PlayUp Adds Sports Betting In Iowa, Indiana, iGaming In NJ

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PlayUp has announced plans for mobile sportsbooks in Indiana and Iowa. They also plan to expand their New Jersey offerings to include iGaming. Their Iowa and Indiana sportsbooks will be operated via a partnership with Caesar’s entertainment. LAS VEGAS – PlayUp has reportedly gained access to three new states for sports betting and iGaming offerings. … Read more

PA Lottery Scores iGaming Jackpot In Court Victory

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Pennsylvania’s Lottery recently launched iGaming. It was sued by seven casino operators in the state, who alleged copyright violations. The Lottery won the case, and will continue offering iGaming. MIDDLETOWN, Penn. – The Pennsylvania Lottery hit the jackpot in court, as it was ruled that the Lottery’s iGaming offerings did not infringe on copyright. The … Read more

Florida Removes Online Gambling From Compact, Keeps Sports Betting

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Florida has removed language relating to future online gambling expansion from its compact with the Seminole Tribe. The compact originally included a provision for negotiation regarding full online gambling expansion by the tribe. The compact is on the floor of the Florida State Senate on Tuesday. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Florida’s renegotiated compact with the Seminole … Read more

Casino Revenue Reaches All Time High In Q1 2021

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Casino revenue in the United States reached an all time high in Q1 2021. Revenue increased more than 20% over Q4 2020. Sports betting revenue increased 270% over Q1 2020. LAS VEGAS – The casino industry appears to be recovering nicely from the COVID-19 pandemic, as Q1 of 2021 brought record profits. According to the … Read more

FanDuel Online Casino Officially Launches In West Virginia

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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

Lawmakers Show Support For Online Casinos In Illinois

Bob Rita Online Casinos In Illinois

Lawmakers met during an Illinois House Executive Council to discuss the future of online gambling in the state. Many officials including Rep. Bob Rita spoke well of the potential profits and revenue online gaming could bring the state if allowed. CHICAGO – The battle for online gambling continues in Illinois, this time with positive movement … Read more

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

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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

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

Michigan’s Four Winds Casinos Launch Online Gaming Platform

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The Michigan Gaming Control Board in association with the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Native Americans announced they will be bringing online gaming and betting to its Four Winds Casino brand. The new iGaming brand will only improve upon the total tax revenue of the state, which is expected to generate $90 million in tax revenue … Read more

West Virginia iGaming and Sports Betting Revenue Sees Early 2021 Dip

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West Virginia’s sports betting handle for January was $50.7 million. Casinos are only allowed to operate at 50% capacity in West Virginia due to the COVID-19 pandemic. West Virginia’s sports betting handle had grown in three straight months before the January decline. CHARLESTON, W.V. – The month of January slowed the roll of sports betting … Read more