Industry News of the Day for January 4, 2019

Industry News of the Day for January 4, 2019

Industry
news of the day:

Pennsylvania:

Rhode Island:

Michigan:

New York:

New Jersey:

Arkansas:

  • Arkansas Democrat Gazette, 1.4.19 – New
    official added to lawsuit by foes of Arkansas casino

    • The Arkansas Racing Commission and a newly sworn-in
      county judge were added to a lawsuit that seeks to nullify a letter of
      support for a Mississippi company that wants to build a hotel and casino
      in Russellville, Ben Cross, the current county judge in Pope County, said
      Thursday.

Tennessee:

Maryland:

Federal updates:

  • No new federal updates to report.

Sports league updates:

Member updates:

Overall industry updates:

  • Legal Sports Report, 1.3.19 – An LSR Fireside Chat, Part 2: Who Were the Mount Rushmore Figures of Sports Betting in 2018?
    • Welcome back to a (mostly) civil discussion among the Legal Sports Report staff on the sports betting year that was. The last 12 months in sports betting proved enormously eventful and covered more ground than we possibly could review.
  • The Sports Daily, 1.3.19 – Where is Online Gambling going in 2019?
    • The online gambling industry boasts of being a pioneer in adopting new technologies. Whether it is video gaming designs, marketing or payment systems, online casinos don’t shy away from embracing technology. So, what awaits of the industry in 2019?
  • Know Techie, 1.4.19 – Can you cheat online gaming sites?
    • A genuinely foolproof way of cheating online gaming sites could make you some serious money. Plenty of people say they can do it, and many software companies say they have the tools to help you cheat online casinos. But is it possible? Read on to find out.
  • iGaming Business, 1.4.19 – iGaming Dashboard – January 2019
    • H2 Gambling Capital and iGaming Business are pleased to bring you the January 2019 iGaming Dashboard.
  • iGaming Business, 1.4.19 – MGM launches efficiency drive to achieve 2020 vision
    • Las Vegas-headquartered casino operator MGM Resorts International has announced a major restructuring programme as it looks to increase earnings by $300m (£236.7m/€263m) by 2021.