Could DraftKings Be Accepting Bitcoin Deposits Soon?

Bitcoin - DraftKings

During a Q&A with fans, DraftKings CEO Jason Robins expressed his interest in accepting Bitcoin as a deposit method. Robins states that state regulators determine what currency can and cannot be accepted. Wyoming has regulations for sportsbooks accepting cryptocurrencies. BOSTON – DraftKings CEO Jason Robins was recently doing a Q&A with fans via Public.com and … Read more

Here’s Why Online Gambling Stocks Are Tanking For Investors

Online Gambling Stocks

Online casino operations have not been seeing high success on the NASDAQ. This could be attributed to retail casinos reopening. Online gambling has also been proven to be far from profitable for major operations. NEW YORK – Online gambling peaked in 2020 during the pandemic, leading to many iGaming investors going all in on stocks … Read more

FanDuel Online Casino Officially Launches In West Virginia

Fanduel Casino Live in West Virginia

FanDuel has officially launched its online casino in the West Virginia market. FanDuel is now the fourth iGaming platform to operate in West Virginia. FanDuel is offering risk-free gaming up to $200 for the first day. CHARLESTON, W.V. – West Virginia gambling fans will now have access to another online casino with the official launch … Read more

DraftKings Expands Jackpot Offering, Acquires BlueRibbon

DraftKings has acquired BlueRibon

DraftKings has acquired Blue Ribbon Software’s BlueRibbon jackpot functionality. This will allow for personalized jackpot promotions and rewards. This is an expansion of the DraftKings Casino products. BOSTON – Players who use DraftKings’ online casino operations will soon see an expansion on the casino jackpot offerings after DraftKings adds Blue Ribbon Software’s technology to its … Read more

Goldman Sachs Sees iGaming, Sports Betting Worth Billions In Coming Years

Goldman Sachs online gambling growth

Major banking firm Goldman Sachs sees the sports betting and iGaming market outperforming e-commence over the next ten years. Goldman Sachs projects that the internet gambling market could be worth up to $39 billion in 2033. NEW YORK – As the online gambling and online sports betting market continues to expand, major banking firm Goldman … Read more

Barstool Sportsbook Launches In Illinois, Eyes Further Expansion In US

Barstool Sportsbook Launches In Illinois

Penn National Gaming/Barstool has joined the mobile sports betting market in Illinois through Barstool Sportsbook. Illinois now has six state-licensed sportsbooks including BetRivers, PointsBet, FanDuel, William Hill, and DraftKings. Barstool Sportsbook has already launched mobile sports betting apps in Michigan and Pennsylvania making Illinois the third state Barstool is active in. CHICAGO – The burgeoning … Read more

Online Gambling Notches Monster Handle In First Live Days In MI

Michigan Sports Betting Handle

In the first 10 days of legal online and sports gambling in Michigan, the revenue was over $42 million which was a US Record. The tax revenue generated from online and sports gambling provides funding for K-12 students. Michigan has 12 authorized operators for sports betting and online gaming spread out across the state. DETROIT … Read more

Online Gambling Apps Coming To Google Play Store

Online Gambling Apps Coming To Google Play Store

Android users in the US will be able to gamble and bet through apps available on the Google Play Store. The policy change will take place on March 1, 2021, according to Google Support. Along with the United States, Google will allow gambling apps to be available in 14 other countries as well. LOS ANGELES … Read more

NetEnt Enters Michigan iGaming Market Through Several Operators

NetEnt Enters Michigan iGaming Market

Michigan online casino gamblers now have access to NetEnt titles through eight separate gambling applications. Blackjack, Divine Fortune, and Starburst among other games have all gone live on mobile casino gaming platforms in the Wolverine State as of January 22. Michigan has become the fourth state in the U.S. to use NetEnt as a supplier … Read more

Michigan To Launch Online Gambling And Sports Betting Q1 2021

Michigan To Launch Online Gambling And Sports Betting

The Michigan Gaming Control Board is moving to launch online gambling and sports betting in early 2021. The Michigan Senate and House of Representatives have waved the 15-session day waiting period for approval. Operators are still required to earn final licensing approval. LANSING, Mich. – Michigan gamblers will soon be able to partake in casino … Read more