Christmas Eve is annually perhaps the worst sports day of the year in North America because the NHL and NBA always are dark on December 24 and the NFL usually is.
The continued push for expanded gambling in the state isn’t sitting well with New Mexico’s native tribes.
William Hill officially launched a sportsbook in New Mexico, marks the company’s first in the state.
New Mexico has lost a federal court case involving virtually all of the state’s native Indian tribes and a $60-million bill it wanted them to pay.
The sportsbook is being operated from the Hilton Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino through the partnership between NSBM, tribes and South Point Hotel Casino.
The board of the New Mexico Lottery Authority (NMLA) has approved the offering of a game connected to outcomes of sporting events.
District of Columbia and Illinois legislators hold hearing to talk about sports betting while New Mexico's Santa Ana Star casino starts taking wagers.
A New Mexico tribal casino plans to launch sports betting next week via deal with USBookmaking; Scientific Games acquires Don Best Sports.
Full House Resort's proposal for a New Mexico integrated resort includes casino and a racetrack with a 'Moving Grandstand' to keep fans engaged.
The feds have come knocking on the doors of the Pojoaque Pueblo tribe over the weekend, seizing a total of $10.1 million in gambling revenue.