Top Casino News

  • February 13, 2018

    It was a busy week of news in the casino world as it looks like another American state is moving closer to legalizing sports betting in casinos. That’s where we’ll start our weekly roundup of the news: 

    West Virginia Takes Big Step Toward Legalization

  • February 13, 2018

    It was a week of big wins on the poker circuit ranging from Europe to the United States. We’ll start our weekly recap of this week’s top poker headlines in the Czech Republic: 

    Antonius Claims partypoker Millions Super High Roller Event

    Patrik Antonius came out on top at the partypoker Millions Germany Super High Roller event this past week. The event, which was held at the King’s Casino in the Czech Republic, had a buy-in of over $30,000. That led to a grand prize of $520,430 for Antonius for this live-streamed event. 

  • February 13, 2018

    The NCAA Tournament is exactly one month away as the First Four tips off on March 13. The field is about as wide open as it has been in years as there isn’t one clear-cut favorite for the title. Let’s take a closer look at the betting odds and see who is the best bet to win March Madness. 

  • February 08, 2018

    The casino world was rocked this week as Steve Wynn, one of the biggest names in the gambling business, stepped down as CEO of his company. We’ll start there as we recap the relevant casino news of the week: 

    Wynn Steps Down As CEO

    It was recently revealed that billionaire casino mogul Steve Wynn has found himself in hot water due to sexual misconduct allegations. There has been a firestorm of media coverage and a number of people calling for him to step aside. He did exactly that on Wednesday, stepping down as CEO of Wynn Resorts. 

  • February 07, 2018

    This week’s poker news starts off with a big celebrity joining the PokerStars family and then follows up with a couple of big wins in the Aussie Millions and the U.S. Poker Open. Here is a closer look at this week’s poker headlines: 

    Kevin Hart Opens Up Poker School

  • February 06, 2018

    The NBA season is approaching the all-star break but a significant date before then is this Thursday’s trade deadline. There could be a few teams willing to take a big swing on the market as everyone is trying to track down the favorites, the Golden State Warriors. 

  • February 01, 2018

    It was a busy week of news in the poker world headlined by a couple of key partnership announcements from Poker Central. That’s where we’ll start our weekly roundup of the news:

    NBC Sports Group Expands Relationship With Poker Central

  • January 30, 2018

    It was a busy week for casino headlines around the world as one of the biggest magnates in the business saw his brand take a tumble. Steve Wynn of Wynn Resorts was accused of sexual misconduct and shares of his company tumbled. That wasn’t the only bad news for Wynn, though, as he could have some bigger problems to deal with as a result. Here’s a look at the latest casino headlines from around the world:

    Massachusetts To Review Wynn Boston License Amid Allegations

  • January 30, 2018

    The Super Bowl matchup is set as the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles will go head-to-head in Super Bowl 52. While fans for both teams prepare for their clash in the biggest game of them all, fans from other teams will look forward to the game with a greater focus on the entertainment value of the event. There are literally hundreds of prop bets available online for the Super Bowl, including some staples that should be popular bets for everyone who is interested in watching the event this Sunday.

  • January 29, 2018

    Super Bowl 52 pits the No. 1 seeds in each conference against each other. However, the quarterback matchup is not the one we expected. Of course, Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are back but few expected the Philadelphia Eagles to survive. They lost star quarterback Carson Wentz to a season-ending injury late in the year but journeyman Nick Foles has stepped in and done enough to get the team to this point. Let’s take a closer look at this unlikely matchup of signal-callers and the props surrounding the two quarterbacks.