Uncle Sam Wants To Scare You Away From Betting On Crypto

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If you’re a member at any 18 and up online casino – or if you’re just thinking about joining one – you probably have a pretty good understanding of cryptocurrency. After all, it’s crypto that powers the best online betting sites, as it offers players a number of advantages both on-site and off. Crypto allows …

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Legal Challenge Looms As FL Signs New Compact With Seminole

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On Friday, Florida governor Ron DeSantis and the Seminole Tribe of Florida signed a new gambling compact that will allow domestic sports betting and new casino games to launch in the Sunshine State. The compact is a major step forward for both parties, representing a final, agreeable remedy to an ongoing dispute that reared its …

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Digital Payments Could Become The New Norm At Domestic Casinos

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The Nevada Gaming Commission is currently considering changing electronic currency exchange regulations to allow for additional digital payments at their domestic casinos. Slot games across the country have been using ticketing systems for nearly twenty years, and now, cashless technology providers are eager to get in on the action of other floor and table games, …

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Tampa Hard Rock Sets Template For 18+ Casino Reopening

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Sunshine State casinos are back in action, so put on your shades, make your best poker face, and go all in! 18 and over Florida residents that are interested in playing poker for real money at a domestic casino can ante up at Tampa’s Seminole Hard Rock Casino, as long as social distancing requirements are …

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Game On: Some 18+ Casinos To Open For Business In Idaho Today

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States across the country are now faced with the multi-faceted process of not only reopening business but restarting the economy, all without causing the additional spread of COVID-19. Most politicians are rolling out the reopening in phases, beginning with essential businesses first before allowing for recreational-based industries to open their doors. Fun and games are …

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Trump Allows States To Decide When To Reopen – Nevada Governor Responds

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With a federal mandate in place preventing non-essential businesses from operating until the end of the month, President Trump is considering allowing the Governors of some states to decide the most appropriate course of action when creating a timeline for reopening. The President had previously suggested that he alone would make the call for reopening …

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Coronavirus Outbreak Leaves 18-Year-Old Macau Chinese Gamblers With Only One Cure

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With the coronavirus death toll now surpassing 1,000 in mainland China, the odds of scientists and researchers finding a cure anytime soon appear bleak entering mid-February. As the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), which originated in Wuhan, and reports of fatalities associated with the outbreak began to spread, the world’s largest hub of brick-and-mortar casinos has …

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Offshore remains primary destination for bettors under 21 years of age

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America is experiencing a sports betting renaissance, and the effect of the now-mainstream activity has been felt nationwide. With last week’s industry launch in New Hampshire on Monday, December 31, there are now 14 states with legal sports wagering up and running (minimum gambling ages in parentheses): Arkansas (21) Delaware (21) Indiana (21) Iowa (21) …

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Rhode Island mobile betting underperforming in first few months

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Hopes were high when Rhode Island launched its mobile casino application back in September. However, the state’s mobile sports betting revenue has been well under the earlier projections and it could be due to a single hitch in the state’s registration process. Although Rhode Island is one of the few states in the country with …

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