February 17, 2017
Solicitor General Could Tip The Scales In NJ Sports Betting Case

Early in January of this year, the U.S. Supreme Court indicated renewed interest in the case of New Jersey sports betting. The Supreme Court requested the Acting Solicitor General to file a brief in the case and weigh in on the effort to overturn or to find a way to work around a 25-year-old federal law that prevents sports betting in all but 4 states. The five major sports organizations in the Unites States have long been against the repeal of the 25-year-old Professional and […]

January 19, 2017
Betting Lines For NFL Playoffs and Super Bowl Offer Tight Spreads

The NFL Playoffs are into the Conference Championship rounds with the winners of each game set to face off in Super Bowl LI. The New England Patriots are facing the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC Conference Championship while the Atlanta Falcons are facing the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Conference Championship. There are a wide assortment of bets on the line regarding these two games and the eventual Super Bowl matchup. The available bets for legally betting on the Super Bowl and the remaining […]

November 8, 2016
New US Online Gambling Trends

As the United States online gambling industry continues to grow and expand, there has been a rapidly increasing amount of analytical research being done on it. A lot of this new research is shining a spotlight on trends that, while surprising to some, have been obvious to others inside the industry for some time. This continued analysis has also allowed better, more accurate forecasts of what US online gambling revenues will look like over the next three or so years. Trends That Point Towards Significant […]

November 1, 2016
Political Betting Odds Tighten As FBI Reopens Clinton Email Case
FBI reopens Clinton Email Case

Anthony Weiner has truly proven himself to be destructive to the Democratic Party, and his latest shenanigans drive that truth home for one presidential hopeful that is slowly becoming known as Crooked Hillary. Clinton had successfully navigated the whole email scandal and FBI investigation thus far, and was getting beyond the negative press from it despite Trump’s repeated referencing of the details. It doesn’t look like she will dodge the damage from the scandal as well this time around, thanks to Anthony Weiner. The FBI […]

October 26, 2016
John Oliver Blamed For Decrease In Donations To Jill Stein Campaign

At this point in the presidential race, most people are not really taking the third party candidates very seriously. The three most known of these right now are Jill Stein of the Green Party, Gary Johnson of the Libertarian Party, and Evan McMullin who is running as an independent. While each has a small base of loyal supporters, they don’t carry much influence in the election, are not involved in debates, and fly pretty well under the radar for the most part. Popular HBO political […]

October 23, 2016
Who Won The Final Presidential Debate of the 2016 Election?

If you are looking for an actual answer to that question, then you may be disappointed. The day after the final debate for the election, and the blogosphere and airwaves are filled with commentary, opinions, polls and reports, all focused on determining the debate winner. If anyone objectively looks at the data, there is conflicting information in every nook and cranny of the debate coverage. The winner is determined by the political leanings of the media organization doing the reporting. Polls are skewed and objectivity […]

October 15, 2016
Could Third Party Candidate Evan McMullin Upset The Electoral College For Both Trump and Clinton?
Evan McMullin

Evan McMullin has been involved in the United States presidential race for several months now, and hardly anybody in the country has even heard his name. He’s on the ballot in 11 states and eligible as a write in candidate in 23 additional states. According to his interview with Glenn Beck on Thursday, October 13th, citizens in 47 states will be able to vote for him by Election Day. He’s running as a third party Independent candidate as a conservative alternative to Donald Trump, and […]

October 6, 2016
Kahnawake Licensees Can No Longer Serve US Customers
Kahnawake Gaming Commission

The situation with online gambling in the United States has seen a lot of different interesting events, and things have become even more interesting as of late. The Kahnawake Gaming Commission has announced that their licensees will no longer be able to serve most US customers. The issue here stems from something that happened with a data center licensee operating out of New Jersey, but it will have effects on the entire country. How It All Unfolded The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement has […]

September 12, 2016
Amaya CEO David Baazov Officially Resigns All Positions
Poker Stars

Earlier this year in March, insider trading charges leveled against David Baazov were unsealed, prompting a voluntary leave of absence from his positions as CEO and chairman of the board. Last week, he issued a statement formally resigning all positions as the investigation continues, which came as a surprise to some. His initial leave of absence was only supposed to be temporary, with Rafi Ashkenazi appointed as the interim CEO. With Baazov’s announcement, Ashkenazi is now tracking to become the new permanent chief executive. David […]

September 7, 2016
New Jersey Online Gambling Revenues Still On the Rise
New Jersey

When New Jersey’s Division of Gaming Enforcement released the most recent online gambling numbers last month, it was clear that the state’s online gambling revenues are showing no signs of slowing down. July’s numbers have broken the previous record yet again, in spite of the fact that gambling revenues typically dip during the summer months. In July, online gambling brought in $17.4 million, which is $1 million more than June and a 38.6 percent increase from July 2015. Why New Jersey’s Online Gambling Growth Matters […]