VIP NHL Betting Capsules | After gaining a split in Canada and stealing home ice advantage in the process, the Vegas Golden Knights return home for Game 3 of the Western Conference finals and another go around with the Winnipeg Jets.view
VIP NHL Betting Capsules | The Washington Capitals look to move a step closer to a spot in the Stanley Cup finals when they host the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 3 of their Eastern Conference playoff set. The puck drops at 5 p.m.view
VIP The 3-2 Pitch | In recent weeks attention was paid to the seven teams considered the teams to beat in 2018. Several of the teams were – and remain – on a pace to greatly exceed their projected Season Win Totals while others are pretty much on target.view
VIP Bettin' On B-Ball | After a delay of several days the Eastern Conference Finals got underway Sunday as Boston humiliated Cleveland, 108-83, to take a 1-0 lead over the Cavaliers in their best of seven series.view
New Zealand gambling stakeholders are considering their efforts to curb problem gambling by expanding the use of facial recognition technology. The system monitors people entering gaming rooms and checks their face against a voluntary photo database.
A group of British racehorse owners and breeders are going into the pari-mutuel bookmaking business.Known as the Alizeti consortium, the group says it has reached an agreement to purchase a share of the Tote, a prominent UK horseracing bookmaking brand.
Las Vegas-based Wynn Resorts has chosen a Charlestown, Mass.-based custom luxury yacht builder to construct three “European-style, low-profile motor yachts” to transport passengers to and from its $2.5 billion Encore Boston Harbor gaming resort in Everett.
Players still take home major cash slot machine jackpots at Mississippi Coast casinos, but it's been years since one of those jackpots topped $1 million. Officially, it will be three years in October since a Florida woman, won $1.5 million at Biloxi’s IP Casino.
The New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen's Association has gone to court against the four major U.S. professional sports leagues and the NCAA, claiming the leagues cost Monmouth Park more than $130 million in lost revenue by obstructing legal sports betting.