Lawmakers were a floor vote away from passing legalized New York sports betting in 2018. In 2019, odds are favorable that it will be one of the next states.
One council member in Niagara Falls believes Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s offer to help the city close a multi-million-dollar budget gap is nothing more than smoke and mirrors. “I’m glad he is giving us this money but it’s stickily an …
Outstanding debts aside, New York casinos are slowly becoming more profitable while they wait for regulatory progress toward legal sports betting.
Newly relaxed NFL sponsorship rules reportedly have the New York Jets shopping around for a casino partner, and they may not need to look far.
Taking the baton from Sen. Orrin Hatch, Sen. Chuck Schumer is working to push a league-friendly framework for federal sports betting legislation.
Just like the rest of its New York casino competition, Resorts World Catskills is going to fall far short of its revenue projections for the year.
Panel discussions at a gaming conference in Saratoga Spring reveal the rift among state officials and stakeholders preparing for New York sports betting.
Discussions on legalizing New York sports betting could heat up as a side effect of the landmark NBA and MGM partnership.
Real-estate developer and del Lago owner Wilmorite is looking for a state bailout for another of its projects, a mall in Monroe Couny.
DraftKings and del Lago have inked a deal that gives the large daily fantasy sports company a placeholder for the NY sports betting market.