New Jersey lawmakers can right one of the very few wrongs in the bill that legalized sports betting: removing the NBA betting ban at Golden Nugget.
New Jersey should declare June 14 a state holiday. The anniversary of the launch of the unmitigated success that is NJ sports betting should be celebrated.
A US District Court Judge threw out the Department of Justice’s new opinion on the Wire Act last week, giving the DOJ the chance to walk away from this mess.
Pundits are optimistic about Massachusetts’s sports betting prospects following a two-day hearing and a letter from the state’s casinos. But should they be?
Now that the first PA sports betting apps are going live, is it time to admit Pennsylvania may be getting this whole sports betting thing right?
Sports betting legalization has created losers as well as winners. The biggest losers aren’t obvious, but read on to see who missed the boat in year one.
Nearly $8 billion has been bet at legal US sportsbooks since the PASPA repeal. But H2 Gambling Capital’s David Henwood says that’s only the tip of iceberg.
Arguments for legal sports betting are based on Americans betting $150 billion every year. Are lawmakers giving sportsbooks what they need to capture it?
Vegas is always changing–part of the appeal that can be as frustrating as it is exciting, and visitors should expect changes at both Caesars & MGM Resorts.