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Where up-to-the-minute gaming news, delivered in real-time, is our only beat.

If you're publishing a newspaper, magazine, broadcast news or special-interest Internet site where accurate gaming information is important, this brand new, Internet-based newswire service is for you. And it's surprisingly affordable.

Gaming industry news coverage is a 21st century phenomena. Today, 48 of our 50 states have some form of legalized gambling. Covering this new business beat with relevant, to-the-point stories and articles can be a real challenge -- until now.

The GamingWire, a division of, has assembled a team of journalists and correspondents who understand the specialized gaming and casino beat. We've fielded a professional staff that includes an editor and reporter in Nevada, headquarters to most of the nation's leading gaming companies; a journalist covering gaming issues in Washington DC, and correspondents in other important gaming jurisdictions, including one of Atlantic City's most respected gaming writers; Mississippi, the upper midwest and California.

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  • Internet Gambling
  • Indian Gaming
  • Sports Betting
  • Racetracks
  • Riverboats
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  • Gaming-Related Technology
  • Emerging Markets
  • Governmental & Legal Issues
  • Industry Trends
  • Financial Issues


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    As a subscriber, you have three options for receiving the content.
    Full Service -- designed primarily for news organizations, includes daily budget summaries, upcoming stories, ready-for-publication articles, and important late-breaking news flashes. You can expect an average of 10 to 15 news stories each week, with an average length of 500 words.
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