Michigan So Close to iGaming Approval

Michigan is only one step away from being the next state in the US to legalize online gambling as well as sports betting. On Wednesday of this week, the state Senate approved a package of measures that include both options

Michigan House Committee Moves iGaming Legislation Forward

Online gaming legislation is moving forward yet again in Michigan. For several years, Representative Brandt Iden has been working to see online gambling come to the state. In 2018, legislation made it all the way to Governor Rick Snyder’s desk

Illinois Legislature Ready to Discuss Online Gambling This October

On Wednesday, a House Gaming Subcommittee hearing took place in Chicago with members of the Illinois legislature. During the meeting, stakeholders were on hand to discuss Senate Bill 7, a measure sponsored by Representative Bob Rita. The bill would see

Pennsylvania Casino Operators Can Now Petition for iGaming

Online gaming is set to take place in Pennsylvania, thanks to the passage of a gaming expansion package last year. The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has now confirmed that existing operators of land-based casinos in the state can now petition

Sports Betting Bill Under Consideration in Massachusetts

Sports betting is a hot topic of debate in the United States, essentially due to the fact that the US Supreme Court is set to rule in the Christie vs. NCAA case. This ruling could determine whether or not other

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

Michigan iGaming Bill Now Includes Sports Betting Provision

An online gambling bill moved forward this week in Michigan, one that would allow online casino, poker and now sports betting options to those located within the borders of the state. Representative Brandt Iden introduced the measure some time ago

iGaming Legislation Round-up: Who Remains in the Running for 2017?

When 2017 began, it seemed that the potential was there for a least one state to legalize online poker and casino gaming. Over the past few months, we have watched as several states in the US have considered legalization of

Massachusetts State Senator Files Bill for Online Gambling

Bruce Tarr is the state senator of Massachusetts who recently filed a bill to try and see online gambling allowed within the state’s borders. The new bill would be similar to what is already legalized in Nevada, Delaware and New

iGaming Ban ‘Ridiculous’ Says MGM Resorts CEO

The subject of iGaming on a federal level continues to heat up in the United States with individuals involved in the land-based industry speaking out either for or against the activity. In Nevada, the CEO of MGM Resorts, is the

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