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Florida Sports Betting to Resume as DC Circuit Denies West Flagler Rehearing

September 12, 2023 | By: Alex Weldon

Online sports betting in Florida could be underway again as early as next week as the DC Circuit Court of Appeals denied the request by West Flagler Associates for a rehearing en banc. In its ruling, the Circuit Court had anticipated the request and included the provision that the Seminole Tribe’s Hard Rock Sportsbook could not resume operations until seven days after the […]

California Online Sports Betting Legalization Unlikely to Be on the 2024 Ballot

California online sports betting could be on the November 2024 ballot, but it’s unlikely as advocates appear to have missed a vital deadline in the process to put the question before voters. Today, Aug. 22, was when sports betting advocates should have submitted their petitions to the California Attorney General’s Office (COAG) for signature validation. […]

Rush Street to Replace 888 as Delaware Lottery’s Online Gambling Partner

August 17, 2023 | By: Alex Weldon

For the first time in a decade, Delaware residents are about to see a new online casino product launch in their state, as the Delaware State Lottery has signed an operating agreement with Rush Street Interactive (RSI). In the process, the state will lose its existing 888-powered product, which has been the only one available since 2012. RSI announced that it was […]

Muscogee Creek Nation Sues Poarch Creek Band and Auburn University Over Burial Site Desecration

July 31, 2023 | By: Robyn McNeil

Muscogee Creek Nation (MCN) reignited its legal challenge against the Poarch Creek Indian Band and Auburn University on Friday, asking a federal appeals court to reinstate a lawsuit alleging the parties illegally removed remains and artifacts from a sacred site to build an Alabama casino. The Oklahoma-based Nation’s lawsuit alleges that Poarch built Wind Creek […]

Oklahoma AG Joins Lawsuit Over GOP Governor’s Contested Tribal Gaming Agreements

July 27, 2023 | By: Robyn McNeil

Oklahoma’s new Republican attorney general is stepping in to represent the state’s interests in a costly, three-year legal battle over tribal gambling after accusing Gov. Kevin Stitt of failing to follow state law. Attorney General Gentner Drummond delivered the news during a personal call with the Republican governor on Tuesday. An official letter to Stitt […]

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