Maryland iGaming News

Maryland sports wagering generates $3.3 million in July
10 August 2023
The Old Line State's 10 retail and 11 mobile sportsbooks each contributed 15% of its taxable win toward public education programs.»
Maryland sports wagering turns in its best month in March
10 April 2023
Little America's 10 retail and eight mobile sportsbooks combined to generate a single-month record of $5,310,057 in contributions to the state.»
Gaming Innovation Group awarded licenses in Pennsylvania and Maryland
24 March 2023
The new licenses complement GiG’s established five year presence in the U.S. and existing licenses in New Jersey and Iowa.»
Maryland approves qualifications for three sports wagering applicants
23 March 2023
The Lottery and Gaming Control Commission accepted the applications for Veterans Services Corporation, Whitman Gaming, Inc., and iGamingCloud, Inc. »
Flutter finishes off 2022 strong, especially in the US
3 March 2023
Maryland and Ohio lead the way in the states for the online betting firm thanks in part to FanDuel’s success.»
Maryland online sports wagering launching at 9 a.m. tomorrow
22 November 2022
Governor Larry Hogan announced today that the state's mobile sports betting will begin early Wednesday, 23 November.»
Elys Game Technology reaches deal with Bookmakers, LLC
10 October 2022
Land-based sportsbook services will begin at the Top Hat Sports Bar & Grill in Parkville, Maryland, as a result of the agreement.»
This Week in Gambling: Online gambling and terrorism
10 January 2017
This week in gambling, after years of critics claiming the industry has links to terrorism, a Congressional report has been released on the subject. The two-year study sheds light on how internet gambling is linked to terrorist organizations. . . and not everyone will like what it says. »
Caesars sells part of interactive gaming subsidiary
4 April 2012
Caesars Entertainment sold an undisclosed percentage of its interactive gaming subsidiary to its partner in two Ohio casinos for $60.8 million, the company disclosed late Monday.»
Missouri man the latest to be charged under UIGEA
25 May 2010
A 51-year-old Missouri man has been charged with participating in the conduct of a gambling business and conspiracy to launder the proceeds of a gambling business by the U.S. District Court of Maryland.»