Jersey posted a new per-day revenue record in February.
Given their success abroad and early growth in the US, it's becoming clear that virtual sports are more than just a gimmick for US online...
A long-suffering effort from Kentucky Rep. Adam Koenig to legalize online poker and sports betting is once again coming down to the wire.
March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month in the US, and the annual initiative — now in its 18th year — is more important than ever.
The Virginia legislature has sent sports betting and casino bills to Gov. Ralph Northam less than a week after he authorized online lottery sales.
A license for Freehold would free up three more online sports betting brands in New Jersey, likely including Barstool Sportsbook.
Almost two years into their stalemate, Gov. Lamont and the tribes of Connecticut have made little progress toward a compromise on expanded gambling.
Applicants are lined up at the starting gate, and regulators in Colorado expect a May 1 go-live for retail and online sports betting.
The outbreak of novel coronavirus COVID-19 is taking its toll on casino revenues worldwide, driving people to both legal and illegal online gambling sites.
Poker no longer represents the heart of the Stars Group operation, a shift which will only hasten under the pending merger with Flutter Entertainment.