This Blog will keep you up to date on the latest news from the gaming community.
With virtually every U.S. casino shut down amidst Covid-19, online gambling is taking off. Here's a list of states that offer it, and those that are considering it.
This ugly virus has also hit the rest of the horse racing industry with postponements, and outright cancellations. Check out the link for details as of March 22, 2020.
Looks like the Corona Virus is going to move the Kentucky Derby from May 2nd to Sept. 5th. Dates for the Preakness and Belmont Stakes are still under discussion.
If you live in NYS and play daily fantasy sports, that activity could be short lived. Let's hope not. Here's the scoop from the New York Times.
The three Seneca casinos in NYS, Seneca Niagara in Niagara Falls, Buffalo Creek casino in Buffalo, and Seneca Allegany in Salamanca, NY.will soon offer sports betting. They're on schedule to open in time for the NFL playoffs. Here's a link:
Looks like California Native casinos and the state racetracks are supporting a measure that would allow sports betting in the state. GGB news reported this story:
Looks like sports betting on location at events may become a reality.
The sports book at Del Lago casino in Waterloo, NY is now open for business. The casino is located at exit 41 on the NYS thruway I-90. Here's the link:
November 24, 2018. Pennsylvania Opens for Sports Betting: Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course in Grantville began taking sports bets last week. Pennsylvania is the seventh state to offer live sports wagering. Here’s the link to the status of legal sports betting in the United States. Read more on my blog page:
Looks like the NFL is getting ready to grab a piece of "Sports Betting" now that the ban has been overturned.
This is the same NFL that once vowed never to host a team in a city that promotes sports betting, yet plays games in the UK, where sports betting is widespread.
The same NFL that played a home game for the Buffalo Bills every year for 5 years in Toronto, CA, where parlay sports wagering has been legal since the 1980's.
How about the upcoming Las Vegas Raiders? A home team in the city that had a gambling win of $6.4 BILLION in 2017!
No wonder the hypocrites want a piece of this newfound action!
Read the link on my blog page.