The recent DOJ Wire Act opinion is facing an upswell of opposition from states with online gambling industries and/or lottery programs.
The new DOJ Wire Act opinion has caused uncertainty within the gambling industry, but some gaming law experts don't think it will hold up to...
The rapid expansion of the US sports betting industry will be a focus of panelists and presenters at both ICE London and LAC.
Sports betting and online lottery are already hot topics in the Massachusetts legislature, but the state shouldn't forget about online gambling.
The Massachusetts treasurer has laid down the gauntlet, telling lawmakers to skip online sports betting bills unless an online lottery is included.
The AGA issued a meek response to the Department of Justice's new opinion which threatens US online gambling. The industry needs more from the trade...
Just six months after launch, NJ sports betting has already spawned more controversy than online casino and poker have in five-plus years.
Connecticut is a candidate to legalize sports betting and online gambling in 2019, but only one of those appears to have a clear path to...
An online poker bill has been prefiled in the New York Senate, but a number of challenges will make legalization a tall task for 2019.
Gov. Rick Snyder vetoed a package of bills that would have brought online gambling to Michigan, a decision that will cost the state jobs and...
While revenue will always be the primary incentive for states that legalize online gambling, fringe benefits like job creation should not go overlooked.
Pending a signature from Gov. Rick Snyder, Michigan will become the fifth state to legalize online gambling. As the clock ticked down on its 2018 legislative session, the...
Everything you need to know about the 2011 DOJ opinion affirming states' rights to legalize online gambling — and what a reversal could mean.
As California has been a frontrunner to legalize online poker for most of a decade without success, industry experts chime in on the hurdles.
Lindsey Graham can't quit his crusade against online gambling. The Senator from South Carolina plans to grill another AG nominee on the Wire Act.
After five years of involvement in a joint venture, 888 Holdings has acquired 100 percent ownership of the All American Poker Network.
Draft legislation for a federal sports betting framework being circulated by Sen. Orrin Hatch touches on several issues familiar to online poker supporters.
Most analysts expect legal sports betting to spread rapidly across the country. So far so good, but don't be surprised if legislation suddenly stagnates.
A preliminary rundown of the top five online gambling candidates for 2019: Connecticut, Illinois, Michigan, New York, and West Virginia.
The legality of "California" games could be settled once and for all now that two tribes have filed a lawsuit against the state's card clubs.
PokerStars and Eldorado Resorts have inked a long-term deal that could see the online poker giant active in as many as 13 US states.
Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner appears to be going after online gambling as he takes preliminary steps toward federal sports betting legislation.
Election results around the United States impacted the future of online gambling and sports betting both directly and indirectly in a variety of states.
Don't be surprised if you see more Pennsylvania casinos ship their online gambling products across the border into New Jersey — and vice versa.
Pennsylvania regulators have given Presque Isle Downs and the Stadium Casino project interim approval to offer interactive gaming.