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Non-Gaming Activities, Online Integration Key Concerns for US Land-based Casinos

February 16, 2024 | By: Robyn McNeil

The gaming floor has traditionally been the lifeblood and raison d’être of any casino but increased demand for non-gaming activities is transforming how we see retail gambling destinations. According to LT’s (formerly LaneTerralever) 2024 Casino Player Trends Report, these alternative forms of entertainment are a factor for roughly three-quarters of guests when choosing which casinos to patronize. […]

Wyoming Online Casino Bill Dead Due to ‘Failed Introduction’

February 15, 2024 | By: Heather Fletcher

The Wyoming online casino bill state Rep. Bob Davis sponsored is dead because it “failed introduction” on Feb. 15. Twenty-five House members voted in favor of bringing HB120 to the floor, and 36 were among the “nays.” Davis, R-Baggs, talked to Bonus about his Interactive Gaming bill on Feb. 7, when the Wyoming House of […]

Evolution to Bring Livespins ‘Bet Behind’ Slots Streaming Product to US Market

February 15, 2024 | By: Alex Weldon

Casino players in the US will soon be enjoying slots in a new, more interactive way, thanks to Evolution’s acquisition of Livespins. The deal, announced last week, saw Evolution—the largest supplier of live dealer products to the US market—acquire the startup for €5 million plus future performance-based consideration. Bonus spoke with Livespins CCO Michael Pedersen, who said that the US […]

Pretlow Introduces Companion New York Online Casino Bill, Addabbo Remains Hopeful

February 15, 2024 | By: Heather Fletcher

The companion New York online casino bill is working its way through the Assembly. Now that state Assemblyman J. Gary Pretlow introduced AB9198 on Feb. 14, both chambers of the New York State Legislature are considering legalizing iGaming. Pretlow, D-Mount Vernon, who has called himself “the father of sports betting,” is the Assembly’s Standing Committee […]

West Virginia Responsible Gaming and Research Act Would Require Gambling Operators to Share Data With Researchers

February 13, 2024 | By: Alex Weldon

West Virginia is considering legislation that would compel gambling operators to share data with academics for responsible gaming research purposes. It’s a move that harm reduction advocates have been calling for, and the Mountain State now has a chance to lead the way. HB5668 appeared in the House on Feb. 13, aiming to create the West Virginia Responsible […]

Can GeoComply Maintain its US Geolocation Market Dominance?

February 13, 2024 | By: Robyn McNeil

GeoComply has dominated geolocation services for the US online gambling market with a near-monopoly for the last decade but now faces newcomers trying to break into its space. To date, GeoComply has processed nearly every location check in the regulated US market—a mandatory step for every legal online bet, ensuring that the gambler is playing […]

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