Gambling has a long and storied history in the United States, from the early days of colonial settlements to the glitzy casinos of today. While gambling was once largely prohibited across the nation, the landscape has evolved over time.
A qualified sports journalist, James is more than familiar with all aspects of the gambling world. At The Curious Gambler, James is keen to delve deeper into what makes this billion-dollar industry tick and offer up some well-learned advice along the way.
Through increased commercialization across media and sports, the online sports betting industry is increasing its popularity
Monkey Knife Fight, a pioneer in the daily fantasy sports (DFS) space owned by Bally’s, has announced plans to shutter the company after five years
Following on from the Covid-19 pandemic, commercial gaming revenue achieved over $60 billion for the first time ever but questions have arisen about the ethics of gambling’s recent advertising bombardment
This year’s iteration of the Super Bowl was the first to be played in a state where sports gambling is legal and analysis of early data indicates that it was a record-breaking day for sportsbooks across the United States.
Studies have identified the differences in gambling behavior between men and women. We can now answer, do women win more than men, or are men likely to take more risks and does our gender dictate our gambling behavior?