Friday, February 23, 2024

Tag: Supreme Court

Sports betting legalisation gives US casinos a boost

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The legalisation of sports betting helped power a 3.5 percent increase in gaming revenue in 2018, according to new figures from the AGA, while the number of states

GLI releases draft event betting technical standard for US market
Following the Supreme Court decision to legalise sports betting in the US, international testing lab GLI has taken the first step in systems consistency with the GLI-33 industry standard. Gaming Laboratories International has announced the launch of its draft technical standard, GLI-33 Event Wagering Systems. The testing laboratory developed the first American event wagering compliance measure through 12 months of consultation...

Mississippi tribes bring historic betting to casinos

In what stands to be a first for US tribal nations, the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians has approved the roll out of sports betting at its Silver Star Hotel and Casino, Golden Moon Hotel and Bok Homa Casino. Due to venues lying on reservation land, tribal operators in Mississippi do not require the approval of the state Gaming Commission...

American Gaming Association issue statement as Supreme Court rule PASPA ‘unconstitutional’

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Federal Ban on Sports Betting Found Unconstitutional by US Supreme Court. The American Gaming Association president and CEO Geoff Freeman has issued a statement after the announcement of the Supreme Court’s opinion on Murphy v. National Collegiate Athletic Association. The Court’s ruling on the case determined that the federal ban on sports betting as established by the Professional and Amateur Sports...

Anticipation of SCOTUS ruling drives GiGse attendance

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Ewa Bakun, who leads the team responsible for curating the 2018 edition of GiGse believes that this year's confirmed speakers are the key decision makers likely to shape the future of the regulated sports betting market in the United States...

Landmark ruling in UK establishes new precedent for cheating

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  The Supreme Court has handed down its judgment in the long-running dispute between poker player Phil Ivey and Crockford’s casino in Mayfair over the legitimacy of his edge-sorting technique.   In a landmark ruling, the UK’s Supreme Court has found that poker champion Phil Ivey cheated whilst playing Punto Banco to win £7.7m at a Genting casino in London. In a...

NCLGS supports legislative discussions at inaugural Sports Betting USA conference in New York City

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The National Council of Legislators from Gaming States will be represented by Officer William Coley, a Senator from Ohio, and Executive Director Michael Pollock, Managing Director of Spectrum Gaming Group.   As the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear the oral arguments in the ground-breaking New Jersey sports betting case, with a ruling expected in the first half of 2018, various...

Chilean operators look to appeal against municipal licensing process

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A ruling by the Chilean Supreme Court has cleared the way for the national regulator, the Superintendencia de Casinos de Juegos, to recommence the tender process for the country’s seven municipal casino licences but a number of major operators are unhappy with the move.   The Chilean Supreme Court has unanimously rejected six protection appeals filed by casino operators Enjoy, Marina...