United States Senator Orrin Hatch says the Supreme Court decision allowing states to legalize sports betting could open up sports to corruption and Congress needs to act to protect its integrity.
International internet gambling software developer and content supplier GAN has raised $10 million it plans to use to go after the ever-expanding US online and sports gambling markets.
The Supreme Court of the United States struck down the law that made sports betting illegal almost everywhere. Who are the winners and losers in the new betting marketplace?
One of the original authors the 1992 federal law banning sports betting, Sen. Orrin Hatch, plans to introduce new sports betting legislation to Congress in the wake of the Supreme Court sports betting ruling.
Can last season’s fad find success attaching itself to this year’s latest trend? With the boom far behind it now, poker is trying, by sidling up to a growing esports craze.
Americans bet big on the 144th running of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs Racetrack in Louisville, Kentucky this past weekend with wagering from all sources breaking race records.
For the first time in a long time, big time poker players had a big-time choice when it came to where to play this week, as the cease-fire in the war for poker tour supremacy ended.
The first ever tri-state shared player pool online poker games launched in New Jersey, Nevada, and Delaware on Monday night. One day earlier than planned.
Ask the average player in any US poker room what started poker’s boom in popularity and most will give you just a single name: Chris Moneymaker. But aren’t the men who started the WPT just as responsible for the game’s sudden burst in popularity?
The Illinois Lottery has landed itself in some hot water with players and consumer advocacy groups by following a policy to continue to sell scratch and win tickets even after the games’ biggest prizes have been claimed.