January 17th 2018
SBTech and GAN have signed an agreement to operate sports betting industry throughout the US.
South Dakota has joined the list of states interested in legalising sports betting industry.
A group of GOP Senators have sent a letter to the US Deputy Attorney General requesting the 2011 reinterpretation of the Wire Act to be overturned.
Income at Las Vegas Strip casinos with an annual GGR of more than U$1 million recorded a 191.4 per cent increase in the fiscal year to June 30.
According to the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, casino revenue at Atlantic City rose by 0.3 per cent to US$2.41 billion.
Company that obtained the license to operate a mini casino in Pennsylvania has been holding a legal battle against the state.
According to the Illinois Casino Gaming Association president Tom Swoik, state’s gambling expansion could be delayed until next year.
Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) has set new Board of Directors.
The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians’ Four Winds South Bend is set to become a tough competitor for rest of the Indiana casino industry.
Under the Pennsylvania State’s auctions, Penn National has been granted permission to operate a casino.
Pennsylvania State has started auctions for 10 mini-casinos.
2018 will be the year when MGM Resorts finally opens the doors of its Springfield casino.
Oneida Nation’s Point Place Casino has an opening date.
Online gaming developer Betsoft Gaming, architect of the Shift platform, has agreed a deal with software provider BtoBet.
The figure represents a 1.1% increase on 2016.