A new poll conducted by Seton Hall provides an insightful snapshot of the public’s understanding of the new legal US sports betting industry.
The Arkansas Supreme Court decided this week to uphold democracy and keep a referendum on gambling expansion and new casinos on the election ballot.
With the lines blurring between video games and gambling, Washington State teamed up with 15 EU countries to crack down on loot boxes, social casinos.
A Canadian casino pilot program placed warning labels on slots presenting the statistical realities of the machines. The result? Gamblers ignored them.
Problem gambling groups are taking things too far by calling for McDonald’s restaurants to stop putting a Super Mario slot machine toy in its Happy Meals.
A recent ruling stating Big Fish Casino’s virtual chips constitute illegal gambling is already having a major impact on the social gaming industry, and this is likely only the beginning.
Six members of the New York Assembly are calling for tighter regulations of loot boxes in video games. A new bill would require more disclosure and age restrictions.
New Hampshire Senator Maggie Hassan is taking the issue of loot boxes in video games very seriously, calling for the video game rating’s board and the FTC to look into the matter.
UK poker player Jake Cody did something unfathomable to most Americans. He let more than a year’s salary for the average American worker ride on a single roulette spin.