Missouri Lawmakers may want to charge sportsbooks the integrity fee pro sports leagues have asked for–they just don’t want to give the leagues the money.
Some states want a piece of the estimated $150 billion Americans bet illegally on sports every year, but they won’t get it with oppressive tax rates.
Nevada regulators are considering changing the rules governing sportsbooks to allow real-money wagers on events such as the Academy Awards and Grammys.
The Arkansas Supreme Court decided this week to uphold democracy and keep a referendum on gambling expansion and new casinos on the election ballot.
A Canadian casino pilot program placed warning labels on slots presenting the statistical realities of the machines. The result? Gamblers ignored them.
The spread of legal sports betting hasn’t changed CBS’ mind about what they can and can’t talk about on this season’s NFL broadcasts.
Problem gambling groups are taking things too far by calling for McDonald’s restaurants to stop putting a Super Mario slot machine toy in its Happy Meals.
While many casino industry insiders are panicking about Las Vegas casino visitation numbers, Steve Ruddock thinks it is far too early to panic.
The latest MGM Resorts and Boyd Gaming deal creates a major player in the sector and strengthens the online gambling and sports betting lobby.
Pennsylvania celebrates nine online gambling license applications. The message to other states is high taxes and fees are no deterrent–don’t listen!