February 2019 was not kind to poker pro Phil Ivey. Ivey suffered a significant setback in his ongoing legal battle and lost his namesake Vegas poker room.
During a quarter 3 earnings call, MGM Resorts CEO Jim Murren reiterated plans to open sportsbooks in more states that legalize sports betting.
New iOS versions of New Jersey sports betting apps BetStars, 888, and playMGM are now available on the App Store, thanks to Apple giving each clearance.
The Borgata won a lawsuit over poker pro Phil Ivey related to edge-sorting in a baccarat game. Now, another part of the legal battle may move to Nevada.
New Jersey DGE numbers show sports betting has generated over $40 million in revenues for NJ gaming operators, while DraftKings leads the pack in mobile.
MGM is the second company to launch a mobile sportsbook in New Jersey, giving first-to-market DraftKings Sportsbook a run for its money.
UNLV student Brittany Rose invented a solution to the edge-sorting Baccarat problem that thrust Phil Ivey and Borgata into the spotlight recently.
Not all progress is created equal. While Pennsylvania and New York took small steps on major casino issues, they pale in comparison to NJ gambling success.
Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut topped the list Best U.S. Casino from the USA Today 10Best Reader’s Choice 2017 awards this year.