Gambling Stocks List

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Gambling Stocks Recent News

Date Stock Title
Sep 30 DKNG Detroit's Casino Showdown: Workers Roll the Dice On A Strike Amid Industry Turmoil
Sep 29 DKNG S&P 500 Could Reach All-Time High in 2024, Says J.P. Morgan Strategist — Here Are 2 Top Stocks to Bet on It
Sep 29 DKNG Dow Jones Rallies 200 Points On Cool Inflation Data; Nike Surges On Earnings
Sep 29 RSI Top 4 Tech And Telecom Stocks That May Rocket Higher This Quarter
Sep 29 RSI Top 4 Consumer Stocks That May Fall Off A Cliff
Sep 28 DKNG DraftKings (DKNG) Launches Its Online Sportsbook in Kentucky
Sep 28 DKNG Dow Jones Reverses After Jobless Claims, Weak GDP; CarMax Dives On Earnings
Sep 28 AGS PlayAGS (AGS) Boosts Offerings in Two New Jurisdictions
Sep 28 RSI Top 4 Utilities Stocks You'll Regret Missing This Quarter
Sep 28 SCPL Top 3 Tech And Telecom Stocks That Should Keep You Up At Night
Sep 28 RSI Top 3 Tech And Telecom Stocks That Should Keep You Up At Night
Sep 27 DKNG Miami Dolphins, Tua Tagovailoa Move Up Sports Betting Odds After 3-0 Start, 70-Point Game: A Look At Updated Payouts
Sep 27 DKNG Dow Jones Falls After Key Economic Data; Costco Rallies On Earnings
Sep 27 DKNG Is DraftKings a Must-Own Growth Stock?
Sep 27 AGS AGS to Offer its High-Performing, Chart-Leading Products to Two New Jurisdictions
Sep 27 RSI Top 4 Real Estate Stocks That Are Set To Fly In September
Sep 27 DKNG Want Better Returns? Don't Ignore These 2 Consumer Discretionary Stocks Set to Beat Earnings
Sep 27 DKNG DraftKings will start taking bets in Kentucky on September 28
Sep 27 RSI Top 2 Materials Stocks That May Implode This Quarter
Sep 27 DKNG DraftKings to Launch Online Sportsbook in Kentucky on September 28

Gambling is the wagering of money or something of value (referred to as "the stakes") on an event with an uncertain outcome, with the primary intent of winning money or material goods. Gambling thus requires three elements be present: consideration, risk (chance), and a prize. The outcome of the wager is often immediate, such as a single roll of dice, a spin of a roulette wheel, or a horse crossing the finish line, but longer time frames are also common, allowing wagers on the outcome of a future sports contest or even an entire sports season.
The term "gaming" in this context typically refers to instances in which the activity has been specifically permitted by law. The two words are not mutually exclusive; i.e., a "gaming" company offers (legal) "gambling" activities to the public and may be regulated by one of many gaming control boards, for example, the Nevada Gaming Control Board. However, this distinction is not universally observed in the English-speaking world. For instance, in the United Kingdom, the regulator of gambling activities is called the Gambling Commission (not the Gaming Commission). The word gaming is used more frequently since the rise of computer and video games to describe activities that do not necessarily involve wagering, especially online gaming, with the new usage still not having displaced the old usage as the primary definition in common dictionaries.
Gambling is also a major international commercial activity, with the legal gambling market totaling an estimated $335 billion in 2009. In other forms, gambling can be conducted with materials which have a value, but are not real money. For example, players of marbles games might wager marbles, and likewise games of Pogs or Magic: The Gathering can be played with the collectible game pieces (respectively, small discs and trading cards) as stakes, resulting in a meta-game regarding the value of a player's collection of pieces.

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