Gambling Industry News
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has signed legislation that amends the state's tribal gaming compact to allow for the expansion of existing gaming and the introduction of sports betting.
The National Football League (NFL) has announced that Caesars Entertainment, DraftKings, and FanDuel will become the official sports betting partners of the football league.
DraftKings and the PGA Tour have announced that they will expand their current commercial partnership tp allow DraftKings market access for retail and mobile sports betting in Arizona pending regulatory approval.
AC Milan Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic could face a three-year ban due to his shareholding in Malta-based betting operator Bethard.
Alabama senators have approved legislation that will allow voters to decide whether or not the state will have a lottery, casinos, and sportsbooks.
Maryland senators have approved a sports betting bill that will allow as many as 60 online operators and 30 retail sportsbooks to operate within the state.
Arizona state senators have given their approval to Senate Bill 1797 that will allow Arizonans to gamble on pro and amateur sports alongside fantasy sports.
Las Vegas Casinos could be allowed to open at 100% capacity by June 1st according to an announcement by Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak.
The Rhode Island-based gaming company will acquire the property in a deal reported to be worth $308 million. The deal includes the purchase of the 1,500-room hotel, the casino, and the theater and convention property.
Swedish gaming company Evolution is set to acquire Big Time Gaming for an estimated €450 million in a cash/shares deal.
Ohio Gaming Commission's revenue report for the month of March shows that the state's four casinos and seven racinos combined to generate revenue of $215 million after all bets were paid.
A new report shows that slots streamers on Twitch set a number of new records in March, including hours streamed, and average number of active channels.
Governor J.B. Pritzker has decided not to renew an executive order that allowed Illinois bettors to register for sports wagering remotely.
A study carried out by gambling compliance tracker website GamblingIndustryfines.com has revealed that European and UK gambling regulators issued over £24m / €28.1m / $33m in fines during the first quarter of 2021.
WynnBET, the casino and sports betting app owned by Wynn Resorts, has announced a new multi-year partnership with digital publishing platform Minute Media.
The National Football League (NFL) has announced a new sports betting partnership deal with Genius Sports Group. The deal gives Genius Sports exclusive rights to sell the league's game data to sportsbooks.
Denise Coates, founder and co-CEO of gambling firm Bet365 took home a pay packet worth £469 million in the 12 months leading up to March 2020.
The Mohegan Sun Casino has opened at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas to become the first tribal casino in Las Vegas.
US sports betting operator DraftKings has announced that it has purchased gambling media company Vegas Sports Information Network Inc. (VSiN).
Australian online bookmaker PointsBet has agreed an expanded deal with Penn National that will give the operator market access to iGaming and sports betting in Pennsylvania and retail sports betting in Mississippi.
US casino owner Bally's has agreed a deal to takeover online gambling firm Gamesys in a deal worth £2 billion.
Illinois sportsbooks reported a combined sports betting handle of $509,794,591 for the 28 days of February for the first month-over-month decline since sports betting launched in July of 2020.
State Senators Jim Perry and Paul Lowe have introduced a bill that, if passed, will see North Carolina establish a regulated sports betting industry.
Governor Mark Gordon has signed House Bill 0133 that officially legalizes online sports betting in the state of Wyoming.
New York state has approved a limited-operator, government-bid online sports betting backed by Governor Andrew Cuomo.
The Virginia Lottery has released its latest sports betting report showing a handle of $265,778,306 for the month of February.
The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has sanctioned five land-based casinos for failing to follow social responsibility and anti-money laundering (AML) rules.
Wyoming's Senate has approved an amended house bill that will see the state establish a regulated online sports betting industry.