Virginia lawmakers will be meeting in Richmond next week as the 2020 legislative sessions begin. Gambling is being considered the most important topic during this session as the state weighs on the possibilities of legalized gambling. What is Virginia focusing on? Virginia lawmakers have a number of things to decide about their gambling sector. They … Read moreVirginia Lawmakers to Focus on Legalizing Casinos in Upcoming Legislative Session
The Washington state gaming industry is launching a new initiative to ensure that smartphone games remain exempt from the local gambling laws. The latest lobbying effort will be supported by the civic leaders in the state. What is the lobby expected to do? The new lobbying effort is being led by the Game on WA. … Read moreGaming Industry Wants Gambling Law Exemption for Smartphone Games
Casinos in the Vegas of the East are experiencing a steep decline in their revenues in 2019. An uncertain trade war with the US and political unrest in Hong Kong is taking a toll on the city’s casinos. Where is Macau headed? In November, the revenue of Macau casinos dwindled because of the uncertain political … Read moreMacau Casinos Revenues Decline as China Is Stuck with Trade Wars and Political Protests
According to data provided by GoldenCasinoNews.com, Iowa state’s online sports betting revenue increased by over 500% in three months after launching in August this year. This is a clear sign that the industry has space to grow and expand if clear regulations are set in place. Iowa Online Sports Betting Revenue Surges Our research, which … Read moreIowa Online Sports Betting Revenue Increased 500% Since August
Illinois is one of the few US states that haven’t ostracized gambling altogether. It has always adopted a relatively open approach to gambling. Ironically, the state has never given rise to a fully legalized and regulated gambling industry. Could the democrats change fate? Last November, the state elected a Democratic governor, J.B. Pritzker with a … Read moreIs Illinois Missing An Opportunity by Not Legalizing Gambling?