A federal judge in New Hampshire has decided the DOJ can’t dodge a legal challenge to its Wire Act opinion. Will the truth about its origin come out soon?
Can you tell the difference between a legal and illegal sports betting market? If you can’t, don’t worry. It’s more difficult than most people imagine.
As online betting spreads across the US, operators and regulators should study the good, the bad and the ugly of European gambling.
Sports betting revenues are falling short of expectations, but the problem isn’t the industry’s performance, it’s the outlandish projections.
A ban on local college betting hasn’t hurt March Madness betting in NJ, but it could have, and should be gone before the tournament tips off in 2020.
Problem Gambling Awareness Month is the perfect time to take a look at the latest developments on the responsible gambling and problem gambling fronts.
The proverbial sports betting floodgates were opened when the Supreme Court repealed PASPA. But are states making a mistake by rushing legislation?
In a move that should soon prove to be more about money than it is integrity, Major League Baseball wants sportsbooks to stop taking spring training bets.
Sports betting proponents got a dose of reality after an 11-hour Connecticut hearing highlighted the hurdles states need to clear to pass legislation.
Don’t expect to hear anything about the US Department of Justice deciding to back off its latest Wire Act opinion, as it will be a very quiet retreat.