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Late in January, Google announced it would remove its prohibition on gambling apps in its Play Store. That change takes effect today.
Sheldon Adelson steered Las Vegas Sands away from online gambling, but its...
Gambling apps will be allowed in the Google Play store for the...
Despite initially hoping to continue negotiations, MGM Resorts International has abandoned its...
MGM has confirmed rumors that it informally floated an offer to take over joint venture partner Entain for the equivalent of $11 billion.
Bally's has partnered with a PA businessman to build a satellite casino, which will allow it to obtain online casino and sports betting certificates.
There's one more US gaming stock on the markets, as Golden Nugget Online Gaming has completed its deal to go public through SPAC reverse merger.
Not everything about US online gambling is hard to predict. Here are seven stories you can bet on hearing about in the coming year.
2020 has been an unprecedented year in many ways. Here, we run down the top 3 surprising and top 3 disappointing stories of the year...
DraftKings' new gift cards, good for all its sites, have an obvious convenience benefit, but also carry some risks in terms of responsible gambling.
Another loot box lawsuit is underway in California court. The plaintiff alleges that EA's dynamic match difficulty is aimed at coercing greater spending.
Hard Rock Digital, a new subsidiary, will expand the iconic brand's online presence with the help of Rafi Ashkenazi and other former Stars Group execs.
"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...
GVC Holdings, which owns Partypoker and co-owns BetMGM, is the first official partner of PlayPause, an interstate responsible gambling tool.
GVC will rebrand as Entain, as the company looks to establish a new identity and strategic direction, as well as a squeaky-clean compliance record.
An attempt to challenge the validity of Washington D.C.’s chosen online betting provider has failed. Intralot, a Greek company, was selected by the District in...
Sheldon Adelson's Las Vegas Sands looks to sell its remaining US properties for $6 billion. That could be good news for US online gambling.
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.