It’s only Tuesday, and Responsible Gaming Education Week (RGEW) 2020 continues to deliver. Yesterday it was the American Gaming Association’s announcement of its revised advertising code of conduct, and today it’s GeoComply’s PlayPause.
A survey from the American Gaming Association (AGA) has found that the coronavirus pandemic and uncertainty surrounding the upcoming NFL season have not dampened Americans’ enthusiasm for NFL betting.
News of a deal between PointsBet, a leading US sports betting provider, and the University of Colorado led to a flurry of comments on Gambling Twitter. These comments ran the gamut, as some praised the agreement, some raised concerns, and some outright mocked it.
The big news out of the sports betting world on Monday had nothing to do with new legislation in a key state or a mega-merger of gaming companies. Instead, the big news in the US sports betting space had to do with the offshore industry and one well-known offshore sportsbook’s decision to shut off the…
The US gambling industry has been both a winner and loser during the COVID-19 global pandemic. Some products suffered, and some products benefited.
You don’t have to spend too much time reading the tea leaves to know that Penn National is counting down the days until its Barstool sports betting app makes its debut in Pennsylvania.
There’s a new entry into the legal US online casino market PlayLive!. The PlayLive! brand will make its debut in the Pennsylvania market, courtesy of the Cordish Gaming Group, a division of The Cordish Companies.
GameCo has spent several years trying to usher in a new era of casino gaming. Unfortunately, land-based operators have had a tepid response to these efforts. Now the company is setting its sights on the legal US online casino market, a market that may be far better suited to its video game gambling products.
If you tuned into the live stream of yesterday’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing dubbed, “Protecting the Integrity of College Athletics,” hoping for rational discussion on sports betting policy, you were probably disappointed.
Oklahoma sports betting was dealt a blow Tuesday by the state Supreme Court
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