It’s not happening at the pace supporters would like, but from lottery to DFS, legal online gaming is spreading across the United States.
Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut topped the list Best U.S. Casino from the USA Today 10Best Reader’s Choice 2017 awards this year.
Several feuds in the gambling world this week Phil Hellmuth won a heads-up title, while NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo escalated his battle with Seneca Nation.
The NY State Thruway could end up a looking like the Las Vegas Strip if Gov. Cuomo’s promise to build another casino is more than just another empty threat.
PokerStars is returning to the United States with a new social gaming app it says combines the best of social gaming and poker action.
New Jersey continues to succeed on the online gambling front, while Pennsylvania and poker on TV hope their latest changes will lead to success.
It’s getting hard for lawmakers around the country to ignore New Jersey, with the state’s online gambling industry posting another $20 million-plus month.
Both New Jersey and Texas are searching for workarounds for existing gambling law to bring poker and online casinos to more people.
New Jersey State Sen. Ray Lesniak wants to open up the state’s online gambling sites to the rest of the world. He could save online poker in the process.
MGM National Harbor isn’t your grandfather’s casino. In fact, casinos across the board are reshaping their image, tweaking their focus away from gambling.