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How Do Online Slots Work?

How do online slots work

Understanding how online slots work is the first step toward becoming a pro. While there are lots of slots games available on the internet, it is important to know how each game operates. Similar to the slot machine on the casino floor, online slots players can only win by getting a winning combination. However, the […]

Kambi Signs Multi-Sportsbook Deal with Four Winds Casinos

Kambi Group Tribal Deal

Last week, Kambi Group PLC announced a sportsbook deal with the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians for their three casinos. While financial details of the deal remain private, we know that Kambi won a bid with the tribe to offer self-service kiosks and mobile betting. In a statement, Four Winds Senior Vice President Frank Kennedy […]

Cirque du Soleil Filing for Bankruptcy Protection in Canada

Cirque du Soleil Bankruptcy

As Las Vegas shows remain closed due to the pandemic, entertainment company Cirque du Soleil has filed for bankruptcy protection. After 36 years of dazzling guests on the Strip at multiple resorts, the company is facing a complete shutdown this year. Reportedly, the company has been in financial trouble for a while, but the bans […]

Gaming Industry Calls for Cashless Payments & Betting Across the US

Gaming Industry Calls for Cashless Payments

In the past 18 months, the American Gaming Association (AGA) has been reviewing the gaming industry to modernize payments. Reportedly, the review is a “collaborative effort” by the sector to move to the digital sphere. According to AGA CEO and President and CEO Bill Miller, this is one of the group’s top priorities in all […]

Date Set for Federal Appeals Court Hearing on 2018 Wire Act Opinion

2018 Wire Act Opinion Hearing

A federal appeals court will hear arguments on the 2018 Wire Act Opinion case via teleconference of June 18th. The case, titled New Hampshire Lottery Commission; NeoPollard Interactive LLC; Pollard Banknote Ltd. versus William Barr; Attorney General, US Department of Justice; United States, will focus on how the opinion affects all forms of gambling. In […]

How Coronavirus in USA is Affecting the Casino Industry

The Effect of Coronavirus in USA on Casinos

What started as a seemingly contained but concerning issue for China has become an American and world issue. Coronavirus has affected business and how we go about our daily life. The casino industry here at home has been unexpected collateral damage. Now maybe the time to try out the top-rated online casinos we review here […]

Tennessee Online Sports Betting is Looming on the Horizon

Tennessee Weighs in on Online Sports Betting

The state of Tennessee could be home to brand new Sports Betting locations in March. We have had a couple of stories detailing the wave of Sports Betting that seems to be taking over the United States. Since Tennessee took the possibility of legal Sports Betting to a vote last year in November, it seems […]

Nebraska State to Legalize Sports Betting with New Bill

Nebraska Seeks to Legalize Sports Betting

The sports-betting wave seems to have caught on to Nebraska as well. A new bill that has been filed by Justin Wayne Nebraska state senator seeks to expand the scope of the gambling laws in the state. This bill, if passed into law, will potentially legalize sports betting, fantasy sports betting, and poker. If this […]

Indiana Sports Betting Revenue Figures Show Growth

Indiana Sports Betting Revenue Growth

The wave of sports gambling that has hit the United States took root in Indiana almost 5 months ago. we check back with the state to see how well the sports gambling operators are doing in that state. Judging from the figures recently released feeling the period spanning from the 1st of September to the […]

Oklahoma Tribal Casinos at Odds with Governor Stitt

Oklahoma Casinos

In an interesting turn of events, the Oklahoma Native American tribes are in a tug-of-war with the state over the gambling compact that essentially expired end of 2019. The three tribal casino operators insist that these compacts automatically roll over and renew for another 15 years. However, the governor Kevin Stitt once a formal signing […]

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