Be it a livestreamed grudge match at SugarHouse Casino or an online celebration by PokerStars NJ, the East Coast gambling industry dominated news this week.
The success of New Jersey online casinos might be causing states like Pennsylvania, New York, and West Virginia to more seriously consider online gambling.
Could Sheldon Adelson be leaving Pennsylvania behind, paving a clear path for online gaming legislation to pass which could solve budget woes in the state?
New Jersey is making strides both with Trump and online casino revenue, while TN explores casinos and PA brick and mortars try to turn revenues around.
A new bill in Tennessee could bring casinos to the state to help bolster the already booming tourist economy. TN offers a lottery and daily fantasy sports.
While Nevada brings in record numbers in Super Bowl bets and billions in gambling revenue, states like New Hampshire and Pennsylvania look to expand gaming.
A new bill in the Maryland legislature proposes a task force to investigate sports wagering and a framework for the state’s casinos to take sports bets.
The memorable and competitive Super Bowl LI between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons took in a record $138 million in Nevada sports bets.
While poker players in New Jersey were claiming big prizes on PokerStars, big name pros were vying for seats in the $300,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl.
After two incredibly narrow votes, a bill to define poker as a game of skill and bring tournament poker to the state of Virginia passed in the state Senate.