As Las Vegas-style casinos upstate continue construction, the New York City area will get another gambling facility when a slots parlor opens in December.
Three years after voters approved casino gambling, the Las Vegas-style casinos in upstate New York seem to be on schedule to begin taking bets soon.
Tioga Downs finally got its casino license when the New York State Gaming Commission recently voted on the matter.
DraftKings, FanDuel and several other daily fantasy sports operators recently returned to action in New York after a year of legal uncertainty.
The fight to have new casinos built in northern New Jersey isn’t just an internal battle anymore, as New York is getting involved.
Stop Predatory Gambling is considering a legal challenge to a New York law enacted to legalize daily fantasy sports in the state this summer.
New York may try to pass a sports betting law in 2017, a direct affront to a federal law that bans such wagering in the vast majority of states.
The planned del Lago Resort & Casino in New York announced it has partnered with Scientific Games Corporation to provide casino systems solutions.
New commercial casino licenses issued by New York state resulted in more than $30 million being paid to a variety of counties and municipalities in upstate.