Kentucky Senator Julian Carroll has prefiled legislation to regulate sports betting, the fifth such attempt since 2017.
The Illinois Gaming Board has launched a public consultation to gather input on the state’s sports betting regulations.
The Chinese government has welcomed moves by Cambodia and the Philippines to suspend online gaming licensing.
The US Department of Justice is continuing its fight against state-regulated online gaming and lotteries with its decision to appeal the recent ruling by the US District Court in New Hampshire.
Swedish gambling regulator Spelinspektionen has denied a request by the Swedish Football Association (SvFF) to prohibit betting on its Division 2 Södra Svealand matches.
Lawmakers in Connecticut have introduced legislation which would authorize a Bridgeport Casino and other entertainment facilities, as well as allow sports betting and online gaming.
Lawmakers in Maryland have introduced three new bills related to legalised sports betting.
Delegate Jason Buckel introduced his bill in the House on Friday (Feb. 8), requiring the State Lottery and Gaming Control Agency to conduct a sports wagering operation and to issue licenses to certain video lottery operators and horse [...]
Lawmakers in Maryland and Missouri have introduced new legislation in the past week to legalise and regulate sports betting.
They join a growing roster of states that are preparing to offer state-regulated wagering, subject to authorisation under federal law.
Missouri Representative Justin Alferman introduced HB 2406 on February 7th, which amends the [...]
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot has proposed draft regulations to ensure that daily fantasy sports (DFS) contests are conducted fairly and that winners pay appropriate state taxes.
It comes after a number of bills to regulate DFS were introduced in this year’s legislative session, before the General Assembly adjourned in April without taking any [...]
An online gambling bill has been introduced in California which addresses the previously voiced concerns of local gaming operators and native America tribes, and which aims to deliver at least $200m in licensing fees to the state in the fiscal year starting July 1st 2012.
Introduced Friday by Senators Darrell Steinberg [...]