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Blog posts March 2022

New York’s Big Sports Betting Rollout Not Enough For Pioneering Lawmaker from NY Online Gambling's John Brennan

New York state Assemblyman Gary Pretlow sponsored a gambling bill that became law nearly a decade ago that included the proviso that the state would be authorized to offer full-fledged sports betting as soon as federal law no longer prohibited it.

Within its first few weeks of offering mobile…

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ICE London is ‘at its best’ when people feel inspired from CasinoBeats


In the second part of CasinoBeats 100 Club’s look ahead towards ICE London on April 12-14, we delved into what our members are most looking forward to at the event. 

We asked: What are you most looking forward to at ICE?

Helen Walton, CCO at G.Games

That buzz of a big crowd of people…

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New Jersey Casino Tax Law Has Major Flaw, Judge Rules from NJ Online Gambling's John Brennan

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The state legislature’s attempt to rewrite the terms of a consent order reached with Atlantic County in 2018 regarding payments by Atlantic City’s nine casinos may be upended, a Superior Court judge ruled on Friday.

While the judge, Joseph Marczyk, declined to overturn a bill signed into …

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