US Virgin Islands
News & Analysis
U.S. Virgin Islands Attorney General Gives Green Light To Internet Gambling Law
U.S. Virgin Islands Eyeing Internet Gambling Launch
Colleges Find Concerns In Student Grade Betting
McDermott Hearing Offers Little Hope of Swift Action
Research & Reports
U.S. Virgin Islands Territory Report
The U.S. Virgin Islands has a wide net of regulations that allow for many types of gaming, helping to promote the local tourism industry. Despite the existence of these regulations, there are only two commercial casinos on the island of St. Croix and no internet gaming operators have been licensed.
Americas Premium Insights May 9–May 22
This bi-weekly update features information on a casino-tax break bill in Delaware, a district court decision in Idaho, a bankruptcy filing by a casino in Iowa, a voluntary dismissal of a lawsuit by a commercial casino developer in Massachusetts, an Internet lottery prohibition bill in Minnesota, a skill-based amusement gaming bill in Ohio, a casino credit bill in Rhode Island, and a bill to amend the Internet gaming statute in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Americas Premium Bi-Weekly Wrap-Up October 18 – October 31
This bi-weekly update includes information on a rejected gaming proposal in Illinois, the ratification of a compact in Massachusetts, the introduction of an ADW bill in Michigan, a tavern gaming bill in Pennsylvania and Internet gaming in the U.S. Virgin Islands.