Bill Ordine

Bill Ordine
Bill Ordine was a reporter and editor in news and sports for the Philadelphia Inquirer and Baltimore Sun for 25 years, and was a lead reporter on a team that was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Breaking News. Bill started reporting on casinos and gaming shortly after Atlantic City’s first gambling halls opened and wrote a syndicated column on travel to casino destinations for 10 years. He covered the World Series of Poker for a decade and his articles on gaming have appeared in many major U.S. newspapers, such as the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Miami Herald and others.
Permanent Sportsbook Opens in DC Arena; More to Come Across US
Permanent Sportsbook Opens in DC Arena; More to Come Across US
The permanent William Hill sportsbook that opened Wednesday in D.C's Capital One Arena is the first...
Bally’s Launches its Mobile Sports Betting App in Colorado
Bally’s Launches its Mobile Sports Betting App in Colorado
Bally Bet, the mobile app from Bally's Corp., has made its debut in Colorado with plans for three mo...
Sportradar Teams Up With Ravens, Jets in Marketing Deals
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Sportradar Teams Up With Ravens, Jets in Marketing Deals
No longer providing the NFL's official data, Sportradar is partnering with two NFL teams to help the...
DC April Sports Betting Handle Sees 30% Decline From March
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DC April Sports Betting Handle Sees 30% Decline From March
Retail sports betting, through William Hill, easily outpaces online sports betting, through the DC L...
Next Steps After Maryland Sports Betting Signed Into Law
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Next Steps After Maryland Sports Betting Signed Into Law
With the signature of Gov. Larry Hogan, sports betting is legal in Maryland. The state will now be a...
Rush Street Posts Strong Q1 Revenue, Emphasizes Online Casino
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Rush Street Posts Strong Q1 Revenue, Emphasizes Online Casino
Rush Street Interative points to online casino play as a catalyst for its strong first quarter numbe...
In 3 Years Since PASPA Ruling, Legal Betting Transforms Sports
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In 3 Years Since PASPA Ruling, Legal Betting Transforms Sports
As the three-year anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court overturning the Professional and Amateur Spo...
Q&A With Joe Brennan on 3-Year Anniversary of PASPA Ruling
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Q&A With Joe Brennan on 3-Year Anniversary of PASPA Ruling
A key lobbyist behind the effort to overturn PASPA, Joe Brennan, talks with Gambling.com about what...
Rush Street Revenue Projection Indicates 1st Quarter Growth
Rush Street Revenue Projection Indicates 1st Quarter Growth
When earnings are released Thursday, Rush Street Interactive should have a strong first quarter, a G...
DraftKings 1st-Quarter 2021 Revenue Exceeds Expectations
DraftKings 1st-Quarter 2021 Revenue Exceeds Expectations
Online gambling company DraftKings had better-than-expected revenue increases in the year’s first qu...
Penn National’s Strategy: Keep Appealing to Younger Crowd
Penn National’s Strategy: Keep Appealing to Younger Crowd
The Penn National playbook looks like this: Attract a younger demographic, spend less than the compe...
Could Nevada Take Next Step And Add Online Casino Gaming?
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Could Nevada Take Next Step And Add Online Casino Gaming?
The Nevada Gaming Control Board will hold a work session next week to discuss online casino gaming.
Making Sense of Tax Laws That Are Stacked Against Gamblers
Making Sense of Tax Laws That Are Stacked Against Gamblers
The 2017 tax reform (technically known as the Tax Cut and Jobs Act, or TCJA) really underscored the...
Nevada Sees 15.7% Increase in March Sports Betting Handle
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Nevada Sees 15.7% Increase in March Sports Betting Handle
For March, the total sports betting handle in Nevada, for both retail sportsbooks and online sports...
NY and Florida Have Sports Betting Deals, But Drawbacks Remain
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NY and Florida Have Sports Betting Deals, But Drawbacks Remain
New York and Florida have reached sports betting deals, but based on details that have emerged it ma...
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