The Hoosier State doesn’t have to worry about a dip in sports gambling activity as it sets another record in January.
The Indiana Gaming Commission is set to yank the casino license held by former Spectacle Entertainment CEO Rod Ratcliff.
The Cherokee voted down a protest of 56-44, but not without an hour of debate.
A judge gives the former politician a break for coming clean.
The latest state to push for online poker could be trying to do so at the perfect time.
The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians have internal strife after their deal to buy the Caesars Indiana Casino for $250 million.
A Senator-led bill wants to allow the organizations to use video gaming terminals as a way to recuperate funds.
Betting markets in Indiana, Iowa and West Virginia post solid growth in November while lottery-based ops in Oregon and Delaware slip.
Gaming regulators in the state have extended a deadline for the casino operator to release one of its properties.
The Indiana Gaming Commission began investigating alleged improprieties at Spectacle Entertainment earlier this year.