A new poll conducted by Seton Hall provides an insightful snapshot of the public’s understanding of the new legal US sports betting industry.
With the addition of MGM Springfield and Twin River Tiverton, the cannibalization concerns are being realized in the New England casino market.
A new bill in Virginia would legalize online lottery and online sports betting, but doesn’t appear to legalize retail sports betting.
In New England, the addition of MGM Springfield and Twin River Tiverton took a bite out of the competition’s revenue, but appear to be growing the market.
Between sports betting, poker, casino, lottery, horseracing and daily fantasy sports, residents in 43 states can place a wager over the internet.
MGM Springfield opened its doors in August, and its $10 million in revenue appears to be broadening the region’s player base instead of cannibalizing it.
One of the most popular products at the 2017 Global Gaming Expo (G2E) convention was Gamblit Gaming’s ‘Deal or No Deal Poker,’ now in casinos.
New England casinos posted a whopping $166 million in slot revenue in July. Following the recent openings of MGM Springfield and Twin River Tiverton, that number will only skyrocket.
MGM Springfield opened on Aug. 24 to a long line of customers and guests. Here’s a look inside the new Massachusetts casino.
Another fight over expanded gambling is shaping up between tribal casinos and California’s legal cardrooms. This time it’s over sports betting.