Revenues rose, seeds were sown on single market, one state adopted legislation, and others came close, making 2017 a banner year for online gambling.
Online virtual sports betting in New Jersey could be just a dry run in the hope the real thing is right around the corner or it could be the next big thing.
The gambling expansion bill has not been law for five days, but it is already making an impact in states beyond just Pennsylvania.
A Washington, DC think tanks says there are constitutional principles at stake in the New Jersey sports betting case before the US Supreme Court.
Thanks to growth across the nation and astrong performance from tribal casinos, 2017 could be a year for the revenue record books when it comes to gambling.
When it comes to gambling, apparently American can’t get enough. In fact, US commercial casinos are pace to post record revenue numbers this year.
Teaming up appears to be the way to really win. A look at sports books and online gambling and new shared player pools for online poker suggest just that.
With underwhelming New York casino revenue numbers, it is time to consider what gambling innovations can keep casinos from stagnating.
It’s getting hard for lawmakers around the country to ignore New Jersey, with the state’s online gambling industry posting another $20 million-plus month.