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The Wire Act has stunted the growth of the US online sports betting and gambling industries; is there any hope for an eventual rollback?
The core business model for online gambling faces more regulatory and societal pressure than ever before. How can operators adapt?
With large gatherings widely prohibited during the coronavirus outbreak, the SBC Digital Summit serves as an alternative to physical gaming conferences.
The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) approved the deal on Tuesday, saying the presence of bet365 and GVC ensured strong competition in the UK.
Penn National, one of the largest casino operators in the US, will place nearly 97% of its workforce on unpaid furlough beginning Wednesday.
Stars Group chief executive Rafi Ashkenazi will not join combined group's managament team but instead be available as a consultant and Board member.
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...
Two months after surrendering to US authorities, the founder of the world's largest online poker site today pled guilty to a federal gambling charge.
Murren's task force will look to leverage the power and resources of the private sector to help the Silver State combat COVID-19.
The shutdown of nearly all international sports has amplified the conversation around betting on things like esports, chess, and other novelty markets.
Concerns over the spread of COVID-19 have strained the global economy, with gambling companies among those hit hardest by widespread closures.
Casinos are shutting down in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, leaving online gambling sites to mitigate the losses of their physical counterparts.
Given their success abroad and early growth in the US, it's becoming clear that virtual sports are more than just a gimmick for US online...
March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month in the US, and the annual initiative — now in its 18th year — is more important than ever.
The outbreak of novel coronavirus COVID-19 is taking its toll on casino revenues worldwide, driving people to both legal and illegal online gambling sites.
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.
Poker no longer represents the heart of the Stars Group operation, a shift which will only hasten under the pending merger with Flutter Entertainment.
Cross-sell pushed online casino revenue past $26 million for FanDuel Group in Q4 2019, good for a 19% share of the New Jersey market.
Golden Nugget will roll out SG Digital's OpenSports platform to online sportsbook customers before next football season, starting with New Jersey.
The legality of lottery resellers largely hinges on the laws of individual states, though the federal Wire Act is part of the conversation too.
High-stakes gamblers in regulated markets are increasingly turning to the black market to get their wagers down in online casino and sports betting.
Jim Murren announced that he will vacate his role as CEO prior to the conclusion of his contract, which was not set to expire until...
UK Gambling Commission CEO Neil McArthur says a £2 cap on online slot stakes will be considered, with a decision made in six months.
Hard Rock online betting and gaming SVP Kresimir Spajic indicated that the operator aims to bring pieces of its technology in-house.