Betting sites are seeing record numbers of bettors pouring millions of dollars into online platforms.
The raucous 2016 U.S. presidential election is on track to notch another distinction: the most wagered-upon political event ever.
Hillary Clinton has an 85 percent chance of winning the U.S. presidential election, at least according to two prominent U.K. betting companies.
Japan could finally pass a long-awaited bill with the potential to transform the country into an international gaming destination.
James Packer, the majority owner of Crown Resorts, says he's concerned for employees detained in China for "gambling crimes."
Crown says it's been unable to speak to the workers, including the head of its international high-roller business.
Donald Trump's his friend and fellow billionaire Carl Icahn closed the casino on Monday, making it the 5th casualty of Atlantic City's casino crisis.
The November election outcome could trigger renewed volatility in financial markets, but should investors bother to do anything about it?
CNBC's Susan Li reports on the opening of The Parisian, Sheldon Adelson's newest casino venture in Macau.
As the Macau gaming market begins to stabilize, is there enough appetite for another new casino?
CNBC's Susan Li takes a closer look at Steve Wynn's new $4 billion casino in Macau.
CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin takes a look at beating the odds in Vegas on the Olympics games.
Despite having known Donald Trump for over 30 years, Steve Wynn is surprised at the level of discourse this election.
"Halftime Report" trader Jon Najarian explains why he is seeing strong bullish buying in Boyd Gaming.
Discussing the pros and cons of legalizing online poker with Rev. James Butler, California Coalition Against Gambling Expansion, and Jason Somerville, professional poker player.
Carl Icahn said he lost $100 million on the Trump Taj Mahal's failure. But he can make some back at the Tropicana.
Powerball officials say just one winning ticket will claim the eighth-largest jackpot in US history.
Powerball officials say one ticket sold in New Hampshire matches all six numbers in the Powerball drawing worth $487 million.
If a single ticket wins, it will be worth $341.7 million in a lump-sum payment, before federal taxes.
If a winning ticket is drawn on Saturday, the winner could cash out with a payout of roughly $330-million.