In The News: International Center for Gaming Regulation
Two lawmakers in California have introduced legislation that would bring sports betting to one of America’s largest states.
In the casino business, the minnow is swallowing the whale.
Nevada-based casinos and slot machine manufacturers have been preparing for new markets in places like Massachusetts and Japan. Now, there’s an opportunity for growth nestled in the heart of the Midwest: Illinois.
Game 1 of the NBA Finals could be a watershed moment in the development of legal sports betting in the United States.
A $17.3 billion megadeal is slated to create the largest casino company in the world by gaming assets.
The District Court of New Hampshire has ruled in favour of the New Hampshire Lottery Commission’s (NHLC) argument that the Wire Act only applies to sports betting.
In 1974, UNLV Professor Bill Eadington — among the first to apply academic rigor to gambling-related issues — gathered some like-minded thinkers
Casino mogul Steve Wynn’s former company was fined a record $20 million by Nevada gambling regulators on Tuesday for failing to investigate claims of sexual misconduct made against him before he resigned a year ago.
Don’t expect the gaming and cannabis industries to mix anytime soon in Las Vegas.
More than six months after Nevada gaming officials approved policy changes to regulations governing sexual harassment awareness and prevention, the eight-page document is gathering dust.
A University of Nevada, Las Vegas sociology professor said Tuesday that gambling reflects the risks inherent in modern capitalism and the pursuit of the American Dream and that its growth is being led in part by growing income equality.
The International Conference on Gambling & Risk Taking traces its origins back to 1974, and is recognized as the premier research oriented conference in the world. It brings together international experts to examine and analyze gambling from many perspectives.