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Pennsylvania's iGaming market isn't as explosive as it was in its first months, but is settling into a pattern of steady, sustained growth.
This year's World Series of Poker has separate online and live components,...
DraftKings announced it's the first and only US online casino operator to...
This week marks the ten year anniversary of the most infamous day...
Flutter's chances of avoiding a $1.3 billion judgment are looking slim, as the Kentucky Supreme Court denied its petition for a rehearing.
The Kentucky Supreme Court has reinstated a judgment holding PokerStars liable for $870 million in damages for its illegal activities before Black Friday.
The KHRC will ask the court to reconsider the legality of historical horse racing but may need help from its allies in the legislature.
A long-suffering effort from Kentucky Rep. Adam Koenig to legalize online poker and sports betting is once again coming down to the wire.
Prospects for expanded gambling in Kentucky depend on whom you ask, with a local interest group declaring the bill "in trouble."
House Bill 137 is on the move in the Kentucky capital, unanimously clearing its first committee stop and moving to the floor for a full...
Rep. Adam Koenig is prepared to try again in Kentucky, prefiling legislation that would authorize online poker, sports betting, and DFS.
Kentucky was in contention to pass an online poker bill in 2019. It ultimately didn't, but there are plenty of reasons to believe 2020 will...
Despite a promising start, efforts to legalize online poker in Kentucky are on hold. Lawmakers intend to take up the issue again in early 2020.
A multi-pronged bill that would legalize online poker, daily fantasy sports, and sports betting in Kentucky is headed to the House floor for consideration.
Kentucky lawmakers are pursing gambling expasion in 2019, with bills filed concering online poker, sports betting, and casinos.
The Kentucky Court of Appeals has thrown out a years-old lawsuit between the Commonwealth and PokerStars.
A dispute is brewing between Amaya and PokerStars' former owners, stemming from an escrow fund established for legal costs and a court case in Kentucky.
A decision by the Kentucky Court of Appeals last week allows the Interactive Gaming Council to participate in a years-long domain seizure case.
PokerStars' parent company has filed a motion to dismiss Kentucky's attempt to seize the PokerStars domain name.
Bet Raise Fold premieres, Kentucky seeks settlements from online gambling operators and a rundown of all the other stories worth watching this week.