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Connecticut should be the latest state to legalize iGaming and sports betting, according to an announcement today from Gov. Ned Lamont.
The "iLottery is here to stay," a spokeswoman with Washington, D.C.'s Office of Lottery and Gaming (OLG) told Online Poker Report on Monday.
Lottery courier services allow state residents to buy physical lottery tickets by proxy using their phones or tablets.
Launching instant draw games and keno this week, Rhode Island became the eighth US state offering a full suite of online lottery products.
The Virginia legislature has sent sports betting and casino bills to Gov. Ralph Northam less than a week after he authorized online lottery sales.
The legality of lottery resellers largely hinges on the laws of individual states, though the federal Wire Act is part of the conversation too.
A pair of bills covering both online lottery and sports betting are separately making their way though the two chambers of the Virginia legislature.
The success of the Michigan online lottery may have been a factor in the state's decision to pursue other forms of online gambling.
Digital instant-win tickets should soon be a reality for the North Carolina Education Lottery, thanks to its new chairman Courtney Crowder.
The Ohio Lottery is poised to become the next state to institute a mobile component. Last week during a House Finance Subcommittee on Primary and...
A group of seven Pennsylvania casinos filed joint litigation against the Commonwealth, seeking to stop the PA iLottery from offering “online casino-style games” to the...
The Pennsylvania Lottery launched 11 online instant win games in May. The games have been compared to online slot machines, which doesn't bode well for...
The first tangible evidence of gambling expansion appeared this week in Pennsylvania. It’s not online poker yet, nor sports betting nor online casino games. Those are...
By the end of 2018, some form of online lottery sales could be available in seven Northeast states: Pennsylvania, New York, Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts,...
The Pennsylvania Lottery talked with Online Poker Report about its launch of online games, where is just about three months away.
The Rhode Island Lottery could be going online. A state representative is introducing a piece of legislation that would allow for online lottery.