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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.
For all their public concerns, professional sports leagues and franchises appear more than willing to ink agreements with casinos and sportsbooks.
IGT will provide the online casino and online poker platform for Penn National, entering Pennsylvania under Hollywood's license and branding.
With gamblers acoss the US chasing the record $1.6 billion Mega Millions jackpot, folks in a handful of states can purchase lottery tickets online.
If the sale rumors are true, the Stadium Casino project in Philadelphia could be the sixth Pennsylvania property to change hands in a year.
Sports betting stole the show at a gaming expansion hearing in Illinois, but legal online gambling appears to be well positioned for a legislative push.
In order to maximize the online casino market's potential, Pennsylvania needs to foster competition. That will improve marketing and product innovation.
Midterm elections are likely going to reshape many statehouses, including Michigan's. Online gambling is one issue that may fall through the cracks.
Politicians and witnesses talked the talk at last week's sports betting hearing, but they're unlikely to walk the walk of federal intervention.
Former chairman Stephen Crosby resigned from the Massachusetts Gaming Commission this week, leaving behind a long list of accomplishments.
With its casinos tapping ott at 32 licenses, Pennsylvania has seven online gambling licenses left to award to outside entities via radom draw.
Congress will give airtime to two people at its sports betting hearing this week that will likely tell lawmakers that online gambling is bad for...
PokerStars has revealed a new, cutting-edge virtual reality online poker product that brings together elements from live and online poker.
New Hampshire quietly rolled out its first online lottery products this week, making the Granite State the sixth state to offer draw and/or instant win...
The US gaming industry is prepping for the biggest trade show and conference of the year. Here's what to expect at G2E and five can't...
As it prepares to rollout its online gambling websites, Pennsylvania can learn a lot from New Jersey, including how to mitigate the impact of the...
Pennsylvania can learn a lot about online gambling from New Jersey. For instance, NJ made a big mistake by not focusing on consumer awareness early...