5Dimes and Feds Settle Up as the Brand Looks to Offer US Services Legally

Yesterday, the United States Department of Justice announced that an agreement had been reached with 5Dimes. The offshore sports betting operator will pay over $46 million to settle an investigation within the US federal government that started back in 2016.

Poker Could Be Imminent in Virginia

Earlier this week, it was announced that the General Assembly in Virginia passed SSB 1126 into law. The bill will allow for casinos to be developed in the state. Now that the bill has passed in the Senate and House,

States Beginning to See Appeal of iGaming

Since 2013, online gambling has been a reality in the United States. In the beginning, it was only Delaware, New Jersey and Nevada that took advantage of regulation changes to create their own legislation to allow for real money online

Poker Pro Earns Prison Sentence for Wire Fraud

Facing charges of wire fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud, World Series of Poker Circuit champion Travell Thomas decided to take a plea deal to avoid more jail time. The poker pro was set to spend as much as

NFL Players Told To Not Participate in Poker Event

A poker tournament was scheduled for the Coconut Creek Casino of the Seminole Indians with NFL pros competing but now will be a few pros short. The NFL has told three players of the Miami Dolphins that they cannot take

Gambling Bill Moves Forward in Indiana

Gambling legislation has continued to pop up across the United States with several individual states beginning to see the benefits of gaming or additional gaming options. In Indiana, a proposal for casino gaming is moving forward, with the governor set

Las Vegas Sands Corp Earns Payday From Online Gambling Suit

The Las Vegas Sands Corp. has been involved in a lawsuit concerning the company’s trademarks and has finally earned restitution in the matter. According to recent reports, a federal judge has ruled in favor of the casino brand, who will

Casino Push Continues in Massachusetts

In the state of Massachusetts, players have been awaiting casino gaming for some time. The state has been going back and forth with slots and casino gaming with licenses awarded earlier this year, but a repeal effort is currently on

NJ Officials Request Delay of Casino Shutdowns

Brick and mortar gaming is not doing particularly well in the state of New Jersey. Currently the state has 11 casinos operating in Atlantic City but if things go as planned, there will only be 8 casinos remaining in the

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