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With record-breaking spikes in coronavirus cases, attributed to crowds of maskless patrons in reopened bars, the governors of Florida and Texas have shut bars back down. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy

Michigan lawmakers are pushing to add a provision for interstate player pools to fast-track legislation to legalize online gaming in the state. State Senator Curtis Hertel Jr., one of the

Texas gaming mogul Tilman Fertitta said June 29 that he plans to take the online gaming section of his privately-owned Golden Nugget Casinos public into a company that will be

In a major victory for Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker recently signed Senate Bill 516, clearing the way for a new Chicago casino by making the proposed

Twin River Worldwide Holdings last week announced that it has completed the previously announced acquisition of Eldorado Resorts, Inc.'s subsidiaries that own the Isle of Capri Casino in Kansas City,

Tech goliath Apple has been targeted by a California parent in a class action complaint against the “loot box” mechanisms Apple sells through its App Store. The parent, Rebecca Taylor, alleges

Republicans in the Pennsylvania state Senate are following lawmakers in other jurisdictions in pushing for the legalization of tens of thousands of so-called “skill games” currently operating around the state,

The Kalispel, Snoqualmie, Suquamish and Tulalip tribes of Washington have begun negotiations to amend their state tribal gaming compacts to include the right to offer sportsbooks. Sports betting became legalized in

For a time, it looked as if Singapore would dodge the Covid outbreak altogether. In March, the World Health Organization (WHO) pointed to Singapore's aggressive contact tracing and health testing

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has signed legislation to remove the 20 percent excise tax on sportsbook stakes—a tax doubled from 10 percent when last year’s finance bill was signed in