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article Disney forced Dana White to scrap UFC 249 because of coronavirus pandemic and have a £1.2bn deal in the championship (7/3/2020)
(California) -- Dana White was willing to pull out all the stops to miraculously stage UFC 249 amid the coronavirus pandemic... until the highest powers at Disney got...
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Black Hills

article GOP congressman upset Sioux leaders want their sacred land respected (7/2/2020)
(South Dakota) -- A Republican congressman called out Native American leaders on Thursday, claiming they were "Marxists." His reason: They object to the Mount...
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Native Voices

article LISTEN: Kasigluk Artist Golga Oscar (7/2/2020)
(New Mexico) -- Golga Oscar is a photographer and designer from Kasigluk. He graduated from Akiuk Memorial School in 2016, and is now attending the Institute for...
article Five Indigenous teens you should know (6/22/2020)
(Canada) -- A whole new generation is finding ways to make a difference in their communities and beyond. That generation consists largely of Indigenous youth, who are...
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Sports Betting

article Circa Sports CEO Derek Stevens Confident Of 2020 Sports Betting Boom (6/29/2020)
(Las Vegas) -- When Las Vegas was set to reopen on June 4, there was no one more optimistic and/or grateful than Derek Stevens, CEO of Circa Sports and owner of the...
article BLOG: Sports Gambling Today: Is there still value for Sports Bettors in Futures Wagering? (6/11/2020)
(Internet) -- For many of us the words, “save your money for a rainy day” have been ingrained in our heads from birth. With all the uncertain times still...
article Content Keeps Bettors Nearby as Gambling Companies Wait Out Hiatus (6/2/2020)
(USA) -- As the coronavirus pandemic shut down sports across the globe, theScore saw its sports betting handle dry up. Still, theScore CEO John Levy said engagement on...
article BLOG: Off A Big Weekend, Sportsbooks Are Optimistic For Momentum Through The Summer (5/20/2020)
(USA) -- The sports gambling world came back to life last weekend thanks to UFC, NASCAR and golf being on TV again. One of these days or weeks, there will be summer NBA...
article VIDEO: The House Takes the Juice: How Sportsbooks Make Money (5/15/2020)
(Las Vegas) -- Sports gambling may have slowed since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, but it hasn't disappeared completely. Sports betters are getting their fix...
article BLOG: SportsHandle: that was the week that was in US sports betting (5/8/2020)
(USA) -- Louisiana lawmakers have been down this road before. In 2018, lawmakers sent the decision to legalize daily fantasy sports to the voters. Eighteen months later...
article BLOG: The Week In Sports Betting News: West Virginia Shocked Us For Minutes (4/13/2020)
(USA) -- For those not keeping track anymore, let us remind you: It’s Monday. And somehow, a month after the leagues started to shut down because of the...
article PlayUSA Rewind: Good Sports Betting News For Esports And The NFL Draft (4/1/2020)
(USA) -- The coronavirus pandemic has sent shockwaves across the gaming world. As it has been well-documented, the majority of — if not all — casinos in the...
article BOOK: "The Great Gamble" gets rave reviews from heaps of Hawkeyes (3/31/2020)
(Iowa) -- David Bluder (husband of Iowa women's basketball coach Lisa Bluder) is getting some fantastic feedback on his new novel, "The Great Gamble."
article BLOG: How Sports Gambling Has Changed Without Sports (3/27/2020)
(Internet) -- Would you take the Mavericks getting 9.5 points on the road against the Kings? In real-life, with a healthy Luka Doncic and Kristaps Porzingis in the...
article BLOG: What to Bet on When There’s Not Much Sport (3/23/2020)
(Worldwide) -- We know there are far more important things going on in the world right now than sports. But, while everyone is hopefully being responsible by staying at...
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Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency

article Becky’s Affiliated: How BSV “Bridge” tech fulfills the push for cashless casino ecosystems (6/25/2020)
(Internet) -- Just over a week ago, the American Gaming Association (AGA) issued a call for cashless transactions in casinos to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 and...
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Las Vegas Gaming

