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The fallout from Nevada's botched entity sports betting continued last week with a new federal complaint.
The prosecution alleged this was one of the largest illegal sports betting operations in the history of the United States, seeing an alleged handle upwards...
The prosecution alleged that this was one of the largest illegal sports betting operations in the history of the United States, seeing an alleged handle of...
Held in June in Amsterdam, the Gaming in Holland conference had some panels that were relevant to the growth of legal sports betting in the...
There appears to be a lot of smoke generated when the Washington DC Council and Intralot link up, even if there's not an obvious fire...
Ted Olson's history with the Wire Act goes back a lot farther than you think. John Holden looks closer at the New Hampshire case and...
Back in February, patron-saint of sports betting law Ted Olson advanced a proposition: the First Circuit held the Wire Act only applies to sports betting.
Prior to the Supreme Court’s landmark decision to legalize sports betting, the New Jersey argument that NJ sports betting was safe had a flaw.
The four US pro leagues have taken different approaches on how to handle biometric data, like whether it should be disseminated and for what purposes.
With the new Wire Act decision, lottery operators, poker players, and igaming can breathe a sigh of relief. But don't get too excited, sports betting fans.