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Michigan law permits only a total of 15 brands in the state. The last of those, Soaring Eagle, expects to launch in the coming months.
An unnamed "US-based competitor of Evolution" is hoping that the NJ regulator will take action against the company.
Skillz stockholders claim that the skill games company perpetrated securities fraud, but may will wait longer than expected for a resolution.
The Canadian Gaming Association has taken on four new board members as the country prepares for its foray into regulated online gambling.
Plaintiffs in two class action lawsuits against DraftKings by its investors have received approval to be consolidate their cases.
Did the GNOG Board of Directors properly assess the value of their own company before accepting DraftKings' offer? One investor says no.
The FTC is reminding businesses, including online gambling operators, that paid endorsements must be indicated as such.
Pennsylvania lawmakers advocated for regulating skill-based games like Pace-O-Matic, saying they'd create tax revenue.
BetMGM, DraftKings and FanDuel were among the online gambling operators selected for the new New York sports betting marketplace. The operators Online Poker Report refers...
Up until now, Evolution has been lumping operators together at the same live dealer tables in Michigan. That changes this week.
Tipico has made its US online casino debut in NJ, with a good selection of games on launch day, including Monopoly.
During a MGM Resorts International earnings call, CEO Bill Hornbuckle said that BetMGM has its eyes on a future New York online market.
Poker software supplier EvenBet kept its Florida office open even after Black Friday and remains optimistic about prospects in the US.
Urban One had high hopes to get into the casino business, but those hopes hang by a thread as voters will likely reject the plan.
A new poker show, Lafaya Way Poker, will record its pilot episode just before the WSOP Main Event kicks off.
Real-money online games and free-to-play ones don't merely coexist: they seem to benefit one another, and revenues are soaring.
Scientific Games has accomplished its goal of selling off the major parts of its business not related to the online casino industry.
Betway's owners are planning to expand brand operations in the US and Canada very soon. On Sept. 9, they registered for a US IPO.
The allegations against former Rep. Mike DiMassa are unrelated to online gambling, but their timing creates poor optics for the state.
FanDuel and PointsBet have created new leadership roles in Canada, while DraftKings has signed a sponsorship deal with Wayne Gretzsky.
Aristocrat Leisure is buying Playtech and they plan for the combined company to be a leading B2B gaming platform provider.
DraftKings had until today to make a formal offer to acquire Entain, but the latter company has extended the deadline until next month.
Nutmeggers now have access to DraftKings and Mohegan Sun sportsbook-casino apps, plus PlaySugarHouse for sports betting only.
PlaySugarHouse Sportsbook has had a great first week, according to the Connecticut Lottery Corporation.
Expert projections from Eilers & Krejcik Gaming show iGaming revenue failing to double in 5 years, while sports betting will triple.