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Social media is already an important part of the sports betting experience, and DraftKings is taking it in house with new features.
Wynn Interactive is wagering its bettors will enjoy seeing a personalized, social news feed in the WynnBet app, using BetBull technology.
FanDuel Casino is now up and running in West Virginia, in partnership with The Greenbrier, which already hosts its sportsbook.
Caesars Entertainment watched how well fellow luxury retail casino and hotel brand MGM Resorts International‘s brand, BetMGM, performed financially in Michigan during the past three...
In states that have legal iGaming and online sports betting, the revenue for the former provides more than twice as much revenue.
Australian bookmaker PointsBet has made its first foray into the US online casino market, launching its new product in Michigan.
Penn National Gaming established a new in-house content creation team to develop new products for its online casino.
Television may seem like an odd channel to use to reach out to online gamblers, but it's working well for America's top three operators.
Illinois lawmakers are moving forward on their promise to consider legalizing online casino gambling in 2021.
BetMGM recently expanded its responsible gambling toolbox by integrating GameSense, developed by the British Columbia Lottery Corporation.
Parx Interactive has entered the Michigan market as the state's 14th operator, in partnership with Gun Lake Casino.
Passing laws takes time, and online gambling laws seem to require a lot of it. OPR looks at how legislative session lengths impact iGaming.
Michigan's online gambling market is chasing down Pennsylvania's for the title of biggest in the country, despite the latter's head start.
The "iLottery is here to stay," a spokeswoman with Washington, D.C.'s Office of Lottery and Gaming (OLG) told Online Poker Report on Monday.
Pennsylvania's iGaming market isn't as explosive as it was in its first months, but is settling into a pattern of steady, sustained growth.
DraftKings announced it's the first and only US online casino operator to offer Spanish 21, a blackjack variant with a low house edge.
Asian-Americans make up a disproportionately large portion of retail casino gamblers, yet are underrepresented online. Why?
FanDuel will begin trading shortly on US stock exchanges, and its IPO is expected to result in a valuation of $35 billion or more.
Carousel Group partnered with men's magazine Maxim to create MaximBet.com. The new brand will offer sports betting and online casino.
The city of Chicago is soliciting bids for Las Vegas-style casino resort, as the state of Illinois seeks to legalize iGaming.
About 73% of Americans gambled: 7% of them exhibited problem behavior and sports bettors were three times as likely to show such signs.
Bally's Corporation is driving hard into verticals with a series of acquisitions which may include Gamesys Group for $2.7 billion.
Flutter's chances of avoiding a $1.3 billion judgment are looking slim, as the Kentucky Supreme Court denied its petition for a rehearing.
GameCo is persevering in its quest to merge video game nostalgia with casino gambling, while also entering the esports betting arena.
BetMGM debuted its online casino and sportsbook apps in the Google Play store on March 24. It already offered online poker for New Jersey.