Golden Entertainment, operator of 56 gaming tavern locations across Nevada, has been approved for a video gaming terminal operator license.
If the Supreme Court rules in favor of New Jersey in its sports betting case, Connecticut could be one of the first states to add sports betting
Online gambling legislation may be stalled, but online gambling research is moving forward full speed ahead, with positive results.
The state of New York is enjoying a bit of a poker renaissance right now. With the possibility of online poker, even brighter days are ahead.
Poker Night in America’s new social poker app is fun on its own, but the opportunity to win a free seat on the show is what makes it really exciting.
A white paper from Spectrum Gaming Group concludes that US casinos have gone from rejecting online gambling to accepting it, and will soon embrace it
The online poker efforts in New York died this week. Now VGTs issues could kill off the Pennsylvania iGaming bill as well.
The Nevada marijuana laws are about to get more relaxed, but Las Vegas casinos are as strict as ever when it comes to cannabis.
The race to become Atlantic City’s eighth casino is a lot closer than one might think with front runner TEN losing its lead on the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
The Northeast will soon be a very crowded casino market, and the casino that grabs customer share from these contested locales will likely prevail.