The Massachusetts Gaming Committee is discussing regulation on gambling machines made to look and play like real video games.
After all the comes and goes with the American law the companies are, for now, only available in 42 states, according to legalsportsreport.com.
The decision of changing existing Daily Fantasy Sports laws in the state, comes after the Attorney General expressed these laws should be revisited.
The new legislation tripped up after the opposition managed to gather enough signatures to prevent the bill to continue its way towards the Chamber of Deputies.
The Alabama House committee approved a bill that would let the residents of the state to decide if they want a lottery or not.
If a casinos bill is approved by the State’s government, it will bring at least 10,000 jobs and US$2 billion of investment.
Other sectors of the industry feel threatened by online betting as it is currently one of the sectors in the industry that gathers in more money.