New York Online Gambling Market Could Exceed $400 Mil

New York Online Casino Gambling

New York could see $428 million in revenue annually with regulated online casinos according to VIXIO GamblingCompliance. The online sports betting market has already raked in over $300 million in revenue since January 2022. Lawmakers failed to pass iGaming legislation in 2022. NEW YORK – New York’s online gambling market could be missing out on … Read more

Lottery News Roundup 07/07/2022: $1M Prizes For Everyone

Lottery News Roundup

Two $1 million lottery winners came from North Carolina this week. A Dallas gambler won $1 million from a Powerball ticket purchased at a local food mart. A New Mexico player also took home $1 million from a recent Powerball ticket. DALLAS – There are a lot of new millionaires this week thanks to lottery … Read more

New York Budget Continues To Project Higher Online Gambling Revenue

New York Mobile Sports Betting

Online sports betting operators are unhappy and have requested to lower the state revenue tax of sports betting from 51%. New York governor has increased the projection of total tax revenue brought in from online sports betting to $615 million. NEW YORK – Since its January launch, New York has been dominant for online sports … Read more

New York Lottery Announces Wrong Numbers In Mid-May Lotto News Round-Up

Lottery News Roundup

The New York Lottery announced the wrong numbers for their Mega Millions drawing. A Florida Man cashed a $1 million scratch-off ticket in Tampa. A South Carolina woman won $75,000 on a scratch-off ticket. NEW YORK – There has been no shortage of lottery winners across the United States during May. However, one of the … Read more

NY Lawmakers Expected To Push Online Poker In 2023

Online Poker

New York Sen. Joseph Addabbo attempted to get an online casino bill passed in 2022. It did not make it, but Addabbo remains committed to the project. Look for the bill to make a return in 2023. NEW YORK – New York’s recently regulated sports betting market has been booming, with January seeing more than … Read more