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Top 10 states to open new sportsbooks

College football and the National Football League are a few weeks into their respective seasons, which makes for great timing to have new places for fans to place sports wagers.

SBTech powers first legal sports bet in Arkansas

The newly refurbished Oaklawn Racing Casino Resort is the first operator in the state to launch sports betting via its in-house venue, powered by SBTech.

Top 10 openings and expansions

Along with Encore Boston Harbor opening two weeks ago, we have seen several other resorts announce expansions and openings since our last edition back in April.

Casino City’s Friday Five: More US states pushing for sports betting edition

This week, we saw two more U.S. states making progress in legalizing sports betting, a jackpot in Las Vegas, another WSOP bracelet winner as the annual $10,000 Main Event kicks off, and a summer promotion at Intertops Casino Red.

Sports wagering debuts in Arkansas

Today, the first legal sports wager in Arkansas was placed at Oaklawn Racing Casino Resort by the casino's General Manager Wayne Smith.

VizExplorer to deliver technology to Oaklawn Park

Products licensed as part of an agreement include the VizExplorer Platform Stack to intelligently integrate, report and visualize the property's data sources, floorViz for slot floor optimization and campaignViz for marketing campaign management.

This Week in Gambling: Black Friday poker payments. . . after six years

Six years after the U.S. Department of Justice took down major online poker sites, many players are still waiting to have their deposit money returned. This week, it was announced that customers may not have to wait much longer for money from Absolute Poker and Ultimate Bet. Also, we look at stories from Mexico and the U.S. states of Illinois and Arkansas.

Palm Beach Kennel Club hosts 40th Arthur J. Rooney, Sr. St. Patrick's Day Invitational

The $50,000 event will take place on Saturday, March 12 with a post time of 4 p.m. Special activities for the afternoon include live Irish music and Irish food and drink specials.

On the table at Southland

The electronic, no-dealer version of poker moves the action along.

Southland Park announces $37 million casino expansion

Southland Park Gaming & Racing reveal a $37.4 million project planned for 2014 to once again expand its gaming and hospitality amenities.

Heard it on the river

My gut feeling is that 2013 will be a better year, not back to the salad days of yesteryear, but forward moving at least.

Arkansas boot casino measure from ballot

Arkansas boots casino question from ballot over technicality of ballot title being changed after signatures were collected.

Southland Park upgrades to the tune of $11 million

A surge of new customers prompted both the renovations and staying open 24 hours a day.

Heard It on the River: Glitz on the Mississippi

Rudi Schiffer looks at the replacement for the Lighthouse Casino and Jubilee Casino in Mississippi and announces his radio show is moving to a new station and time.

GoodTimes Radio moves to drive time

Rudi Schiffer's GoodTimes Radio show, which focuses on the gambling industry in the southern part of the U.S., is moving into drive time and will now be broadcast on Classic Country 1180 AM KXIQ.

Arkansas ballot initiative could bring seven casinos

A Texas businessman said casinos in seven Arkansas cities would generate millions of dollars and provide jobs to help the state’s economy.

Arkansas man placed on probabtion for operating poker room

News brief: Logan Wight Dungan pleaded no contest to a charge of keeping a gambling house and received three years probation.

Arkansas voters open state to lotteries

News brief: Lotteries had been banned in Arkansas since 1836 and revenue from them will help finance college scholarships.

Arkansas lottery amendment criticized

News Brief: Attorneys for Arkansas lottery foes are trying to paint an amendment as casino-prone as the Nov. 4 election draws nearer.

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