News & Analysis

Problem Gambling Funding Bills Face Difficult Legislative Process

Following the rapid expansion of sports betting and online gaming in the U.S. over the last five years, lawmakers in several states have introduced bills during the 2023 legislative sessions that are designed to increase awareness as well as funding for problem gambling prevention and treatment services.

Hawaii Lawmaker Calls For Ban On Nevada Casino Advertising

A Hawaiian lawmaker is proposing a ban on Nevada casino companies advertising in the state, arguing that Hawaii carries an economic burden due to problem gambling as residents make hundreds of thousands of trips annually to gamble in Las Vegas.

News In Brief: January 9-January 13, 2023

Another German state says no to online casino licensing, Austrian ministry claims it is still working on a new regulator and Argentina's Supreme Court rules against casino owners in tax case.

Research & Reports

U.S. Internet Poker — An Economic Update

On April 23, GamblingCompliance testified before the California Assembly Governmental Organization Committee on the status of the regulated U.S. Internet poker market. Our presentation includes new GamblingData forecasts for the California Internet poker market.

U.S. Internet Gambling — Licensing Approaches To 'Bad Actors'

As debate over so-called “bad actors” continues to heat up, GamblingCompliance Research Services examines how Congress and various states are addressing licensing for entities that formerly accepted or facilitated the acceptance of unregulated U.S. Internet wagers.

Special Report: Internet Gaming & Indian Country

As the United States continues to assess the viability of regulated online gambling through both state and federal bills, Indian tribes remain key stakeholders in the discussions over proposed regulation.

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