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Scientific Games has succeeded in selling off its sports betting wing, as planned. The buyer? UFC owner Endeavor Group Holdings, Inc.
Saskatchewan will get into the online casino and single game sports wagering business by way of a First Nations partnership agreement.
Connecticut has cleared its last major hurdle for online gambling, receiving the necessary approval from the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
The Connecticut Lottery Corporation (CLC) will officially announce its choice of online sports betting partner tomorrow, Aug 12.
Bill C-218, repealing the prohibition on single game sports betting in Canada, now needs only Royal Asset to become law.
Virginia lawmakers aren’t wasting any time on opening up Old Dominion to legal wagering. The state has authorized construction of five retail casinos at a...
Bally's Board Chairman Soohyung Kim told Online Poker Report the future of online gambling is working together with land-based casinos.
Connecticut should be the latest state to legalize iGaming and sports betting, according to an announcement today from Gov. Ned Lamont.
The new MGCB executive director says his goals include improving the agency's technology, expanding iGaming and launching interstate poker.
Sony has caused a stir by filing for an esports betting patent, but consultant Chris LaPorte sees a long and difficult road ahead.
Florida's special legislative session to ratify a new tribal gaming compact began with the removal of language regarding online casinos.
Illinois lawmakers are moving forward on their promise to consider legalizing online casino gambling in 2021.
Florida's sports betting agreement with the Seminole Tribe also commits the state to begin negotiations for iGaming within three years.
Passing laws takes time, and online gambling laws seem to require a lot of it. OPR looks at how legislative session lengths impact iGaming.
Mobile sports betting has made it into NY law. The next step will be operators bidding for access, which will determine the tax rate.
FanDuel will begin trading shortly on US stock exchanges, and its IPO is expected to result in a valuation of $35 billion or more.
New York's budget bill includes some controversial proposals for mobile sports betting. Here's how that could affect online poker in NY.
Carousel Group partnered with men's magazine Maxim to create MaximBet.com. The new brand will offer sports betting and online casino.
Canada's single game sports wagering bill is proceeding apace, but required an amendment to protect the country's racetracks.
About 73% of Americans gambled: 7% of them exhibited problem behavior and sports bettors were three times as likely to show such signs.
Bally's Corporation is driving hard into verticals with a series of acquisitions which may include Gamesys Group for $2.7 billion.
PointsBet and Penn National extend their market access deal to Pennsylvania and Mississippi, though only PA has an active market.
Gambling analyst Chris Grove says legal online poker in New York could dovetail nicely with the state's efforts for mobile sports betting.
Flutter has responded to media speculation about a possible FanDuel IPO by confirming that it is looking at the possibility.
BetMGM Sportsbook users can now enjoy boosted odds alongside their snacks when watching the game at Buffalo Wild Wings.