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The Pennsylvania Senate roundly rejected a House-approved plan to fund the state budget this week. For anyone thinking that's a bad omen for the prospects...
A surge by Caesars and the launch of an MGM online casino help the New Jersey online casino industry have its second best month in...
The sponsor of a Michigan online casino bill was bullish on its prospects at a hearing on Wednesday, even as casinos oppose legislation as written.
The Michigan House appears to be set to look at a new piece of online gambling legislation this week.
MGM Resorts International launched its New Jersey online casino on August 1, 2017, the first time the iconic gaming company has lent its name to an...
New Jersey's gaming regulators have released new proposed rules that deal with online casinos and poker in the state.
A group of House Republicans in Pennsylvania unveiled a possible plan to pay for a shortfall in the state budget, months after the Senate passed...
The expansion of lottery sales online in New Hampshire has its neighbor to the south very worried.
A new study on video gaming terminals in Illinois could further complicate the path forward for legalizing them in Pennsylvania.
A rumored budget plan from House Republicans in Pennsylvania raises the possibility that online gambling could be pushed off the agenda for this year.
NYX Gaming Group CEO Matt Davey expressed his optimism for the prospects of US online gambling in the company's latest earnings call.
New Jersey state Sen. Ray Lesniak will introduce a bill to allow people outside of the state to place bets at NJ online casinos and...
New Jersey online casinos have now generated $600 million in lifetime revenue. NJ online poker operators bounced back in July.
Illinois remains a possibility for the fourth state to regulate online poker, iGaming and daily fantasy sports, according to a recent report.
The possibility of legalizing video gaming terminals in Pennsylvania continues to be a thorn in the side of online gambling regulation.
Pennsylvania's budget situation continues to remain dire as lawmakers continue to kick the can down the road on online poker and gambling regulation.
A New Jersey state senator is looking to allow international and interstate player pools for online poker.
The famed strip club chain Scores is trying to use its marketing power with young men to make it in the New Jersey online casino market.
Senate Republicans in Pennsylvania now officially have a plan to fill a $2 billion gap in the state budget, likely relying on online gambling.
The state's House of Representatives plans to hold a weekend session while a gaming bill with online gambling in it remains in limbo.
While the New Jersey online casino market hums along with $20 million in revenue, online poker has its worst month in state history.
Pennsylvania state Sen. Jay Costa indicated a vote on a gaming package -- one that would legalize online gambling in the state -- should take...
The latest version of the Pennsylvania Senate calendar does not include action on a massive gaming bill that includes the legalization of online gambling and...
Pennsylvania lawmakers appear ready to pass a budget for the fiscal year that starts on July 1. Whether online gambling will help pay for it...
The possibility of Illinois legalizing online gambling and daily fantasy sports during a special session going on now is looking worse by the day.