A College Sports Ban Doesn’t Stop Athlete Influence, Bettors

Temple Owls vs. UAB Blazers

U.S. Integrity has been monitoring Temple men’s basketball games after finding gambling irregularities. Instances of coach and athlete manipulation require vigilant regulation over sportsbooks and admin. Creating a blanket ban on college sports betting in the US only hides the issues under the rug. PHILADELPHIA – The intersection of problem gambling, college athletes, and game … Read more

Updates on Land-Based Casino Plans in NY, MS, NV

Las Vegas Sands - Proposed Long island Casino

Long Island residents are in opposition to the plans proposed by Las Vegas Sands to build a casino hotel in Nassau County, New York. A Mississippi casino development pitched along Bay St. Louis will be considered by the Mississippi Gaming Commission. Construction of Dream Las Vegas has stopped due to the casino hotel struggling with … Read more

New York iGaming Looks to be off the Table for 2023 Session


Even with persistent pushing by Senator Joseph Addabbo, iGaming in New York was not included in the 2023-24 current budget plans. Addabbo’s last big push was in late February where he proposed using the funds generated from online gaming to fund the MTA. NEW YORK – After an attempt by Senator Joseph Addabbo to regulate … Read more

Caesars Gambling Lawsuit in New York Focuses on “Free Bets”

Caesars' "Free" Bets

Caesars Sportsbook is facing a class-action lawsuit for misleading sports betting advertisements in New York City. New York Resident Lachae Vickers is the plaintiff vs. Caesars Entertainment, Inc. NEW YORK – Caesars Sportsbook has been accused of promoting false and misleading sports betting advertisements to their customers. The New York gambling lawsuit lists Lachae Vickers … Read more

iGaming Developments in Rhode Island, New York, and Indiana

iGaming Round-up

New York lawmakers have filed two separate bills that would legalize iGaming. Bally’s Sports is campaigning for the legalization of iGaming in Rhode Island. An Indiana iGaming bill has failed for a third consecutive year. NEW YORK – State Senator Joseph Addabbo and Assemblyman Gary Pretlow have each filed bills that would bring iGaming to … Read more

Caesars Looks to Win Bid for Times Square Casino

Caesars Casino

The New York legislator announced three new casino licenses were going to up for bidding in March 2022 and the winners are expected to be finalized by late 2023. Caesars Entertainment is planning to bid on one of the Class Three Licenses to build a casino resort in Times Square with live table games, slot … Read more

Iowa Casino Commission Takes Stance on Underage Gambling

Casino Gambling

The Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission wants to raise underage gambling fines from a minimum of $1,000 to $3,000. The Legislative Administrative Rules Review Committee must review and comment before the commission can adopt the change. A $160,000 fine in Pennsylvania for underage gambling could be something to help move this forward. WEST DES MOINES, … Read more

NYSGC Puts Focus On Casino Expansion As CHDN Waits

del Lago Casino Resort

Churchill Downs acquired del Lago Resort and is awaiting approval. Instead, the commission focused on casino expansion elsewhere. Churchill Downs continues their efforts to expand in gambling. NEW YORK – Churchill Downs is looking to continue their expansion. But, a New York State Gaming Commission (NYSGC) meeting delayed this idea for a month. Churchill Downs … Read more

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