article Las Vegas a Tale of Two Cities as Market Research Shows Local Casinos Faring Better in Reopening (6/25/2020)
(Las Vegas) -- A report from a New York-based research and analytics firm shows that casinos on the Las Vegas Strip are seeing a slight improvement in the number of...
article Huge crowds line up as casinos reopen in Las Vegas for the first time (6/4/2020)
(Las Vegas) -- Crowds of people lined up across Las Vegas late Wednesday night as hotel casinos across the city began to open from midnight for the first time since...
article BLOG: Las Vegas casinos reopen after 78-day coronavirus closure (6/4/2020)
(Las Vegas) -- It was a quiet morning outside The Venetian Thursday, as about a dozen visitors and guests were waiting for the property to open its doors at 9 a.m. Eyal...
article BLOG: What Las Vegas casinos, restaurants will reopen and when (5/27/2020)
(Las Vegas) -- After more than two months into a state-mandated shutdown, a number of Las Vegas hotel-casinos and restaurants are planning to reopen their doors to the...
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Georgia Gaming

article BLOG: Georgia Republicans Caved on the HOPE Scholarship in Exchange For Casinos (6/23/2020)
(Georgia) -- In Georgia, House Republicans have cut a deal with House Democrats to gut the HOPE Scholarship in exchange for casinos. Here’s what you need to know.
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False Idols

article 'Celebrate Resistance Not Conquest': Liberation Movements in Indigenous America and Palestine (6/19/2020)
(Worldwide) -- “It looks like the West Bank,” said Samia Assed, local Palestinian-American social activist. Assed was referring to a recent event in...
article Why Buffalo Soldiers Served Among the Nation's First Park Rangers (6/16/2020)
(Indian Country) -- Among the earliest stewards of the nation’s national parks were soldiers from segregated black regiments. Starting in the 1890s, the Buffalo...
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Cannabis & Casinos

article Opening the Pot: Vegas Cannabis Industry Moving Ahead Amidst COVID (6/17/2020)
(Las Vegas) -- One of the most popular tourist destinations in the United States, Las Vegas is known for its sinful vices, gambling, strip clubs, and as of January 1,...
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UK Gambling

article BLOG: The Effects of the Economic Shutdown on the UK Gambling Industry (6/8/2020)
(UK) -- It comes as no surprise that the COVID-19, also known as the novel coronavirus, crisis has caused worldwide problems in the health, business and economic sectors...
article BLOG: What London Casinos Can Learn from Vegas (3/26/2020)
(London) -- Gambling in London is great. The capital city vibe and the often-regal gaming venues can make for a really special evening. That said, Vegas remains number...
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MMIW

article Taking action with Indigenous women (6/4/2020)
(Alberta) -- I wear a red dress pin, right over my heart. The red dress symbolizes and honours missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. I wear this pin as a...
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Arkansas Gaming

article BLOG: Group forms to prevent casino in Pope County (6/2/2020)
(Arkansas) -- I reported Sunday the formation of a group to attempt to place a constitutional amendment on the November ballot to prevent a casino in Pope County.
article And speaking of petitions: Another casino amendment is in the works (5/28/2020)
(Arkansas) -- The federal court ruling easing some restrictions on ballot petitions likely will encourage others in the field with proposals. For example, a new casino...
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AIM

article BLOG: The Rebirth of Red Power (6/1/2020)
(Indian Country) -- On an early November morning in 1969, Richard Oakes, shirtless but with his boots still strapped on, leaped off the side of the three-masted boat...
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Muscogee Creek

article Exiled to Indian Country: Muscogee (Creek) Nation (5/27/2020)
(Indian Country) -- “Our language and ways are from where our strength comes,” said Dana Tiger, an artist and registered Muscogee tribal citizen. The...
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Atlantic City Gaming

article Decline In Atlantic City Casino Profits In First Quarter Bodes Poorly (5/26/2020)
(Atlantic City) -- The epic disaster that will be the Atlantic City casino industry’s 2020 second-quarter profits compared to the same period in 2019 already was a...
article BLOG: Why so many decks? (4/13/2020)
(Atlantic City) -- A shuffle through the Gaming mailbag: Q. I don’t live in one of the legal online gambling states, so I’ve just been playing a little here...
article BLOG: Will comp dollars and cashback expire during the shutdown? (3/31/2020)
(Atlantic City) -- I have comp dollars and cashback expiring during the time the Atlantic City casinos are temporarily closed. Will I lose these?
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Online Gaming

article LSR Q+A: Phenix CMO Says Latency Costs Sportsbook Operators Billions In Handle (5/21/2020)
(Internet) -- The lack of low-latency streaming in sports betting causes billions in lost handle, according to Jed Corenthal of Phenix. Corenthal, the chief marketing...
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PASPA Decision

