Online gambling legislation may be stalled, but online gambling research is moving forward full speed ahead, with positive results.
A white paper from Spectrum Gaming Group concludes that US casinos have gone from rejecting online gambling to accepting it, and will soon embrace it
The race to become Atlantic City’s eighth casino is a lot closer than one might think with front runner TEN losing its lead on the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
While several states struggle to pass online casino legislation, New Jersey just keeps rolling in the dough, setting records left and right.
New Jersey recently surpassed $100 million in online gambling tax revenue just 3 1/2 years after launching. Other states need to start paying attention.
Casinos will consider anything when it comes to new revenue streams lately, including virtual sports, online gambling, and more entertainment offerings.
The Atlantic City we all love is here to stay with plans to redevelop Revel and Trump Taj Mahal into TEN and the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City.