Some of the biggest names in the burgeoning US online gambling and sports betting industry were honored on the opening day of G2E 2020, as Rush Street Interactive, GeoComply, and DraftKings claimed Global Gaming Awards.
For decades, the NCAA and the four major US professional sports leagues fought tooth and nail to maintain the status quo when it came to US sports betting. The main argument employed was the expansion of sports betting in the US would harm sports integrity.
The National Council of Legislators from Gaming States (NCLGS) will have a new president and a new focus in the not too distant future. Nevada State Sen. Keith Pickard, the incoming President of NCLGS, “is leading an effort to expand the national organization’s reputation as the primary source of best practices in gaming law and…
Make no mistake about it, COVID-19 has decimated the gambling industry. Analysis from leading research firm H2 Gambling Capital indicates global gambling revenue will hit a ten-year low in 2020.
Late on Thursday night, online gambling apps experienced outages across the country, as users complained of geolocation issues preventing them from accessing mobile sports betting apps and online casinos and poker sites in New Jersey and beyond.
Live Dealer online casino games have arrived in Pennsylvania. On Wednesday, Rush Street Interactive’s two online casinos, BetRivers and Play SugarHouse became the first Pennsylvania online casinos to offer live dealer games in the market. But considering how successful these offerings are in New Jersey, they definitely won’t be the last.
What is the recipe for a top-shelf online sports betting app? The answer to that question is a hotly debated topic whenever it comes up, with no shortage of theories (often presented as absolute truths) regarding sportsbooks and best practices.
The title of this column isn’t a misprint. Billions of dollars were collectively wagered through online gambling channels in Pennsylvania and New Jersey in September.
When Massachusetts legalized casinos in 2011, the law mandated an unprecedented study of casino gambling’s social and economic impacts. The mammoth undertaking, dubbed the Social and Economic Impacts of Gambling in Massachusetts (SEIGMA), is being carried out by the University of Massachusetts School of Public Health and Health Sciences.
If all goes according to plan, Michigan, Virginia, and Tennessee will join the fast-growing ranks of mobile sports betting states in the coming months. The addition of these three states will bring the number of US states with mobile sports betting up to 14.
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