article Get A Grip: On The Death Of PASPA Two Years Later, Sports Betting And Sports Things (5/15/2020)
(USA) -- It’s information overload everywhere, and there’s not time enough to sleep and eat and stay fully apprised of what’s happening on this crazy blue dot of ours (...
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Sheldon Adelson

article BLOG: Papa Adelson’s Emerging Tawdry Ties to the CIA (5/15/2020)
(Worldwide) -- What’s worse than a Sheldon Adelson bankrolling President Trump’s 2016 election, leading to big payoffs for him in U.S.-Israeli policy and his own people...
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N.J. Sports Betting

press release Examining The Biggest Issue In NJ Sports Betting Law With Senator Lesniak (5/14/2020)
(New Jersey) -- The entire sports landscape has been flipped on its head for an undetermined amount of time due to the COVID-19 outbreak across the United States and as...
article BLOG: With DGE Approval, New Jersey Joins Table Tennis Betting Craze (3/27/2020)
(New Jersey) -- Just days after New Jersey sports bettors, who were scanning the globe for competitions to wager on in the wake of the global COVID-19 pandemic, lost out...
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Enbridge Pipeline

article BLOG: After years of preparation, water protectors turn to Minnesota’s Line 3 Pipeline as their next target of resistance (5/11/2020)
(Minnesota) -- Last August, I spent a week on the White Earth reservation in Minnesota, where the indigenous Anishinaabe people are mounting a powerful campaign to...
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Virginia Gaming

article BLOG: Gov. Northam Approves VA Sports Betting Bills After Amendments (4/29/2020)
(Virginia) -- Virginia sports betting will now be enacted into law beginning July 1, 2020, after the recommended amendments requested by Governor Ralph Northam were...
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California Sports Betting

article Legal Sports Betting In California (4/19/2020)
(California) -- Legal sports betting in California is coming, but questions remain as to when exactly that will happen and who will be in control of it once it’s...
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DOI

article BLOG: Ethics chief found a 'bit of the Wild West' — transcript (4/16/2020)
(Washington D.C.) -- Interior Department ethics honcho Scott de la Vega needed to restore order when he took office in April 2018. Entering what he called the "land...
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Macau Gaming

article BLOG: Macao Is Now the Focus for Casino Giants (4/15/2020)
(Macau) -- A 79.7% drop in gambling revenue in the world's largest gambling market (Macao) is rarely seen as a good thing, but there are some small signs of hope for...
article BLOG: Macau has a Guangdong problem (4/1/2020)
(Macau) -- Macau casino stocks are lower in early trading after gross gaming revenue fell 79.7% in the gambling mecca during March vs. -79.5% consensus.
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Mashpee Wampanoag

article Locals fighting Mashpee tribal casino keep winning in court despite political opposition (4/8/2020)
(Massachusetts) -- Sen. Bernard Sanders has built his career siding with the little guy, but as far as Michelle Littlefield is concerned, he picked the wrong underdog...
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Connecticut Online

article BLOG: Connecticut Governor dismisses tribal online gaming legalization plea (4/6/2020)
(Connecticut) -- Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont (pictured) has reportedly dismissed a plea that he should use his emergency powers to unilaterally grant the state...
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COVID-19

article BLOG: The Day March Madness Died: What’s A Sportsbook To Do Without Sports? (3/19/2020)
(Internet) -- It’s been awhile since I’ve written a column, but you know the saying “there is no time like the present?” These are clearly...
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DraftKings

article The Oral History Of The First DraftKings Sports Betting Championship (3/19/2020)
(Internet) -- Thursday, March 19 was the scheduled start date of the four-day 2020 DraftKings Sports Betting Spring Championship. It was to have a $1.5 million...
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Food Sovereignty

article BLOG: Six tips for hosting a food summit (3/16/2020)
(Indian Country) -- A food summit is an opportunity for people working in different parts of the food system to come together for a “state of our local food system...
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Other News

