The UFC is teaming up with the American Gaming Association (AGA) to promote responsible gaming as the mixed martial arts organization will join the AGA’s Have a Game Plan. Bet Responsibly public service campaign.
The ongoing PokerStars vs. the State of Kentucky legal saga may be winding down for good, leaving in place a $1.3 billion judgment against Flutter Entertainment.
Sports betting is bigger than it’s ever been in the United States right now, and it’s only growing larger. According to a recent press release from the American Gaming Association (AGA), more than 47 million Americans are expected to place at least one wager on the upcoming 2021 March Madness tournament. Furthermore, total wagers are…
In statehouses across the country, sports betting is the hot topic, with online casinos and poker have been traveling in its wake. But another form of online gambling has stealthily spread on a parallel track: online lottery.
Not many people have been hit harder by COVID-19 than the Native American population. Studies have confirmed as many as one in 390 Native Americans has died from COVID-19, making them one of the hardest-hit groups. Tribal casinos have been hit just as hard. The effect has been two-fold, both in terms of their at-risk…
As reported by Betting USA, Geo Comply’s non-profit group Conscious Gaming has launched state-specific responsible gambling campaigns in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The effort is part of a greater rollout of its Bettor Safe campaign ahead of March Madness.
Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont announced an agreement with the Mohegan Tribe last week “to modernize gaming options available to state residents,” including online gambling in CT. The agreement marks an important step forward for expanding gambling in Connecticut, but not everyone was happy with the announcement.
PokerStars Michigan launched on January 29, and the site wasted no time bringing its flagship Championship of Online Poker (COOP) series to the Wolverine State. The inaugural MICOOP started just three weeks later, on February 20, with an announced 60 events set to run over 17 days, encompassing three weekends, culminating with the MICOOP Main…
Online poker in the US scored another small victory earlier this week as the North Dakota House of Representatives passed bills on February 23 that would authorize regulated online poker. In addition to online poker, North Dakota also passed a similar measure to legalize sports betting.
Move over New Jersey and Pennsylvania, there’s a new sheriff in town, and its name is Michigan. And suffice it to say, when it comes to online gambling, Michigan isn’t messing around.