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A potentially historic SCOTUS battle has been averted, as PokerStars owner Flutter and Kentucky have reached an agreement to settle.
The Ontario Alcohol and Gaming Commission has released its "Registrar's Standards for Internet Gaming." Here's what's in them.
Another loot box lawsuit is underway in California court. The plaintiff alleges that EA's dynamic match difficulty is aimed at coercing greater spending.
The federal government has restated its arguments to the First Circuit Court of Appeals as it works to expand the scope of the 1961 Wire...
A number of parties have filed amicus briefs in support of the New Hampshire Lottery, which is litigating the 2018 Wire Act opinion in the...
Litigation over the scope of the Wire Act is still underway in the First Circuit, though the court has canceled its upcoming sitting due to...
A recent post from the Thoroughbred Idea Foundation on the state of horse racing provides a cautionary tale for the young US sports betting industry.
The legality of lottery resellers largely hinges on the laws of individual states, though the federal Wire Act is part of the conversation too.
The growing rift between the governor and the tribes in Oklahoma makes online poker and sports betting an afterthought for now.
What happened in the Ninth Circuit courts that convinced a Congressman from New York to file a federal sports betting bill?
The Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling has filed its amicus brief in the Wire Act appeal, reinforcing a few key points that fell flat in...
Three prominent tribes in Oklahoma have filed suit against the governor over the terms of their compacts authorizing Class III gaming.
An appellate brief filed by the US Department of Justice indicates that it will not back down from the legal battle over the scope of...
The alleged cheating of poker pro Mike Postle is now the subject of a civil lawsuit in California, but what about the criminal implications?