Posted on: December 6, 2023, 12:58h.
Last updated on: December 6, 2023, 12:58h.
Battle lines are being drawn over the prospect of bringing internet casinos to Maryland.
After an iGaming bill failed to advance earlier this spring, expectations are rising that the issue could again find itself on the agenda when the state legislature reconvenes in the New Year. There are signs of growing public support to be able to play poker, slots or roulette on their laptops or cell phones, but union officials in the state are sounding the alarm that iGaming would lead to lost jobs at the state’s six casinos.
Meanwhile, a recent state-commissioned report found that iGaming would quickly become a nearly billion-dollar industry.