Casino gambling expansion in New Jersey

The new casinos would be located in two northern counties, much closer to New York City than Atlantic City, the current gambling destination in the state.

US Senate bill would allow casinos in Massachusetts to expand into online gambling

There are fourteen states that already allow gambling over the Internet

Saskatchewan may have a ninth casino

The Saskatchewan Liquor And Gaming Authority granted conditional approval for a new CAD20 million (US$15.8 million) venue.

Massachusetts to decide on Brockton casino

The state Gaming Commission will determine this week whether to award Massachusetts’ third and final gambling license.

8,000 phone numbers terminated in Malaysia for sending gambling-based SMS

The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission instructed telecommunications companies to terminate the phone numbers for sending SMS related to gambling.

Joint Illegal Gaming Investigation Team to crack down money laundering in B.C.

British Columbia government announced the creation of the new group to bring down illegal gaming and money-laundering in B.C.’s casinos.


Casino legalisation in Japan seems dead

The Japanese government has hammered the last nail in the coffin of the gambling legislation.

Germany to double sport betting licenses

After the European Union declared its gambling laws illegal, Germany agreed to double the number of sports betting licenses.

Protests against lockout law and casinos in Sydney

A march of about 1,000 people passed through the centre of Sydney and stopped at the Star City casino in a protest against the city’s CBD lockout laws.

NY aims to tackle problem gambling

The New York Gaming Commission is increasing regulations to prevent addiction.

Layoffs rumours surrounding Daily Fantasy Sports

Senior executive published the decision, but spokesperson for FanDuel denied it; various emails to FanDuel’s confirmation went unreturned.

Texas takes a stand against Daily Fantasy Sports

The state’s Attorney General claims DFS is illegal according to Texan laws.