article BLOG: New Mexico Personal Injury Attorneys List Common Tribal Law Cases (6/25/2020)
(New Mexico) -- The New Mexico personal injury attorneys at Parnall & Adams Law released a blog listing out the most common tribal law cases. These cases can be...
article LSR Q+A: Cashless Gaming Speeds Up As Casinos Reopen (6/23/2020)
(Las Vegas) -- The coronavirus pandemic interrupted business for casinos and sportsbooks, but it also accelerating digital transformation in the industry. That’s...
article Despite hardships and racism, Native Americans find hope during pandemic (6/18/2020)
(Kentucky) -- A timely and sometimes painful discussion on the impact of COVID-19 and racism on Native Americans ended on a hopeful note Tuesday, with a panelist...
article BLOG: Cal-Berkeley called out for sitting on tribal artifacts (6/12/2020)
(California) -- The University of California system — including the liberal campus in Berkeley — has been called out for inconsistency and delay in...
article June 12: SportsHandle: that was the week that was in US sports betting (6/12/2020)
(USA) -- The Illinois Gaming Board approved seven casinos for Master Sports Wagering licenses Thursday, moving the Land of Lincoln another step closer to having mobile...
article Indian/Native American Slavery, An Unspoken History (5/26/2020)
(North Carolina) -- Sharon Holland, associate professor of English, African-American studies, and women’s studies at Duke University, spoke at Cornell April 28,...
article Regulation round-up: Italy's tax increase, sports betting exempt from Swedish restrictions (5/26/2020)
(Worldwide) -- The Italian Government has approved a temporary tax on sports betting turnover, as the nation attempts to recover from the coronavirus outbreak. The...
article BLOG: Today’s Google Doodle ‘Lotería’ Is The Perfect Cinco De Mayo Game (5/5/2020)
(Internet) -- For the past few days, Google has been giving everyone a little something to kill time with by re-releasing past Google Doodle games. I’ve caught a...
article BLOG: Portugal Internet Gaming Revenue Up In First Quarter (5/4/2020)
(Portugal) -- Internet gambling in Portugal with both casino and sports betting platforms combined have had an increase in revenue for their first quarter, seeing a...
article BLOG: Illegal gambling could be behind your trip to Paraguay (4/30/2020)
(Paraguay) -- Almost two months after the ex’s Barcelona was arrested in Paraguay for carrying a “adulterated document”, many continue to wonder what...
article VIDEO: The Native Americans That Changed Football Forever (4/28/2020)
(Internet) -- Barstool Sports offers a cartoon clip introducing the students of the Carlisle Indian School who changed the game of football.
article 'EXILED TO INDIAN COUNTRY' — Part 8 (4/21/2020)
(Indian Country) -- The Alabama Quassarte Tribal Town has its roots in Alabama. In the 1830s and 1840s the tribe was forcibly relocated to Oklahoma under the Indian...
article SBC Digital Summit Panel Preview: Sportsbook CEO Talks eSports, Coronavirus Challenges, Lessons (4/21/2020)
(USA) -- A little over one year after taking over as the chief executive for the Malta-based online sports betting and casino gaming operator Interwetten, 28-year-old...
article BLOG: History of casinos from the 17th century to the 21st (4/15/2020)
(Worldwide) -- Casino games started in European countries before entering into the US. The first casino house was called Ridotto in 1637 in the amazing Venice. The...
article BLOG: American Politicians Who Own Casinos (3/30/2020)
(USA) -- It won’t be entirely wrong to say that politics and gambling rock the same boat in the society. They both have to do with strategic calculations, odds...
article BLOG: 5 Pieces Of Good Gambling News To Read Right Now (3/24/2020)
(USA) -- Amongst the backdrop of a global pandemic and the uncertainty currently plaguing the casino industry, there are a few bright spots to be had. Yes, a majority of...
article These are the most expensive hotel suites in the world (3/11/2020)
(Worldwide) -- What would you expect from a hotel room that costs per night the equivalent of deposit on a not unreasonably sized house? 24-hour butler service? A...
article BLOG: PlayUSA Rewind: Coronavirus Slamming Major Vegas, Macau Casino Stocks (3/10/2020)
(USA) -- The country has quickly fallen into a panic as the coronavirus continues to spread. Shoppers are cleaning out stores while wrapped head to toe in plastic;...
article BLOG: Protecting the Earth, Protecting Ourselves: Stories from Native America (3/9/2020)
(Indian Country) -- Over the next two months, NPQ, in partnership with the First Nations Development Institute (First Nations), will publish on a weekly basis a series...
article BLOG: Problem Gambling Awareness Month is here (3/9/2020)
(Atlantic City) -- March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month, a grassroots campaign that depends on organizations like the Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey (...

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