Tuesday, July 22, 2014 8:41 PM (PDT)
Why the chips are down for Internet gambling
Last year, three states became the first to launch Internet gambling – but only for people within each state in order to avoid breaking federal law. In New Jersey, by far the largest of the three, Gov. Chris Christie predicted $180 million in revenue ...
Harvard Researchers Say Gambling Online Not Addictive
In the battles being waged over whether online gambling should be regulated in the United States, one major argument has been that Internet games could lead to a higher rate of gambling addiction. The theory is that the increased access to gambling ...
New Jersey Gambling Sites Win $9.5 Million In June
Snake eyes: Fitch cuts estimate for NJ online gambling revenue
A Wall Street credit rating firm that was among the most pessimistic about the prospects for Internet gambling in New Jersey has cut its already-conservative estimate on the state's first-year online winnings by more than half. Tuesday's move by Fitch ...
AC's pain felt far from casinos
Atlantic City Used to Be the Place to Visit in the Summer
Online gambling revenue continues to drop for NJ casinos
New Jersey 101.5 FM Radio
Online gambling was supposed to provide a financial boost to New Jersey's ailing casinos, but revenue has fallen for the third month in a row and Fitch Ratings, a Wall Street credit rating firm, has cut its projection for Internet gambling this year by ...
5 things AC is doing to reverse slide
5 Things Atlantic City Is Doing to Reverse Slide
Connecticut's casino boom going bust
Port Huron Times Herald
EDITORIAL: Pa. is not ready for online gambling
A report by Econsult Solutions for the General Assembly's joint Legislative Budget and Finance Committee claims that Internet gambling wouldn't be a substitute for traditional gambling at casinos. “The fact that iGaming caters to a market of new gamers ...
Online gambling in Del. now compatible with Macintosh
Online gambling revenues fall short
New owner for online gambling company PokerStars
Jersey City is state's most active online gambling city on Caesars sites
More than six months after the legalization of internet gambling in New Jersey, the state's second largest city is now the most active municipality in terms of usage on websites operated by Caesars Interactive, according to a study done by the company.
Loquacious former SF mayor Willie Brown leaves online gambling conference ...
Online gambling is a controversial subject. At the online gambling's industry's latest Gigse Totally Gaming event in San Francisco, three former politicians weighed in on the best and worst parts of the business. One of the trio, former San Francisco ...
Churchill Downs working on online gambling platform
Churchill Downs Inc. working on online gambling platform Having failed to get an online gaming license in New Jersey, Churchill Downs Inc. (CHDN) reportedly is working on developing an Internet gambling platform at its headquarters in Louisville, Kentucky.
Republican US Senate candidate opposes expanded Internet gambling
Press of Atlantic City
“I think it just hurts working America and it tempts them,” Jeff Bell said of Internet gambling, “and it causes social damage, and I think it's going too far.” Bell also said he thinks sports betting should be limited to certain destinations, but ...
Native Americans jump into online gambling
San Diego 6
Nevada, New Jersey and Delaware have already legalized internet gambling. California has two bills that would legalize it. "We are hoping that the state uses our experience here at Santa Ysabel to help them craft the framework for internet gaming," he ...
Bill or No Bill, Santa Ysabel Tribe To Push Forward With Online Poker in ...
Tribe In California Looks To Offer Online Poker Without State Legalization Of ...
Real Money Online Poker to Launch in California “Within Days”
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