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New Sanctions Issued in College Baseball Betting Scandal

Fallout from last year's college baseball betting scandal involving the exchange of insider information continued this week as the NCAA and local authorities issued new sanctions in the matter. Former Alabama baseball head coach Brad Bohannon and Bert Neff both faced fresh punishments for their role in the scandal that broke last May. At the…

DraftKings CEO Teases Progressive Parlay Launch

DraftKings CEO Jason Robbins is looking to disrupt US sports betting markets in a big way with the upcoming launch of a progressive parlay product. Speaking at the Annual Craig Hallum Online Gaming Conference 2023 Robbins said the groundbreaking product is "just weeks away" from its launch. As described, the progressive parlay allows players to…

Nevada Gaming Collect $1.32 Billion for Record October

Nevada gaming posted its best October revenue this year with an astounding $1.32 billion haul from the state's legion of casinos and sportsbooks. While the gaming industry benefited from a slew of events on the fabled Vegas Strip, casinos across the state had an extremely good month no matter where they were located. The official…

Kindred Group Exiting North American Market

The Kindred Group is exiting the North American gaming market as part of a broad effort to restructure the company and focus on its core, revenue-producing operations. It's a move that includes at least 300 layoffs of North American-facing employees, but will save tens of millions of dollars over the long run. Kindred's departure from…

Oklahoma Governor’s Sports Betting Plan Sidesteps Tribes

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt has a plan for bringing regulated sports betting to the Sooner State. His plan, however, came as complete surprise to other sports betting interests in the state, including other lawmakers and the Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association (OIGA). Both groups expressed concern and anger that Governor Stitt would be moving forward on…

Study Says US Players Experiencing ‘Marketing Fatigue’

Online gambling operators are overwhelming their customers with a tsunami of advertisements and promotions that, rather than engaging players, are actually sending them away. That's the conclusion of a recent study titled, Optimove 2023 Report of Players’ Preferences in iGaming Marketing, conducted by the US marketing firm Optimove. The study was conducted using a survey…

MGM Resorts Back on Track After Cyber Attack

MGM Resorts are getting back to normal after a devastating cyber attack severely impacted operations at its properties across the United States. Company officials say that the companies hotels are "operating normally" - which is mostly true. Some key components of casino resort life, such as ATMs and digital door keys, are not actually back…

Researchers Find Gambling Self-Regulation ‘Completely Failing’

A new study from the University of Bristol on gambling advertising during Premiere League matches found that industry self-regulation is "completely failing." Researchers found that a full 92 percent of gaming ads were not in compliance with advertising regulations as most of them were not clearly identifiable as gambling advertisements. The research was conducted over…