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Macau, which is a major force in the gaming community, turns 20 but the next 20 years may look a lot different. Contessa Brewer reports.
Contessa Brewer reports from Las Vegas on how sports betting is increasing from the palm of your hands.
MGM Resorts will be selling the iconic Bellagio Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas to Blackstone in a four billion dollar deal. Contessa Brewer has more for us.
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A homeless man in Aspen, Colorado, beat 840,000-to-1 odds to win a half-million dollars on a lottery scratch ticket, and “it couldn’t happen to a better type of person,” a shelter worker said Monday. Michael Engfors, 61 — who’s been homeless for about six years after he lost his business and went through a divorce …
The New York attorney general has demanded that DraftKings and FanDuel stop taking bets in the state because he considers them illegal gambling operations.
Young Americans love Las Vegas. But there’s a problem. Their idea of gaming isn’t the one Vegas was built on. Millennials prefer videogames over slot machines. They like daily fantasy sports leagues — which technically aren’t considered gambling, so casinos can’t play. This week at the Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas, the industry is …
Money is pouring into legal online sports betting.
In Macau, gambling revenue continues to slide and many attribute the slump to China’s crackdown on corruption.
Atlantic City is still reeling from economic woes, financial missteps and Superstorm Sandy.
It might sound like a bad excuse for gambling, but sometimes a bet really is about more than just the money. Just ask the race fans who put money down on American Pharoah, the first horse to win the Triple Crown since 1978. The majority of bettors at the Belmont Stakes this weekend who had …
Three years ago, Massachusetts approved legalized gambling, after companies competed fiercely for regional licenses and millions were spent on real estate, planning, hiring and lobbying, Come Tuesday, however, voters in the Bay State may decide they don’t want gambling after all. This week, voters are set to decide whether to repeal a law that hasn’t …
A federal judge temporarily blocked plans to legalize sports betting in New Jersey.
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