The gaming sector's mass market is performing best, while the VIP segment is seeing "choppiness," says Grant Govertsen of Union Gaming Group. That's why Las Vegas Sands, a "mass-market juggernaut," is a safe way to play the market, he says.
Britain's biggest gambling firms have voluntarily agreed to a TV ad blackout running from "whistle-to-whistle" during soccer matches.
"The Match" between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson is a one-round winner-takes-all Las Vegas golf event being staged Friday.
CEO Matthew Maddox says earnings since China's seven-day Golden Week holiday have been "choppy" during weekdays and "sporadic" on the weekends.
The midterm election produced a big win for Disney and the Seminole Tribe of Florida, which owns the Hard Rock brand, as an anti-casino amendment they backed was approved by voters.
CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports on the International Game Technology stock surging on news of a strong forecast.
Gary Bettman, NHL Commissioner, and Jim Murren, MGM Resorts chairman and CEO, join 'Squawk Alley' to discuss the NHL's and MGM Resorts' new sports betting partnership, the first for the hockey league.
Depending on whether a winner claims the prize in late 2017 or early 2018, different tax rules apply.
The two winning ticket holders — one in Iowa, one in New York — will fork over more than 45 percent in taxes for their half of the $687.8 Powerball haul.
If someone wins the $750 million Powerball jackpot in Saturday night's drawing, they might have a hard time shielding their identity.
After three months of no jackpot winners, a single ticket sold in South Carolina matched all six numbers in Tuesday night's Mega Millions drawing.
The winner beat odds of 1 in 302.5 million.
If you hit the jackpot in either Mega Millions or Powerball, you can count on paying 37 percent on your income to the IRS, along with state taxes unless you live where lottery wins are untaxed.
The Mega Millions jackpot now stands at $1.6 billion — the largest in U.S. lottery history — after no one hit all winning numbers Friday night.
The start of the NFL and NCAA football seasons nearly tripled sports wagering revenue for New Jersey sportsbooks in September after a slow start following legalization in the state over the summer.
The Mega Millions jackpot has reached $900 million. We have tips on what to do should you actually win.
If you happen to beat the astronomical odds against winning the Mega Millions jackpot, you should keep your win under wraps as much as possible, experts say.
The chance that one ticket has all the winning numbers in either game is pretty slim. The odds against winning both are astronomical.
Between the two lottery games, there's nearly $1 billion in prize money up for grabs.
If you hit either jackpot in the next drawing, several big decisions await you, including how and when to claim your windfall and whether to quit your job.