News & Analysis
Pennsylvania and New Jersey both see online gambling revenues soar during the coronavirus shutdown, while German gaming halls bid to reopen under relaxed social distancing rules and a global money laundering watchdog has blasted the South Korean island of Jeju for poor supervision of its eight casinos.
Research & Reports
This roundup of key legislative and regulatory developments from January 2020 includes tribal gaming initiatives in Florida and Oklahoma; gaming litigation in Arkansas and Nebraska; cardrooms in California; and expanded gaming legislation in Maryland and Missouri.
This roundup of key legislative and regulatory developments from September 2018 includes information on tribal gaming in Massachusetts and Maine, a ballot measure in Arkansas, sports-betting legislation in the District of Columbia and Kentucky, gaming litigation in Florida and Pennsylvania, and regulations in Nevada.
This roundup of key legislative and regulatory developments from May 2018 includes information on a ballot initiative in Arkansas, gaming legislation in Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana and Colorado, sports betting in Delaware, Mississippi, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, tribal litigation in New Mexico and federal gaming legislation.
This roundup of key legislative and regulatory developments from April 2018 includes information on gaming legislation in Maryland, Oklahoma and Virginia; tribal gaming matters in California and Florida; gaming regulations in Nevada; and ballot initiatives in Arkansas and Florida.
For more in-depth coverage on sports-betting bills, please see the Special Report: U.S. Sports Betting Tracker.