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  1. Justice Department Abandons Online Gambling Fight

    by , 24 March 2021 at 12:35 pm


    Hello friends! It’s that time again! Time for this week’s gambling headlines! We have stories out of Las Vegas about casinos that are reopening, rebranding, and still closed. But first it’s this week’s very big online gambling story!

    For over a decade now, the U.S. Department of Justice has been trying to criminalize online gambling and online poker in America by using an archaic law from 1961: The Federal Wire Act. ...
  2. US Online Gambling Victory!

    by , 26 January 2021 at 3:55 pm

    Hello friends! And thanks so much for streaming another edition of This Week in Gambling where the fight for American online gambling may have just come to a crashing halt! And that is this week’s big story!

    For nearly 15 years now some in the US government have had a real bug up their ass when it comes to online gambling. And as many of you know, one of the laws they tried to use to stop the activity was the 1961 Federal Wire Act. ...
  3. The US Election and Online Gambling

    by , 28 October 2020 at 12:26 pm



    Trump or Biden for US Online Gambling?

    Hello my friends, and thanks so much for streaming another edition of This Week in Gambling! I’m J. Todd, and this week we have gambling news from the state of Pennsylvania, plus brand new game reviews to share for Halloween games just in time for trick-or-treating. But first, we start at the federal level and talk of the US election and online gambling with this week’s ...
  4. Betfred USA Launches in Iowa

    by , 8 April 2020 at 4:58 pm
    Betfred USA has opened their first of four new sports books at the Grand Falls Casino in Iowa. The 3,500-square-foot facility is located in a renovated stage area adjacent to the main gaming floor. They also plan to launch an online app to accompany the physical sports book.

    Grand Falls became the first casino in Northwest Iowa to allow sports betting in early September. A temporary "Elite Sportsbook" was opened in a former VIP area in the casino to accommodate sports bettors. ...
  5. States Could Look to Online Gambling as a “Savior”

    by , 2 April 2020 at 1:00 pm
    Some casinos in America are starting to re-think this whole online gambling thing. Many have resisted the move, usually based on scare tactics implemented by multi-billionaire casino moguls (think Sheldon Adelson). But as the times change and pandemics change our world, even the biggest opponents may soon be faced with a serious economic choice.

    In states like New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Nevada and Delaware online United States casinos, poker rooms, sports betting or some combination ...
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