The DOJ’s latest opinion on the Wire Act threatens US online gambling and leaves questions. What does it all mean? What’s next? What are the reactions?
Now that 8 US states offer legal sports betting, competition for business is intensifying. Here’s a roundup of how things are going for 5 of the new states.
Caesars Entertainment is rebranding its Total Rewards loyalty club program, offering the same great perks and a few extra incentives for high-tier players.
Pennsylvania sports betting welcomes another sportsbook. Our Sportsbook is ready for some bets! Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-Gambler pic.twitter.com/JMpXuvTJ3n — Parx Casino (@parxcasino) January 8, 2019 Parx Sportsbook, in Bensalem, accepted its first sports bets on Tuesday, Jan. 8, as part of …
Figures from PlayPennsylvania.com show PA has collected almost $400 million in revenue from its new gambling laws, even though games have barely started.
Oneida Indian Nation has partnered with Caesars to bring sports betting to upstate New York. The tribe owns three casino properties in the area.
DraftKings announced it reached an agreement to bring its mobile sports betting app to Hollywood Casino in WV, an affiliate of Penn National Gaming.
There’s a lesson that states considering launching legal sports betting can learn from New Jersey: now is the time for online and mobile sportsbooks.
Penn National is ditching Marquee Rewards, which will be switched over in favor of the mychoice card program by Pinnacle Gaming–Penn’s new acquisition.
Presque Isle Downs became the seventh Pennsylvania casino to petition for a sports betting license. The PGCB received the application on Dec. 7.