Trump considers building a casino in Las Vegas

Even though Trump’s presidential campaign is in full swing, the firm continues with business as usual.

DraftKings appeals preliminary injunction in New York

The court sided with state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and imposed a preliminary injunction against daily fantasy sports operators in New York.

Skill-based gambling allowed in New Jersey

The state Division of Gaming Enforcement issued the regulations by which skill-based games will operate.

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New Jersey pushes to legalise sport betting

Twelve judges learnt the state’s plan to legalise the introduction of sportsbooks to its casinos and racetracks.


New DFS bill passed Indiana Senate

If the House Public Policy Committee approves the new legislation next week, it would move to the full House.

Wynn’s casino in Everett faces one year delay

The projected US$1.7 billion casino near Boston has been the target of multiple lawsuits.

AGA releases a voters’ guide

The American Gaming Association came up with a ranking of presidential candidates according to their stance on gambling and gaming.


Alabama’s lottery is one step closer

The Alabama House committee approved a bill that would let the residents of the state to decide if they want a lottery or not.

Debate on controversial bill postponed in Florida

Two committees are discussing a bill regarding the Seminole tribe’s compact and a polemical “decoupling” proposal.

Aristocrat’s new M*Series

The leading global provider of land-based and online gaming solutions brings a powerful multi-game/multi-denom new line.

“ICE has become the premier event for technology”

Maurilio Silva, president of Ortiz Gaming told us about ICE 2016, the company’s new products and his expectations for this year.

Everett Casino could come true

Elaine Driscol from the Massachusetts Commission said: “The Commission looks forward to reviewing the details of the agreement and views this development as significant progress toward the awaiting jobs and economic development for the Eastern Mass region.”