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Sports Betting Now Legal in Delaware, Uncle Sam Looms
By Betting Buzz Boom! Delaware is taking action. Thanks to the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn a federal sports gambling ban, Delaware residents can now wager on single sports contests. While Delaware already allowed multi-game parlay betting on NFL games, true legal sports betting became official inside Delaware’s three... Read more
Super Bowl Aftermath: How is Sports Betting Still Illegal?
Dollars don’t lie: The public clearly wants it, and it keeps getting bigger and bigger. But sports betting still remains technically illegal — for almost all of the country. The question is: How much longer will the nation tolerate this outdated thinking? Let’s review: A record $158 million was... Read more
Gambling in California — The Law
California residents and visitors have a wide array of land-based gambling options to choose from, including casinos, lottery, poker, and more. While online and mobile options are more limited, innovative companies like b spot are popping up to expand the options. Before we jump into the legal details, here’s... Read more
Does Donald Trump Want Legalized Online Gambling?
Donald Trump has opinions. Lots of ’em. But when it comes to legal online gambling, where does the president stand? Trump has owned multiple casinos, including the now shuttered Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, New Jersey, so he’s obviously not averse to the brick-and-morter gambling world. But online gambling... Read more
Will Sports Betting be Legalized in the U.S.?
There’s been a few changes to legalized gambling in the U.S. over the past 50 years, but sports wagering is still taboo in most states. Despite notable exceptions (one glimmering desert city comes to mind), the long-standing crackdown on sports betting has led to a gargantuan American black market.... Read more
NJ Rakes in Record Gambling Revenue
Take the money and run. Like the classic Steve Miller song, you’d think more state governments across the U.S. would spot the golden revenue opporunity and cash in online gaming. It’s simple math: Gamblers in nearly all corners of the United States spend millions of dollars each year on... Read more
Pennsylvania Legalizes Online Gambling
Make it four. After years of  debate, the gambling scene in Pennsylvania has been blown wide open. The state is now the 4th in the nation to legalize online gaming and poker. The 3 other players are: Delaware, Nevada and New Jersey. Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (pictured at left)... Read more
California Gambling Laws
Known as one of the most progressive states in the nation, California’s gambling laws are rather robust — but do have limitations. You can roll dice in an Indian casino, play pai gow poker (a California creation) in a card room or put some money on Saxon Warrior, one... Read more