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Connecticut has cleared what was probably the largest hurdle to legalizing online gambling: reaching a fair compromise with the tribes.
Connecticut sports betting and online gambling have been held back by conflicting interests, yet circumstances have changed and compromise is possible.
An organization representing 22 municipalities in southeast Connecticut asked Gov. Ned Lamont last week to authorize online gambling in the state.
With its existing operation in New Jersey and new partnerships with Kindred and Pala, Mohegan Sun is well-positioned for online gambling in Pennsylvania.
Connecticut's legislative session ended earlier this month, but Gov. Dan Malloy hasn't ruled out a special session to address sports betting and online gambling.
With Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods both on board, is Connecticut going to be the fifth state to legalize online casino and online poker?
Last week, not a single NJ online casino featured 400 games. Now there are three. But when it comes to a site's overall success, does...
With the launch of SugarHouse Casino, the number of out-of-state casinos in the NJ online gambling market has reached three. Will others follow suit?
The Connecticut gambling powerhouse launches an online casino brand in New Jersey's regulated Internet gambling market with partner Resorts Atlantic City.