It was another great year for NJ online casinos, with nearly $250 million in annual revenue. The top performer of the bunch was Golden Nugget.
Even with $13 million in funding to address problem gambling issues, many states are spending almost nothing or nothing trying to address the problem.
After conquering the literary world with two best-selling books on psychology and science, Maria Konnikova is conquering poker, taking down a $1,600 event at PokerStars Caribbean Adventure.
Other casinos in Maryland may be struggling, but MGM National Harbor has thrived ever since it opened its doors near Washington D.C. last year.
Churchill Downs is getting out of the social casino business, but not before taking a $1B check for its Big Fish Games company.
Poker streaming channel PokerGO is hosting a series of high stakes poker events, complete with mixed games, during Jan. and Feb. 2018 at Aria in Las Vegas.
You may think the time for mobile poker came and went, but Zynga isn’t just still doing well. It is growing into a mobile card game empire.
After wowing the airline industry with its stellar service Virgin hopes to do the same for the Las Vegas brick and mortar casino industry.
After Hurricane Irma devastated the country, Antigua and Barbuda are even more eager for gambling-related WTO payments from the US.
Fred Khalilian, COO of headphone company Monster, is launching an online poker site, PokerTribe.com, which he wants to run in tandem with US tribal nations.