William Hill says Trump bettors can keep winnings, but implies it won’t pay those who wagered on Hillary
The Seminole Tribe of Florida, which runs some of the state's best known and most profitable casinos, scored a major victory Wednesday after a federal judge ruled the tribe can keep blackjack tables at its gambling operations.
US federal agents arrested nine reputed members of a Brooklyn-based Russian organized crime syndicate they allege to be engaged in racketeering, extortion, loansharking, drug trafficking and illegal gambling charges.
New Jersey voters Tuesday emphatically rejected expanding casino gambling beyond Atlantic City, giving the economically battered seaside resort a brief respite from a long losing streak.
The Department of Justice said Friday that Andrew Caspersen received four years in prison from a Manhattan federal court judge.
New England mobster Anthony “The Saint” St. Laurent, who was convicted of trying to hire someone to kill a rival mafia member, died Monday, two weeks after being released from federal prison. He was 75.
With so many online casino bonuses advertised on the Web it is sometimes hard to determine how to get the best value.
Dealer along with three others defied 452-billion-to-1 odds
The United Kingdom’s largest bookmaker, William Hill, saw its site crash this past Tuesday and now the betting firm has confirmed this was all a result of an orchestrated cyber attack.
A new poll finds nearly half of Americans approve of legalized sports betting, reasoning that so many people are already doing it.
Golfer John Daly reveals in an ESPN “30 for 30” documentary that he has lost “around $50 million” gambling.
Being “new” doesn’t automatically mean an online casino is honest or reliable.
Jackpots in lotteries played in the USA are usually some of the biggest in the world because of the sheer number of people that play them. People who live in other countries would not usually get the chance to play them because you have to be an American citizen in order to buy a ticket. However, there are companies that run online lottery syndicates that purchase tickets in lotteries all over the world which means you can buy tickets from lotteries with the biggest jackpots.
UK’s third largest bookmaker, Paddy Power, and others have been spying on customers by using intrusive online trackers and social media background checks.
The first of four new casinos planned for upstate New York could be open by the end of the month after state gambling regulators gave final approval to regulations for table games.
The bookies struggled Sunday with an early cover and outright win by New England, followed by the Raiders overtime win in Tampa Bay capped off by the Cowboys come-from-behind victory Sunday night against the Eagles.
A woman from New York who won nearly $43 million from a slot machine at Resorts World Casino in August will not be paid after being told by casino representatives she hadn’t actually won.
Eve Online may have confiscated $620,000 in currency from two skins for violations involving multi-accounts.
Las Vegas-based MGM Resorts International (MGM.N) could plow almost $10 billion into a Japanese casino via a publicly traded real estate investment trust, its chief executive said on Monday, as Tokyo inches closer to legalizing the industry.
A federal court jury in Kansas City on Thursday found 43-year-old Freya Pearson guilty of tax evasion and defrauding a local lottery winner out of more than $440,000.
The Titans may be turning a page as they defied the top trends in the NFL Thursday night with a big home win against a division rival.
A poker and sports betting website started by famed player and politician Antanas ‘Tony G’ Guoga continues to deal with payout issues despite operating from the online gambling-friendly region of Slovenia.
A notorious Rhode Island mobster has been released from prison after serving seven years for attempting to hire a hitman to murder a rival mobster.
DraftKings and FanDuel will pay $6 million apiece to New York state to resolve lawsuits alleging the daily fantasy sports companies engaged in false advertising under a legal settlement announced Tuesday
Nevada's state gambling regulator is investigating allegations that Las Vegas Sands Corp casinos allowed high-stakes Chinese players to bet millions of dollars in other people's names
The treads on half the tires of a tour bus that slammed into a tractor-trailer on a desert freeway, killing 13 people, were worn down to an unsafe level, a federal investigator said Tuesday as authorities worked to determine the cause of one of California's deadliest highway crashes.
Authorities are investigating the cause of the bus crash Sunday that killed 13 passengers headed home from a trip to a California casino. Here is a list of deadly crashes involving casino buses
This is a question that's impossible to answer because a lot of revenues aren't reported.
Atlantic City plans to sell land, lay off 100 more workers, pay down most of its $500 million debt and slash other expenses during the next five years to fight off a threatened state takeover of its assets and decision-making power.
The UK government is set to review fixed odds gambling machines amid concerns they are harming some 600,000 vulnerable people, the BBC is reporting this week.
NBA stars Dwyane Wade and LeBron James will be betting on this year’s World Series though they have yet to figure out how much will be staked.
The Philippines Department of Justice has issued a “Be on the Lookout” bulletin for Macau casino tycoon Yin Lok Lam, better known as Jack Lam. The Government has revoked his investor’s visa.
Gambling regulators in Massachusetts are looking into the possible impact of legalized marijuana on the state’s emerging casino industry.