A state audit released Monday raised questions about how the Maryland State Lottery and Gaming Control Agency distributed more than $700,000 in unclaimed video slots proceeds. That issue was among the five findings by the Office of Legislative Audits. The report also raised concerns about the security of the agency's computer network as well as its failure to publicly publish notification of the a[...]
Maryland Live Casino continues to dominate the state’s gambling landscape as overall revenue from casinos surged in May.
Maryland gambling regulators on Wednesday approved Maryland Live Casino at Arundel Mills mall's application to open a poker room, just hours before the Cordish Cos. casino plans to hold opening ceremonies.
Legalizing online lottery ticket sales might be one way to prevent the first year-over-year decrease in lottery ticket revenue in 15 years from turning into a trend.
It is no coincidence that the end of the Maryland lottery’s decade-and-a-half string of record sales came in the same year Maryland casinos really cashed in.
In the hyper-regulated realm of Maryland casino gambling, potential operators undergo extensive background checks well before the first bet is collected and, if selected, pay a tax on gamblers’ losses that ranks among the nation’s highest.
When Maryland Live Casino at Arundel Mills mall and Hollywood Casino Perryville were ready to shed slot machines from overcrowded gambling floors, they ran up against some resistance from Maryland's gambling regulators.
State regulators still expect to award a casino license to one of three applicants to operate a casino in Prince George's County, and the schedule for that process is starting to materialize.
Rocky Gap Casino Resort was given the OK to open its gambling operation to the public Wednesday, making it the fourth commercial casino to open in Maryland since September 2010.
House and Senate versions of Gov. Martin O'Malley's operating budget proposal attack the future of Internet lottery sales in different ways, potentially setting up a mini-showdown over the fate of iLottery.
The first games of black jack, poker and roulette will be played at Hollywood Casino Perryville Wednesday.
The last hurdle on the way to implementation of table games at Maryland casinos may be cleared by a General Assembly committee on Friday.