September 2019: This case was stayed pending the resolution of a related case pending in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, Wilson v. Huuuge.

2015: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Churchill Downs Inc. for allegedly misrepresenting that its Big Fish Casino games are free to play when, according to plaintiffs, players need chips to play and, after they use all of the free chips given to first-time visitors, they need to purchase chips to continue playing the games. Plaintiffs also claim that the company violates Washington state law by operating its virtual casino and other online gambling games. (Plaintiffs filed an amended complaint in March 2019.) (Kater et al v. Churchill Downs Inc., Case No. 15-cv-612, W.D. Wash.)

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