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.

US Online Gambling: New Developments and What’s To Come

The online gambling industry is really taking off around the world, especially in the United States. Players are relying more heavily on online entertainment more than ever, with travel restrictions and health concerns involving the coronavirus making the option to

Online Gambling Becomes Focus of Recent Sports Betting Hearing

On September 27th, the House Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security, and Investigations took place, set to focus on sports betting. Since the May ruling by the US Supreme Court involving the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, sports betting

Former Arkansas Senator Calling for Federal Online Gambling Ban

With online gambling offered in Nevada, Delaware and New Jersey, plus soon to be in Pennsylvania, there is no slowing down the option to use the internet for casino and poker gaming in the US. Sports betting was just opened

Delaware’s New Sports Betting Industry Booming

In May, the US Supreme Court decided to strike down PASPA, which effectively opened up sports betting to every state in the nation that created legislation legalizing the activity. Delaware was the first state to get started, passing legislation quickly

Rhode Island Becomes 3rd State to Legalize Sports Betting

Taking a break from online poker legislation, most states are now focusing on sports betting, since the US Supreme Court decided to strike down PASPA, an act that heavily restricted the activity in nation. The state of Rhode Island is

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

Delaware Looking Towards Sports Betting

In the United States, all eyes are on the topic of sports betting as the United States Supreme Court is set to rule on Christie vs NCAA next year. The case involves the state of New Jersey and the Professional

Sports Betting Woes Continue in New Jersey

Taking a break from poker law, today we will be discussing the sports betting issue within the state of New Jersey. For years now, the state has tried to see legislation passed in 2014 become law. The state decided to

New Jersey Still Holding Out On Interstate Poker

With Nevada and Delaware beginning to offer multi-state poker just a few days ago, many eyes are now on New Jersey. The state of New Jersey is the only remaining state that offers online poker but has not joined up

2021's Top Poker, Casino and Sportsbook

Visit BetOnline Today!

Get in on the action with the BetOnline's newly-renovated site and software!