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Connecticut online gambling is set to debut in two weeks, but what about online poker? It's legal, but will anyone launch a product?
DraftKings has confirmed rumors that it is in takeover negotiations with Entain, but won't elaborate on details.
Rush Street Interactive (BetRivers) is the third and final online sports betting operator to gain access to the Connecticut market.
US online gambling's latest M&A story is DraftKings' announcement of an all-shares deal to scoop up Golden Nugget Online Gaming.
FanDuel will officially partner with Mohegan Gaming and Entertainment (MGE) on retail and online gambling, sports betting and DFS in CT.
Early next week is the anticipated launch of DraftKings Social. Daily fantasy sports players will have first access to the new features.
BetRivers launched online casino in West Virginia a month ago. Its first month performance was modest but stable.
Social media is already an important part of the sports betting experience, and DraftKings is taking it in house with new features.
Michigan's online gambling market is chasing down Pennsylvania's for the title of biggest in the country, despite the latter's head start.
DraftKings announced it's the first and only US online casino operator to offer Spanish 21, a blackjack variant with a low house edge.
FanDuel will begin trading shortly on US stock exchanges, and its IPO is expected to result in a valuation of $35 billion or more.
A few weeks ago, rumors were circulating that DraftKings might buy Score Media and Gaming. Now they have the cash to do it.
Connecticut has cleared what was probably the largest hurdle to legalizing online gambling: reaching a fair compromise with the tribes.
Gambling analyst Chris Grove says legal online poker in New York could dovetail nicely with the state's efforts for mobile sports betting.
Michigan took its time getting its online gambling market off the ground, but it was worth the wait, as revenue is already pouring in.
Google began allowing gambling apps in its Play Store on Mar. 1. Ten days in, DraftKings is the only such app yet available.
Pennsylvania's brick-and-mortar casinos shut down again in December for several weeks, catapulting online gambling revenues to new heights.
After more than a year of waiting, Michigan gamblers will get their chance to play online starting this Friday, as nine operators prepare to launch.
The Michigan Gaming Control Board meets Tuesday to take care of last-minute red tape and provide answers to burning questions about the upcoming launch.
DraftKings' new gift cards, good for all its sites, have an obvious convenience benefit, but also carry some risks in terms of responsible gambling.
Andrew Moste's lawsuit against his former employers is the second case in two months involving illegal account sharing at DraftKings.
A sports betting deal between DraftKings and Foxwoods could have ramifications for the state's efforts to expand gambling, including online casinos.
Tennessee residents are now free to indulge in online sports betting, but don't count on additional forms of online gambling any time soon.
DraftKings Casino made roughly $825,000 in its first four weeks in West Virginia, as it currently holds a monopoly on online casino in the state.
West Virginia joined New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware as the latest state to have online casinos. DraftKings was the first operator to go live.