More support for Florida’s disputed sportsbetting-friendly gaming compact

The Attorney General for Florida has reportedly come out in support of the state’s ill-fated gaming compact with the Seminole Tribe of Florida by urging a federal appeals court to overturn a November ruling tha...

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...

Pair of Oklahoma tribal gaming compacts get federal approval

In Oklahoma and the new gaming compacts Governor Kevin Stitt (pictured) agreed with two local casino-operating tribes in April have reportedly been given the go-ahead by federal officials. According to a rep...

Infrastructure investment for relocating Eagle Mountain Casino

In central California and officials for Tulare County have reportedly approved a transportation refurbishment plan that is set to see the jurisdiction spend around $200,000 so as to improve access to the site f...

Oklahoma governor agrees pair of new tribal gaming compacts

In Oklahoma and Governor Kevin Stitt (pictured) has reportedly partially settled his long-running dispute with the state’s casino-operating tribes by inking new gaming compacts with the federally-recognized Com...

Connecticut Governor dismisses tribal online gaming legalization plea

Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont (pictured) has reportedly dismissed a plea that he should use his emergency powers to unilaterally grant the state’s two casino-operating tribes the right to offer online gaming ...