Two Massachusetts resort casinos are set to open their doors in 2018 and 2019. Plus, online gambling and online lottery both on the radar for 2018. Yet, the Massachusetts legislature appears to be doing the unthinkable; its considering deep cuts Continue reading How Irresponsible Are The MA Responsible Gaming Research Budget Cuts?
The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribes efforts to build a casino in Taunton took a serious hit last week. On the day the Department of the Interior was expected to render a decision on the tribes appeal to have its land placed Continue reading Proposed Taunton Casino Looking More And More Like A No-Go
Score one for advocates of legal, regulated online gaming. New Hampshire will soon become the fifth state lottery to take its games online. The New Hampshire legislature included the online lottery amendment in a sweeping, 100-plus page budget package. Both Continue reading New Hampshire Just Became The Fifth State To Authorize Online Lottery Sales
Faster withdrawal times, improved oversight and transparency, and the knowledge that your money is safe and secure are just a few of improvements regulated online poker will offer US players. In this column Ill make the case why US players Continue reading Why Choose Regulated Poker Over Unregulated Poker
A recent service outage in Nevada caused many online poker players to be booted from both WSOP.com and UltimatePoker.com online poker sites, due to geo-location service providers inability to verify player locations. Unfortunately, this was not the first geo-location issue Continue reading Nevada Online Poker Plagued by Geo-Location Issues
When MGM Springfield opens its doors in September 2018, the Massachusetts casino will be competing with not only Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun in Connecticut, but also two casinos in Rhode Island. There is the existing Twin River Casino in Lincoln, Continue reading Twin River Opening A Twin Casino In Rhode Island
Tribal gaming is always complex. What is unfolding in the southeastern part of Massachusetts is convoluted even by tribal gaming standards though. After losing in court, the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe asked the Department of Interior (DOI) to review its land Continue reading Fate Of Taunton Casino Rests On, Of All Things, The History Of Maine
The battle for California online poker continues to rage on as PokerStars and their allies (the Morongo Band of Mission Indians, the Commerce Casino, the Bicycle Casino, and Hawaiian Gardens) continue to make their case for inclusion while their opponents Continue reading California iGaming Week in Review: Restored Hope For PokerStars
California is dominating the discussion when it comes to potential online gambling expansion, as the most populous state is now one of the leading candidates to join New Jersey, Nevada, and Delaware. In this column well take a look at Continue reading California iGaming Week in Review: Oregon Playing Role of Copy-Cat?
Online poker talk in California and across the country is no longer a subject only discussed at the kids table, this topic is now hotly debated at the adults table. Consider that not that long ago the introduction of online Continue reading California iGaming Week in Review: PokerStars Rumors Escalate, Feinstein Backs Adelson