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News & Analysis

NASCAR Set To Join Early U.S. Sports Return

NASCAR will be one of the earliest U.S. professional sports to return when it resumes races Sunday in South Carolina, but its interim content during the two-month layoff may have been the most successful offering of any of its American peers.

Eight States Sign On To RAWA Letter

Attorneys general of eight states have signed a letter calling for a federal ban on online gambling, seven less than the number that endorsed a similar letter last year.

Research & Reports

U.S. Regulatory Roundup: December 9-December 22

This roundup of key legislative and regulatory developments from December 9-December 22 includes information on tribal gaming litigation in California and gaming legislation in Missouri, Maryland, Montana, New Jersey, and South Carolina.

American Premium Insights February 27-March 12

This bi-weekly update features information on tribal gaming litigation in Kansas, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, tax procedures on gaming revenues in Massachusetts and with the IRS, Internet sweepstakes cafes in Colorado and Kentucky, commercial gaming expansion in Connecticut and Florida, fantasy sports in Iowa, Internet gaming legislation in Pennsylvania, tribal-state compacts in New Mexico, and gaming regulations and a lottery bill in Nevada. Additionally, this report outlines gaming legislation in Arkansas, Idaho, North Carolina and South Carolina. 

American Premium Insights January 1-January 15

This bi-weekly update features information on fantasy sports legislation in Indiana and Montana, commercial gaming legislation in Iowa, South Carolina and South Dakota, Internet gaming bills in Mississippi and Washington, tribal gaming developments in Wisconsin, an attorney general memorandum in Alabama and gaming licensing regulation in Michigan. Additionally, this report outlines gaming legislation in Florida, Georgia, Missouri and New York.

2014 Gambling Ballot Measures

In November, 36 states as well Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands and the U.S. Virgin Islands will hold gubernatorial elections. This round up features the eight states in which gaming specifically appears on the ballot: California, Colorado, Kansas, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota and Tennessee.

Americas Premium Insights March 22-April 3

This bi-weekly update includes information on proposed Carcieri fix legislation, federal Internet gaming prohibition bills, prohibition of Internet lottery offerings in Colorado, truck stop gaming in Illinois, a charitable gaming ballot proposal in Kansas, poker in Michigan, commercial casino expansion in New Hampshire and New York, Internet poker in New York, and video poker in South Carolina.

Data & Forecasts

Market Monitor: U.S. Lotteries

This report provides comprehensive benchmarking of key operational metrics across all 46 state lotteries in the $80bn+ U.S. lottery market. Featuring an interactive dashboard which facilitates visual cross-lottery comparisons, the dataset aggregates information from more than 800 annual lottery reports since 2000.

South Carolina - Lottery Annual Report - FY2002 to FY2020

Latest Annual Report data from the South Carolina Education Lottery. The data released for the state lottery contains the following information: Sales by game and region, prizes and commissions. There are approximately 290 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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