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The Future of Sports Betting; Interview with AG Burnett – Pt II

Casino and Gambling News, May 30, 2018 By Lars Jones with additional reporting by K. Morrison This is part two of a two-part series wherein we interview AG Burnett, former…

The Future of Sports Betting; Interview with AG Burnett – Pt I

Casino and Gambling News, May 29, 2018 by Lars Jones and additional reporting by K. Morrison When New Jersey filed briefs with the Supreme Court on the future of sports betting last August, many…

Blockchain, Cryptocurrency in Nevada Topic of June 7 Panel

Northern Nevada Business View, May 28, 2018 RENO, Nev. — Blockchain-backed cryptocurrency transactions are experiencing a meteoric rise in popularity these days, and officials agree that Nevada has a once-in-a-generation…

Nevada’s Eldorado Resorts Becoming a Force in Regional Gaming

Las Vegas Review-Journal, May 26, 2018 By Richard N. Velotta High atop the list of gaming companies to keep an eye on is Eldorado Resorts, a Reno company that has…

States Need Realistic Expectations For Sports Betting

Law360, May 24, 2018 On May 14, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court entered its decision in the Murphy v. National Collegiate Athletic Association case removing the federal ban on sports…

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