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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.
The three PA casinos located in green counties will reopen next week, led by Rivers Pittsburgh and The Meadows.
More than 500 casinos have reopened across 25 US states, with a number of properties in Las Vegas finally joining the list this week.
Cordish Gaming Group says it will enter the Pennsylvania online casino market as early as this fall under a partnership with GAN.
The season-ending WSOP Circuit event was scheduled for August at Harrah's Cherokee but will instead run on WSOP NJ and WSOP NV on Sept. 13.
More than 200 casinos have reopened across 19 US states, with precautions in place intended to control the spread of COVID-19.
Before the coronavirus outbreak, the tribes and state of Connecticut were mired in a debate over sports betting, online gambling, and casino expansion.
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.