The VP and assistant general counsel for the PGA Tour has said that his group wants “a piece of the action” if sports betting is legalized in Kentucky.
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The looming pension crisis in Chicago, with public servant funds facing shortfalls of nearly $600m, could be fixed by opening casinos and using the revenues to plug the gaps, says the mayor of Chicago.
NASCAR has shifted sports betting into a higher gear after announcing a multi-year partnership with Sportradar to make use of its fraud monitoring services.
The CEO of Sky, UK & Ireland, has spoken out about the voluntary ban on gambling advertisements during live sports on TV, arguing that the RGA should look to online gambling, which is “largely unregulated.”
Florida voters have spoken in favour of Amendment 3 to the state’s constitution, giving them the power to block any casino gambling expansion.
The expected cut to the maximum bet on fixed-odds betting machines (FOBTs) has been delayed in the UK until October 2019.
Ian Proctor has said that the gambling industry should look to using technology to protect people from spending more than they can afford.
A leading Irish politician says a culture shift is needed among MPs because of the impact gambling can have on people’s lives.
The Albanian government is reportedly considering a state-run monopoly on sports betting as part of the country’s measures to curb the negative impact of gambling.
Walt Disney and the Seminole tribe of Florida have jointly stumped up $36m to ensure that the state of Florida doesn’t become the next Vegas.