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Inside Gaming: Congress to Consider Sports Betting, Online Gambling

House committee considers new legislation that would hugely change gambling in the U.S.

Inside Gaming: Sands Takeover Rumor Boosts Wynn Stock

"Zero truth" to the rumor said a Wynn spokesman, but the stock jumped up nonetheless.

WSOP Disputes Inability to Issue ITINs

Players are responsible for getting their own ITINs, even if casinos aren't issuing them.

Inside Gaming: Adelson Pulls Out of Vegas Stadium Deal, LV Sands Eyes Asia

Billionaire mogul Adelson withdraws support for Vegas NFL stadium, makes moves elsewhere.

888 Holdings Wins Global Gaming Award

888 Holdings won the "Best Digital Operator" category for 888poker.com at the Global Gaming Awards in Las Vegas Sept. 26.

Inside Gaming: AGA Estimates $90B in Illegal Football Bets; Maryland Casinos Up

More than $90B will be bet illegally on football this year says AGA, Maryland casinos are up, Betsson acquires TonyBet's Lithuanian operations, and more.

Inside Gaming: Super Bowl 50 Betting Opinions, Trends, and Props

A new report from the American Gaming Association shows Super Bowl viewers want sports betting laws changed and we delve into the many Super Bowl prop bets.

Inside Gaming: Wynn-Boston Conflict Ends, Super Bowl Betting, and Favorable DFS Vote in Calif.

Wynn & Boston put aside conflicts and allow the Everett casino, the AGA forecasts billions of illegal Super Bowl wagers, and California votes in favor of DFS.

Inside Gaming: Revenue Down in Nevada, Macau; MGM Springfield Plans Change

New monthly revenue reports show declines in Nevada and Macau, MGM changes plans in Massachusetts, and the AGA asks presidential candidates about gaming.

Inside Gaming: Face-Off in New York Over Daily Fantasy Sports; AGA Takes on Illegal Gambling

The New York Attorney General orders DraftKings and FanDuel out of the Empire State, but the sites respond with lawsuits and intend to stay.

Inside Gaming: Graham Reintroduces RAWA to Senate, Big May for Nevada, DraftKings Partners with ESPN

Lindsey Graham reintroduces RAWA in the U.S. Senate, Nevada has a booming May, the AGA wants to audit casinos, and DraftKings and ESPN announce partnership.

Japan Gets Closer to Legalized Gambling as Casino Bill Hits Parliament

Japan's journey to legalize casino gambling entered a decisive phase, as a bill was submitted to the country's parliament.

The American Gaming Association Offers Its Support To Bring Gaming to Japan

The American Gaming Association (AGA) has volunteered its support to legalize casino gambling in Japan.

Inside Gaming: Basketball Bettors Ready for March Madness; February Fall in Atlantic City

The NCAA men's basketball tournament begins next week, and billions will be bet on brackets again; meanwhile, Atlantic City casinos decline in February.

Understanding the Witness List for Thursday's Congressional Hearing on RAWA

The witness list for Thursday's House Subcommittee hearing on the Restoration of America's Wire Act (RAWA) legislation is stacked against Internet poker as expected.

2014 Year in Review: Online Poker Legislation in the U.S.

PokerNews' Matthew Kredell takes a look back at the online poker legislation that took place in the U.S. in 2014.

Five Thoughts: Ultimate Gaming Exits NJ, WSOP.com Celebrates, and Elias' Big WPT Win

Five Thoughts examines WSOP.com's highs, Ultimate Gaming's lows, and Elias' big win at Borgata.

Five Thoughts: California Bills Die, The Poker Hall of Fame, WPT and GPI, and More

Five Thoughts examines the two bills that fell short in California, the Poker Hall of Fame nomination process, and more.

American Gaming Association Withdraws Support of Internet Gambling

The American Gaming Association has withdrawn its support of Internet gambling in the U.S. after a long feud between its members.

American Lotteries Oppose Federal Ban on Online Poker

American lotteries announce opposition to federal ban on online poker, citing need for state's rights.

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