Just when it looked like talks over gambling rights for the Seminole Tribe in the state of Florida were resolved, key lawmakers are stirring up controversy.
Ralph Topping, the CEO of sports betting operator William Hill, took on a second job as chairman of soccer’s Scottish Premier League.
Some California tribal casinos will be able to add new slot games without paying stiff new state taxes, according to a court decision.
An Indian playing cards ran out of gambling cash and offered his daughter, whom he promptly lost to a gambler from another village.
The likely last chance for Delaware’s full sports betting program to be able to legally proceed was denied as the US court of appeals responsible refused to rehear the case.