State and Federal Gambling News in the USA

Below you will find the latest gambling news on a State and Federal level in the United States. The gambling news covers information on topics such as online poker, daily fantasy sports betting, commercial casinos, state lotteries, racetrack wagering, casinos games on the internet, land-based poker rooms, charitable gaming, and tribal casinos to name a few. Basically, anything related to gambling in the USA on a State-by-State or Federal level will be covered including online and land-based activities.


The results of several studies into the future of sports betting in the United States have all shown the same bottom-line conclusion: The industry will continue to see fast growth and generate billions of dollars each year. Union Gaming recently published a press release,...
 

The New York Senate Racing, Gaming and Wagering Committee unanimously voted to move an online and mobile sports betting bill to the next level yesterday.  The bill, S-17, now heads to the Senate Committee on Finance after passing the committee stage by 7-0. The new bill...
 

Last Friday say Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer sign a new gambling expansion bill into law. As such, the Wolverine State enters 2020 allowing legal sports betting and online gambling. All state residents over the age of 21 will be allowed to bet on sports, play casino games...
 

It was an exceptional year for online sports betting in the United States. 2019 marks the year that no less than six states launched their own legal and regulated online sports betting industries, paving the way for even more in the coming year to do so. Those states that...
 

The online betting industry is excited about a new 3-way deal that will see DraftKings go public early next year. The group entered into a merger agreement with Diamond Eagle Acquisition and SBTech in a deal that values the combined group at $3.3 billion. DraftKings grew as a...
 

The Granite State plans a rollout of its first mobile sports betting product on Monday, December 30th. New Hampshire will become the second New England state (after Rhode Island) to allow its residents to wager on sports. It is estimated that legal and regulated sports betting...
 

Michigan became the sixth state to legalize and regulate online poker as part of a wider expansion of online gambling and sports betting. Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed a package made up of ten bills into law on Friday, after Michigan's House and Senate approved the measure....
 

 The Hawaiian Gardens-based land-casino and poker room, The Gardens Casino, has reportedly entered into an agreement with California’s attorney general’s office to pay $3.15 million in a settlement deal . The AG accepted the payment in exchange for not revoking the poker...
 

Sports betting fans in Washington DC, were left frustrated once more when it was announced that the launch of the long-awaited city-wide betting app would be delayed once more. Although the app was due to launch in fall this year, the process was halted after a judge issued a...
 

Although an official launch of the DC sports betting platform hasn’t yet been announced, the District will be taking one step closer to a legal and regulated industry next week. Washington DC will open the licensing process next Tuesday, enabling operators, suppliers and...
 
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