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Nevada Sportsbooks Rake In $458 Million in February

Sportsbooks in the state in Nevada had a stellar February, perhaps the very best February since the launch of the state’s gaming industry. This can be seen from the revenue figures reported by the Nevada Gaming Control Board which showed that the state’s sports betting facilities as well as their mobile apps handled a whopping […]

Secure Online Gambling Coming to Pennsylvania

The past couple of years have been filled with stunning shifts in the Keystone State especially with regards to gambling which officially went live in 2006 and has since to be one of the biggest gambling economies in the United States. Over the past year, the state’s gaming market has grown immensely thanks to the […]

Two More Pa. Casinos Apply for Sports Betting Licenses

Just when we thought that everything had reached the peak for the Keystone State’s sports betting market, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board on Friday announced that two more land-based casino operator are angling to venture into the booming sports betting industry. Mount Airy Casino Resort and Mohegan Sun Pocono, the two casinos, that forward their […]

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 […]

West Virginia Online Gambling Bill Becomes Law

On Wednesday, March 28, the Lottery Interactive wagering Act otherwise referred to as HB 2934 became law after Jim Justice, the state’s governor failed to sign it into law or veto it. Even though the occurrence was rather unorthodox, it came as a sigh of relief for most of the proponents of online gambling in […]

Non-Stop March Madness Betting at Pa.’s Rivers Casino

Legalized sports betting in the Keystone State has been on full throttle for almost four months now and it has been paying off quite decently despite the recent reports of revenue drops in February. One casino, in particular, seems to be reaping the most out of the new legalized sports betting market especially because of […]

The NCAA and Legal Sports Betting in the United States

This year will be the very first time that the NCAA basketball championships will be taking place in the new legalized sports betting market in the US following the May 2018 Supreme court decision to abolish PASPA. Sports betting in the country has since seen a plethora of positive developments across several states. Despite this, […]

Pennsylvania’s Sports Betting Revenue Declines in February

The Keystone State’s sports betting industry has been on the spotlight for quite a while primarily because it slated to be one of the biggest in the United States. In fact, it is perhaps the only sector of the state’s gambling expansion plans that have progressed significantly since the laws were passed in October 2017. […]

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 […]

SugarHouse Reportedly Planning March Madness Parties

Sports betting in the United States has come a long way since the landmark Supreme Court ruling that was delivered in May last year. Now in full swing across several states, the industry is beginning to stabilize and become competitive as more operators venture into the market while others continue to innovate and improve their […]