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High Stakes Poker was an iconic part of televised poker during the boom years. Can it make a comeback in 2020? PokerGO intends to find out.
GVC Holdings, which owns Partypoker and co-owns BetMGM, is the first official...
GVC will rebrand as Entain, as the company looks to establish a...
An attempt to challenge the validity of Washington D.C.’s chosen online betting...
Special purpose acquisitions companies (SPACs) have been busy recently taking gambling sector companies public. Two more have been announced just this week.
Playtika, a social gaming company once owned by Caesars, looks to go public on US exchanges with a valuation potentially as high as $10 billion.
William Hill has gone ahead with its plans for an online casino product in New Jersey despite its impending acquisition by Caesars.
Costa Rican sportsbook and casino 5Dimes looks to scrub over a decade of illegal gambling from its history and obtain a license to operate legally.
Hard Rock has severed its relationship with GIG and will migrate to Scientific Games for online casino and sportsbook in 2021.
Caesars' upcoming takeover of William Hill fits the market trend of consolidation, but what will its branding strategy look like?
DraftKings Casino launched a new live dealer product this week but faced criticism for the way Speed Roulette was announced.
The billionaire businessman will pay a fine of $30,000 for operating the world's largest online poker site in violation of state and federal laws in...
G2E is moving online this year due to coronavirus concerns, but there will be plenty of content on tap, including some that's totally free of...
There's a lot of excitement about machine learning these days, but the gambling industry should be careful before applying the technology too broadly.
A key takeaway from UNLV's gambling primer for lawmakers is just how important collaboration is, as no one party has all the pieces of the...
The so-called PlayPause tool will be made freely available to US sports betting and online gambling firms thanks to non-profit Conscious Gaming.
Before COVID-19, casino visitors preferred having a dealer at each table, but health concerns now mean electronic setups could get a second look.
Three lawsuits in the state of Washington involving social slots products have ended in settlements which include modifications to the games in question.
Speculation that William Hill and Caesars Entertainment might be working on a joint venture for online casino has lit up the gambling and investment media.
BetMGM has struck a nationwide live dealer partnership with Evolution Gaming as both companies prepare to expand into Pennsylvania and Michigan.
COVID-19 caused national gaming revenues to crater in Q2, but recovery is underway. Here's how casino gaming's comeback looks in numbers.
Flutter's H1 2020 investor presentation contained some good news for poker players, as it announced its intention to be more generous with promotions.
Electronic Arts faces a class action suit from alleging that randomized in-game purchases amount to illegal gambling under California law.
Churchill Downs will look to boost its BetAmerica online gambling brand with new technology partners after inauspicious early returns.