IGT files federal lawsuit in attempt to clear up Interstate Wire Act ambiguity

American lottery and gaming machines innovator International Game Technology (IGT) has reportedly filed a federal lawsuit against the United States Department of Justice concerning perceived ambiguities in the ...

Federal judge scuppers planned Florida online sportsbetting legalization

In the United States and a federal judge has reportedly ruled against the state of Florida’s attempt to launch legalized online sportsbetting in partnership with the Seminole Tribe of Florida. According to a...

Florida gaming compact becomes the subject of a second federal lawsuit

A pair of prominent gambling critics in Florida are reportedly serving as primary backers for a new federal lawsuit that is aiming to stop the southern state from becoming that latest to launch some form of onl...

Casino operator attempting to scupper Florida online sportsbetting agreement

The firm behind one of the largest commercial casinos in Florida has reportedly filed a federal lawsuit in an attempt to invalidate a recent deal that is destined to bring legalized online sportsbetting to the ...

Biden Administration staying quiet on interstate online poker decision

Interstate online poker could reportedly soon be rolled out across the United States after the administration of President Joseph Biden yesterday declined to appeal a January ruling that had affirmed the curren...

West Virginia casino delays launch of mobile sportsbetting service

The boss of the West Virginia Lottery, John Myers, has declared that it is to be ‘several more weeks’ before the state’s Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races venue begins offering a mobile sportsbetting servi...