News & Analysis
Two Illinois cities have named their preferred casino developers, the Jamaican gambling watchdog has warned of match-fixing vulnerabilities and no Brazilian advertising blackout is planned as the country’s sports-betting decree heads for final tweaking.
Licensing developments involving DraftKings, Gamesys and Macau Slot, as well as the approval of Jamaica’s first casinos, are among this week’s news events.
Research & Reports
This bi-weekly update features information a Supreme Court decision involving off-reservation casinos, proposed rules surrounding the term "Indian tribe," a California online poker draft bill, a lawsuit involving a summer jai alai permit in Florida, greyhound racing in Iowa, New Jersey's Internet gaming regulations, "millionaire party" litigation in Michigan, VLT parlor expansion in New York, and sports wagering in Jamaica.
This week’s update includes information on the inclusion of keno in the Connecticut budget, the Illinois legislature’s approval of Internet horse race wagering, prospects for casinos in New York and Jamaica, the introduction of a federal Internet gambling bill, and the end of the legislative session in Nevada.