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Connecticut's per capita online casino revenue trails that of larger markets in the early going, perhaps due to the two-brand limit.
The allegations against former Rep. Mike DiMassa are unrelated to online gambling,...
Nutmeggers now have access to DraftKings and Mohegan Sun sportsbook-casino apps, plus...
PlaySugarHouse Sportsbook has had a great first week, according to the Connecticut...
Connecticut iGaming's launch will be delayed, tripped up by a procedural detail and heel-dragging by a federal journal.
Connecticut online gambling is set to debut in two weeks, but what about online poker? It's legal, but will anyone launch a product?
Time to get excited, Nutmeggers! Chief of Staff Paul Mounds says the state is focused on Oct. 7 as a launch date for online gambling.
The Connecticut Lottery and Rush Street Interactive will use the latter's older PlaySugarHouse brand to circumvent a strange branding rule.
Connecticut has cleared its last major hurdle for online gambling, receiving the necessary approval from the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Connecticut officials continued to move ahead on online gambling and sports betting today by approving regulations to govern them.
Rush Street Interactive (BetRivers) is the third and final online sports betting operator to gain access to the Connecticut market.
The Connecticut Lottery Corporation (CLC) will officially announce its choice of online sports betting partner tomorrow, Aug 12.
FanDuel will officially partner with Mohegan Gaming and Entertainment (MGE) on retail and online gambling, sports betting and DFS in CT.
As word spread on Thursday that daily fantasy sports operators in Connecticut will be able to continue serving players, speculation continued that FanDuel will partner...
Connecticut should be the latest state to legalize iGaming and sports betting, according to an announcement today from Gov. Ned Lamont.
Online casino and online sports wagering are nearing the end zone in Connecticut.
Connecticut has cleared what was probably the largest hurdle to legalizing online gambling: reaching a fair compromise with the tribes.
It looks like the only thing standing between Connecticut and a full-featured gambling market is a 2% difference in online casino taxes.
The proposed bill would allow tribes to offer online sports betting and casino, and the Connecticut Lottery to sell draw tickets and conduct keno online.
Connecticut sports betting and online gambling have been held back by conflicting interests, yet circumstances have changed and compromise is possible.
A sports betting deal between DraftKings and Foxwoods could have ramifications for the state's efforts to expand gambling, including online casinos.
Before the coronavirus outbreak, the tribes and state of Connecticut were mired in a debate over sports betting, online gambling, and casino expansion.
An organization representing 22 municipalities in southeast Connecticut asked Gov. Ned Lamont last week to authorize online gambling in the state.
Tribal casino shutdowns related to coronavirus have left nearly 300,000 Americans jobless, resulting in more than $300 million in lost wages to date.