With the DOJ dropping its appeal of a 2016 court ruling, the Mashpee Wampanoag’s fate as a gaming tribe is in the hands of the Department of the Interior.
Virtual sports is a runaway success in Europe, but with sports betting only legal in Nevada, the US debut of virtual sports raises a lot of questions.
It is a waiting game for online gambling enthusiasts as Pennsylvania lawmakers debated online casino legislation and online poker sites unveil new events.
Phil Ivey is a poker legend, but apparently that wasn’t enough to keep his “Ivey League” poker training site afloat. It will close at the end of April.
The announced retirement of Congressman Jason Chaffetz of Utah eliminates one of the major driving forces behind a federal online gambling in Congress.
Plenty of changes in the gambling world, including a shift in Amaya ownership, a raid of the Bicycle Casino, and new parking rates on the Las Vegas Strip.
The next two WPT500 stops, one at Gardens Casino in Los Angeles and another at Aria in Las Vegas, will pit the tour against the 2017 World Series Of Poker.
The NCLGS Summer Meeting agenda worries about legal marijuana use in casinos and whether the Trump administration will crack down on online gambling.
While some casinos in Tunica, MS are downsizing in the face of low revenues, Penn National is doubling down by acquiring both Bally’s and Resorts Casinos.
No online poker revenues in New York’s Assembly budget proposals, but the fight continues through 2017 as Gary Pretlow now plans standalone iPoker bill.