The long and tedious saga between the Seneca Nation of Indians and New York state has potentially ended. Last week, a three-person arbitration panel for the second time ordered the Seneca’s to pay $255 million in lapsed casino revenue-sharing payments. According to The Buffalo News, the same two-panel members who sided with the state in January said […]
Posted on: April 15, 2019 |
For the immediate future, New York residents will have to make do with retail sports betting only. On Monday, lawmakers failed to include mobile sports betting in the state’s $175 billion budget for the upcoming fiscal year. Despite the expansion of sports betting, Cuomo viewed the budget deal as “transformative.” He told the New York […]
Posted on: April 1, 2019 |
NY sports betting is coming. The NY State Gaming Commission formally posted rules and regulations to govern sports betting at the four commercial casinos.
Posted on: March 26, 2019 |
New York lawmakers continue negotiations with Gov. Andrew Cuomo in hopes of authorizing mobile sports betting in the state.
Posted on: March 18, 2019 |
The Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services hasn't taken an in-depth look at New York problem gambling programs since 2006.
Posted on: February 25, 2019 |
New York lawmakers might need to rethink budget alternatives following New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's recent announcement that state revenue is on the decline. That could include the legalization of online NY sports betting.
Posted on: February 19, 2019 |
Seneca Nations of Indians must continue revenue-sharing payments to NY after an arbitration ruling. How the $220 million will be paid is to be determined.
Posted on: January 16, 2019 |
Sen. Joseph Addabbo has introduced Senate Bill 17 to New York Legislature to allow sports betting at existing Empire State casinos.
Posted on: January 15, 2019 |
Gaming analysts say New York is the top market remaining where operators can still make money. Perhaps this is why Sheldon Adelson wants an NY casino?
Posted on: December 17, 2018 |
New York Assemblyman Gary Pretlow said he would give up his pursuit for online poker if it meant his constituents would be on board with sports betting.
Posted on: December 8, 2018 |