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IGT prevails in DOJ lawsuit; Wire Act only applies to sports betting
Lotteries and poker are not controlled by Wire Act A fight spanning more than a decade over varying interpretations of the Interstate Wire Act of 1961 may finally be reaching its end after a Rhode Island District Court judge ruled that the US Department of Justice must formally state that the law only applies to sports betting. The ruling, a significant victory for online poker in the US, was made in a November 2021 lawsuit filed by International Game Technology (IGT) against the DOJ in
Sep 24, 2022, 9:26 am - Todd - Lottery News

IGT prevails in DOJ lawsuit; Wire Act only applies to sports betting
Great job by the IGT keeping the lawsuit alive until the judge was able to rule. Just because someone says you are in no danger of being prosecuted does not mean they cannot change their mind. Having a court order to back yo u up lets everyone sleep better.
Sep 24, 2022, 3:12 pm - Mata Garbo - Lottery News

It's Delayed. They are making this look Strange.
They should have upgraded that Windows 95 computer Possible scenerio: Winning numbers drawn and winner(s) announced Lawsuit filed and injunction issued to hold jackpot funds until an thorough investigation is completed Powerball continues to collect interest on the $2.04 billion dollars
Nov 8, 2022, 10:13 am - duckman - Lottery Discussion Forum

Alabama Supreme Court finds that casinos are operating illegally
State will shut down casinos in question By Kate Northrop The Alabama Supreme Court on Friday ruled that several casinos in the state are to be shut down after they were found to be in violation of Alabama's gambling laws. Court case State v. Epic Tech, LLC came to a close with the Alabama Supreme Court's decision that casinos are operating illegally in the state. The Alabama Supreme Court found itself in agreement with the Attorney General's assertion that the Southern Star, Whi
Oct 4, 2022, 5:59 pm - Todd - Lottery News

A Woman suing MGM resorts claiming gamblers have been short changed
Michigan Woman Sues BetMGM Over $3M Glitch After Five-Day Roulette Session A Michigan woman who claims she spun an initial $50 stake into $11 million playing an online roulette game at BetMGM is suing the casino giant for failing to pay up. Jacqueline Davis during an interview with Fox 2. She told the reporter she never sleeps when she s winning. (Image: Fox 2) Jacqueline Davis, from Detroit, claims she played the Luck O Roulette fixed odds game at BetMGM for five days straight. By the
Sep 24, 2022, 7:54 pm - eddessaknight - Lottery Discussion Forum

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