Representatives of the British Columbia government told organizers of artistic and cultural events they would no longer be eligible for grants funded by the casino and gambling revenue the province collects.
Month / May 2010
Aqueduct’s proposed slot casino will begin a new bidding process with newly confirmed gubernatorial candidate Andrew Cuomo watching closely.
Land-based US gambling companies were once the sworn enemy of foreign online casino operators, but the potential change in US law has the two sides getting chummy with each other.
While the religious wing of the Republican Party pushes for government to legislate against choices they don’t like, such as gaming at Internet casinos, Rand Paul seeks to allow individual liberties and limit government’s influence.
A North Carolina Indian tribe seeking recognition from the federal government may find its cause blocked as a promise to forgo gaming privileges seems tested by the hiring of a gambling consulting firm as lobbyists.
A new marketing agreement between Microgaming and Betware could result in Canadian residents receiving easy and regulated access to Microgaming’s slate of online casino games.
Advertisements seeking to fill positions running an online casino were released by land-based slot machine company WMS.
Voters backing Tea Party candidates are showing politicians they want less government intrusion, a shift that should greatly benefit fans and operators of online casinos.
Some mainstream news outlets haven’t discovered that Professor John Kindt is a tainted source for scientific study of online gambling, resulting in the publication of a New York Post story filled with inaccuracies.
New Jersey is steaming ahead on its plans to license online casinos, regardless of if or when federal action takes place.
An Australian bookmaker has released a horse racing application for iPhones that brings online gambling to the device.
2007 World Series of Poker Champion Jerry Yang to appear at Make-A-Wish fundraiser poker tournament at Diamond Jim?s Casino.
Dopamine production in problem gambling victims is similar in close-but-no-cigar losses to that following wins, illustrating further proof that compulsive gambling derives from imbalanced brain chemistry rather than gaming proliferation.
Delaware’s last hope to resurrect its sports betting program, blindsided by an appeals court decision limiting the types of gambling available, was lost as the US Supreme Court rejected hearing the case.