May 25th sees the arrival of the General Data Protection Regulation, which will put gambling companies under pressure from industry regulators and from customers anxious to protect their data
Hard Rock Casino Atlantic City launches a new online social casino site ahead of land-based operations, providing players with an option for free play gaming.
Recent figures from Spain and Bulgaria suggest that many countries may soon be turning to gambling to solve tax revenue and employment problems. The move may spark controversy, but tax and employment considerations will win the day
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has signed into law a bill that will allow wagering on historical horse races to take place at the currently shuttered Colonial Downs racetrack.
Rank Group has blamed British weather for a decline in visits to its UK casinos and bingo halls, but could the real reason for the decline be something much more fundamental?
The Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino offers special half-price discounts to selected players in a recent Heartland Poker Tour main event in an apparent attempt to lessen the financial effect of a looming overlay, and thus earns the scorn of a large swath of the poker world.
The elite of an island dubbed China’s Hawaii are hopeful that China’s president will eventually allow casinos that could rapidly transform it, bringing more tourists to the tropical destination.
The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement released data showing that casinos saw significant gains in 2017, with nearly $133m (£94m) more in gross operating profits than in 2016.
There is more to the Grand National than simply trying to pick the winner; it is a race steeped in history, controversy, and – most important – romance.
A gambler in Tanzania has just lost his wife thanks to Manchester United’s comeback in the recent Manchester derby. It’s the latest in a series of strange sporting bets – maybe it’s all down to inside knowledge.