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Barely a month after making its debut as a regulated sportsbook in New Jersey, Fox Bet now offers online casino games like blackjack and roulette.
Online gambling in New Jersey is in the midst of an unprecedented growth spurt, with revenue cresting $40 million across poker and casino verticals.
The hot streak for NJ online gambling opeators is showing no signs of letting up through another record-setting month of revenue.
MGM has filed a federal lawsuit against the US Department of the Interior, challenging an agreement between Connecticut and its tribal casino operators.
June's revenue report showed more of the same for NJ online gambling sites, and a wider view of the market illustrates the utter dominance of...
A proposed amendment to an appropriations bill would block the US Department of Justice from using federal funding to target legal online gambling.
As the NJ online gambling industry continues to grow, Golden Nugget seems to have an insurmountable lead atop the monthly revenue reports.
Bettors in Pennsylvania no longer need to leave the couch to bet on sports, as SugarHouse Sportsbook has officially opened its virtual windows.
A federal judge in New Hampshire has set aside a recent Wire Act opinion from the US Department of Justice, a win for legal online...
Online gambling sites approached another revenue record in April, hauling in $36.6 million across poker and casino verticals.
The path to Michigan online gambling might not be so easy this year, as the new governor expressed similar concerns to her veto-happy predecessor.
Nearly 18 months after the governor signed the enabling legislation, Pennsylvania has a date for the launch of online gambling: July 15.
A federal judge in New Hampshire is hearing arguments in the legal challenge to the new Wire Act opinion issued by the US Department of...
A bill that would legalize online gambling in Michigan cleared its first committee stop with ease on Tuesday, keeping it on course for passage.
This covers the full landscape of applications, approvals, and partnerships for PA online poker, casinos, and sports betting.
A shortened month was the only thing that prevented New Jersey online casinos from posting another record-setting revenue report in February.
Michigan was just a governor's signature away from legal online gambling last year, and proposed legislation is back on file in both chambers.
Pennsylvania is trudging toward the launch of its online gambling industry, but the DOJ's new Wire Act opinion has pushed the timeline back into summer.
DraftKings has paved a path into the broader US online gambling and sports betting markets under a new partnership with casino giant Caesars Entertainment.
Trade group iDEA Growth has brought a third federal lawsuit against the US Department of Justice regarding its new Wire Act opinion.
A multi-pronged bill that would legalize online poker, daily fantasy sports, and sports betting in Kentucky is headed to the House floor for consideration.
A bill that would legalize full-scale online gambling in West Virginia cleared its first committee stop in the House of Delegates on Tuesday.
Multiple states and stakeholders have criticized the new Wire Act opinion, but New Hampshire is the first to bring legal action against the DOJ.
MGM Resorts International CEO Jim Murren isn't a fan of the Department of Justice's reinterpretation of the federal Wire Act: ' It's just we think...
New Jersey online casinos posted another record month in January, combining with NJ online poker sites to generate $33.6 million in total revenue.