Is Michigan dragging its feet on online gambling because the legalization of internet gaming sites would end a state online gambling monopoly?
The Illinois Lottery has landed itself in some hot water with players and consumer advocacy groups by following a policy to continue to sell scratch and win tickets even after the games’ biggest prizes have been claimed.
New Hampshire has always been a relatively progressive state when it comes to the lottery. But that reputation may be changing now that it has dropped an ad campaign just for sounding like something profane.
Nine states have already legalized some form of online gambling, and it looks like a few more could join the list in 2018.
A New Hampshire woman will likely have to decide between her current life of anonymity and collecting a $560 million Powerball jackpot.
Income Access has a track record of success running online affiliate programs. It will now venture into the US online lottery industry, signing a landmark deal with the Michigan Lottery.
Seven states have introduced nine gaming bills over the course of the first two weeks of 2018. Here’s a look at each of these efforts and its chances of passing.
It’s not happening at the pace supporters would like, but from lottery to DFS, legal online gaming is spreading across the United States.
In order to stay relevant in a technological world, the Oregon Lottery is looking into online sales. Here’s what we know so far.