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Legal Sports Betting Finally Takes Off in Indiana

Indiana has officially become the 12th US state to legalize sports betting after three of the state’s casinos were inaugurated on September 1 just in time for the forthcoming NFL season. Of the three casinos that debuted their sports betting offerings, one of them was privileged to have been inaugurated by Governor Eric Holcomb who […]

Pa. Gets Serious About Restricting Online Play at Casinos

Online sports betting and online casinos have been a reality in the Keystone State for over a month now and it is every bit as exciting as many of the state’s residents expected it to be. The state’s online gambling sector was among the most anticipated ones in the United States and now that it […]

Pa. Gambling Watchdog Reiterates on Complaint Procedures

As online gambling continues to spread in the Keystone State, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has recently seen it fit to remind the state’s residents that they have a place to turn to if they think they were treated unfairly by any of the online gambling operators. On Monday, August 5, the gaming control […]

Proposed Amish Country Casino Divides Pa. Community

Pennsylvania statewide gambling expansion plans have been in the process of getting enforced in different capacities across the state. However, not many people have grasped the monumental implications of these laws and how they would affect the communities. However, the plans are slowly beginning to catch the attention of a number of stakeholders with the […]

UK Fixed Odds Betting Lockdown Takes Effect

The United Kingdom is one of the places that has had to grapple with extreme cases of problem gambling and for this reason, the country’s government and its gaming regulators have opted to take control of the issue through a series of amendments. Today makes the date for one of the major changes to the […]

NHL Enters Into Its Third Sports Betting Partnership

Just a little over a year ago, it was almost impossible to imagine that legal and sports betting in the United States would turn out the way it has. Needless to say, the May 14 landmark Supreme Court decision to abolish the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) marked the dawn of a new […]

DOJ Not Likely to Reverse Wire Act Opinion

In mid-February, the New Hampshire state lottery filed a lawsuit against the United States Department of Justice new interpretation of the 1961 Wire Act. The complaint was filed to a US District Court for New Hampshire with the Department of Justice and William Barr, the newly appointed Attorney General, as the defendants. According to their […]

US Lawmakers Worried About Mobile Sports Betting

Needless to say, the growth of sports betting in the United States since the Supreme Court lifted the federal ban on sports betting has been very rapid, to say the least. In essence, it implies that sports betting was already a big deal in the country even though all of it was happening underground and […]

New Pennsylvanian Bill Seeks to Curb Underage Gambling

On March 1, a new bill was introduced to the Keystone State’s legislature. HB 657, the bill in question, proposed an increase in the severity of penalties for offenses to underage gambling at the state’s land-based casino establishments. The legislation currently sits with the House Gaming Oversight Committee and no specific date for a hearing […]

Online Casino Bill Making Progress in West Virginia

West Virginia may just be on verge of launching its online gambling industry and becoming the fifth sated to do so. This news comes after the state’s Senate passed an online casino gaming bill by a 26-7 vote. The West Virginia Lottery Interactive Wagering Act (H 2934), the bill, is now closer to being passed […]