United States Senator Orrin Hatch says the Supreme Court decision allowing states to legalize sports betting could open up sports to corruption and Congress needs to act to protect its integrity.
The Supreme Court of the United States struck down the law that made sports betting illegal almost everywhere. Who are the winners and losers in the new betting marketplace?
The Kentucky Derby stands to benefit from a positive opinion from the Supreme Court. In fact, the entire horse racing industry does.
For the first time in a long time, big time poker players had a big-time choice when it came to where to play this week, as the cease-fire in the war for poker tour supremacy ended.
Ask the average player in any US poker room what started poker’s boom in popularity and most will give you just a single name: Chris Moneymaker. But aren’t the men who started the WPT just as responsible for the game’s sudden burst in popularity?
Are Pennsylvania casinos finally willing to admit the casino market in the Northeast has become saturated? The latest mini-casino auctions suggest perhaps that is the case.
New Hampshire has always been a relatively progressive state when it comes to the lottery. But that reputation may be changing now that it has dropped an ad campaign just for sounding like something profane.
Louisiana is currently considering a future with legalized online gambling. It just needs to dig itself out of the past first when it comes to casino regulation.
New Jersey is an online casino success story but given the interest in Pennsylvania, could its iGaming industry be even bigger?
The National Council on Problem Gambling has suggestions on sports betting regulation, including funding for RG programs and more consistent age restrictions.