Insights & Analysis

A controversial provision in Tennessee’s draft sports-betting regulations that would require operators to payout no more than 85 percent of wagers will likely be modified following recommendations by an advisory council and comments from top regulators Tuesday.

Legislative efforts by several states to crack down on so-called grey-market gaming machines either through measures banning the devices or...

From Hawaii to Rhode Island, governors approach gambling from a provincial perspective and the result is a potpourri of regulations...

Regulatory Research

Since the opening of the online gaming market in New Jersey in 2012 and with online sports betting going live in August 2018, there has...
In June 2019, Illinois enacted a gambling expansion bill, which authorizes sports betting, creates six new casinos and allows racetracks to...
Despite Delaware's restrictive constitutional prohibition on gambling, the relatively expansive definition of the term "lottery" has...

Data & Forecasts

Latest monthly Sports Betting Report data from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. The data released for the state contains the following information by location: Handle, gross revenue, gross win...

Latest monthly Online Gaming Report data from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. The data released for the state contains the following information by operator: Online casino revenue and market...