iGaming Regulatory News
The Michigan Gaming Control Board has released its latest monthly gaming revenue report for Detroit revealing that the city's three casinos generated aggregate revenue of $108.1M for the month of June. All three casinos opened for 21 out 30 days due to Covid-19 health concerns with capacity restriction lifted on June 22nd.
Singapore Announces Proposed Amendments to Gambling Laws Including Permitting Social Gambling in the Family Home
Singapore's Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has announced a series of proposed amendments to existing gambling laws. One of the most notable proposals suggests a change to public gambling laws to allow social gambling to take place in a home setting between family and friends.
The latest monthly revenue report from the Virginia Lottery has revealed that the state's licensed operators posted a sports betting handle of $226,963,573 for the month of May. The latest figures mark a 4.1% drop on April's handle of $236,432,523 and the lowest monthly handle since sports betting launched in January 2021.
The latest monthly revenue report from the Tennessee Lottery reveal that the state's sports betting handle came in at $160.9M for the month of May. The latest figures mark a drop of 6.8% from April's handle of $172.4M while.
The latest monthly revenue report from the Nevada Gaming Control Board has revealed that the state's casinos set an all-time record by collecting $1.23B in gaming revenue during the month of May.
According to the latest published blacklist, the Belgian Gaming Commission has added another four domains to the list of unlicensed online gambling websites that are banned from the country.
A BetMGM Casino player based in Michigan has filed a lawsuit claiming that the operator has refused to pay out $3,188,616.42 in winnings following a five-day lucky streak in March of this year.