A bill which would allow table games to be operated at Rhode Island racinos failed to advance beyond the governor’s veto, leaving voters unable to decide for themselves.
Author / Matt Miller
Harry Reid is as mysterious as the Sphinx when it comes to predicting his ultimate stance on online casino regulation.
Amendments proposed to Barney Frank’s Internet casino bill shelter certain gaming operators from competition for gambling entertainment dollars.
New French gambling taxes have online poker players staging protests similar to the Tea Party grassroots movement in the US.
Intrastate Internet poker will not be regulated by the state of California anytime soon, as proponents couldn’t come to agreement about licensing requirements.
Utah may seem a poor sister compared to its new relatives in the Pac-10, but sports betting reality is that Utah’s football program may be the conference’s strongest.
While Las Vegas gaming operators become eager to prepare for the opening of the US online casino market, state regulators are cautioning them to be wary.
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.
Advertisements seeking to fill positions running an online casino were released by land-based slot machine company WMS.
New York’s police commissioner noted that illegal sports betting is harmful, proving a need for regulate sports gambling.
Harrah’s Entertainment is already the world’s largest gaming company, but is adding to its empire with online casinos and a new Las Vegas Strip gambling resort.
Governor Bob Riley of Alabama abhors gambling and wants to eradicate it in his state, except when it comes to him betting on sports.
There is a bay shift occurring in the nature of sports betting, as players desert land sports books for online casinos.
Illinois racing officials love the arrival of online gambling to their tracks, but foreign online casino operators are a mite confused.
Full Tilt, one of the most popular Internet poker operators, is being sued in California for supposedly using software bots disguised as players to win hands on the site, and for accusing legitimate players of operating as bots themselves.