Two casino operators in Pennsylvania have been approved for sports betting licensing and will have to complete test runs set by the regulator before operating fully.
Three operators have been fined a total of £14m, while others are being made to surrender licenses or remain under investigation for money laundering and failing to protect problem gamblers.
Nevada’s gambling operators saw a rise of 7.5% compared with October 2017, and it is also the best performing month the city has seen since February 2013.
In an attempt to help problem gamblers, ANZ is putting a cap on the amount of credit a person can use on a gambling platform.
The move is part of a three-year trial that is due to start in 2019 and could pave the way for other projects that could benefit the island of Phu Quoc, a popular tourist destination.
The league is the latest sports body to enter into a partnership with a gambling company as it looks to exploit its data.
Caesars Entertainment is going to shut down its Tunica Roadhouse Casino in January 2019, affecting the jobs of about 400 employees.
Monmouth Park is appealing the dismissal of its $150m lawsuit against the NFL, NHL, NBA, MLB, and NCAA for blocking legalization of sports betting.
Parq Vancouver Casino has been struggling throughout 2018 because of the province’s new protocols for anti-money laundering requirements.
Leading US casino corporations GM and Caesars have announced the creation of the Sports Wagering Integrity Monitoring Association (SWIMA), an anti-fraud effort.