Despite a veto from now former Governor Rick Snyder, online gambling legislation is far from dead in the state of Michigan.
Caesars Entertainment is rebranding its Total Rewards loyalty club program, offering the same great perks and a few extra incentives for high-tier players.
The New England casino industry has been going through some big changes of late, but November saw the market start to stabilize.
The NFL has chosen Caesars Entertainment to be its official casino partner. The big four sports leagues all now have gambling partners.
Figures from PlayPennsylvania.com show PA has collected almost $400 million in revenue from its new gambling laws, even though games have barely started.
PokerStars is now the official poker partner of the UFC. The PokerStars brand will potentially access a whopping 1.1 billion UFC viewers worldwide.
After successfully launching an online sportsbook in New Jersey this year, DraftKings is now getting in the casino business and offering online blackjack.
Penn National is ditching Marquee Rewards, which will be switched over in favor of the mychoice card program by Pinnacle Gaming–Penn’s new acquisition.
With the addition of MGM Springfield and Twin River Tiverton, the cannibalization concerns are being realized in the New England casino market.