News & Analysis

Regulatory News Updates – February 14, 2020

UK Cabinet reshuffle sees shift in Department of Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, a key tribes-backed sports-betting bill gains ground in Washington and Japan's integrated resort bribery suspect is finally released on bail.

Research & Reports

U.S. Regulatory Roundup: February 2020

This roundup of key legislative and regulatory developments from February 2020 includes fantasy sports litigation in New York; gaming litigation in Oklahoma and Nebraska; gaming legislation in Connecticut, Illinois, Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., along with lottery legislation in Alaska and a federal gaming bill in Congress.

U.S. Regulatory Roundup: March 2019

This roundup of key legislative and regulatory developments from March 2019 includes information on online gaming legislation in West Virginia, sports-betting legislation in Rhode Island, expanded gaming legislation and sweepstakes legislation in Virginia, tribal gaming in Connecticut and Texas, online gaming litigation and expanded gaming legislation in New Hampshire, expanded gaming legislation in Alaska and Maine, fantasy sports regulations in Ohio, and e-sports legislation in Maryland.

U.S. Regulatory Roundup: March 3-March 16

This roundup of key legislative and regulatory developments from March 3-March 16 includes information on lottery legislation in West Virginia, Alaska, and Arkansas, gaming license litigation in Iowa and Massachusetts, fantasy sports legislation in Ohio, Mississippi, and Texas, an Attorney General opinion in Connecticut, internet gaming legislation in West Virginia, tribal gaming in Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Michigan, poker legislation in Kansas and Montana, lottery litigation in Florida, gaming expansion legislation in Texas, Pennsylvania and Michigan and gaming regulations in Nevada. 

Americas Premium Insights May 6-May 19

This bi-weekly update features information on fantasy sports in Colorado, Illinois, Mississippi and Missouri, a proposed ballot measure in Arkansas, dog racing legislation in Arizona, gaming legislation in Alaska and tribal-state gaming compacts in California.

HR 2267 - Frank Bill Amendments

Domestic interests – including state lotteries and Indian tribes – were strengthened by amendments added to Rep. Barney Frank's bill to regulate online gambling in the United States, which was approved by the House Financial Services committee this week.

Data & Forecasts

United States - American Gaming Association Report - 1994 to 2012

Latest Annual State of the States Report data from the American Gaming Association (AGA). The data released for the country contains the following information: A breakdown of casinos by state, consumer spending on commercial casinos by state, quantity of casino jobs by state, commercial casino wages, consumer spending on racinos, commerical casino and racino detail by state, quantity of gaming machines by state and a comparison of Nevada and New Jersey poker revenue. There are approximately 4,175 data points in this document.
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