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News & Analysis

Regulatory News Updates – February 21, 2020

Caesars becomes the first US gambling jersey sponsor with Major League Soccer deal, UK gambling oversight stays at the Department of Digital, Culture, Media & Sport but reverts to new sports minister, and Wakayama debuts integrated resort guidance.

The Key Issues In U.S. Sports Betting In 2020

After a lightning round in 2019 that saw 11 U.S. jurisdictions enact sports-betting legislation and several more launch under existing laws, GamblingCompliance looks ahead to some of the key issues that will shape the sports-betting landscape in 2020.

Research & Reports

Special Report: Distributed Gaming In U.S. States

Although many states restrict Las Vegas-style slot machines to commercial and tribal casinos, a handful of U.S. gaming jurisdictions also permit limited-stakes video lottery terminals (VLTs) or video gaming machines (VGTs) in non-casino venues such as bars, restaurants, and civic organizations.

In recent years, this segment of the U.S. gaming market — sometimes referred to as slot-route operations or distributed gaming — has attracted greater attention among policymakers, in part due to the explosive growth of Illinois’ VGT market.

U.S. Regulatory Roundup: April 2019

This roundup of key legislative and regulatory developments from April 2019 includes information on gaming litigation in Washington and West Virginia, gaming legislation in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland and Montana; lottery legislation in Alabama, Arizona, Florida and Illinois; and tribal gaming litigation in New York.

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: February 2019

This roundup of key legislative and regulatory developments from February 2019 includes information on gaming litigation in New Hampshire; gaming legislation in Florida, Indiana, Maryland, Montana, North Dakota, Virginia, and West Virginia; tribal gaming in Texas.

U.S. Regulatory Roundup: March 17-March 30

This roundup of key legislative and regulatory developments from March 17-March 30 includes information on racing legislation in New Jersey and West Virginia, expanded gaming legislation in Maine, Florida, New Hampshire, and Pennsylvania, gaming legislation in Montana, Kansas, and Iowa, lottery legislation in Kansas, and tribal gaming litigation in Florida.

Data & Forecasts

Market Monitor: U.S. Lotteries

This report provides comprehensive benchmarking of key operational metrics across all 46 state lotteries in the $100bn+ U.S. lottery market. Featuring an interactive dashboard which facilitates visual cross-lottery comparisons, the dataset aggregates information from more than 900 annual lottery reports since 2000.

Montana - Lottery Annual Report - FY2003 to FY2021

Latest Annual Report data from the Montana Lottery. The data released for the state contains the following information: Revenues, prizes, retailer commissions, gaming vendor fees and sales & prizes by game. There are approximately 445 data points in this document.

Montana - Video Gambling Report - FY1994 to FY2020

Latest biennial Video Gambling Report data from the Montana Department of Justice. The data released for the state contains the following information: Gross income, tax and fees collected from video gambling machines and video gambling machines by county and city. There are approximately 4,960 data points in this document.

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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