All markets see slight growth this week, with seasonal recovery still far below gains of previous years.
A weekly review of the latest developments in gaming regulation in the US. This week: New Jersey, California and Delaware.
Amaya is an unlikely bidder, but Playtech may have a more realistic interest.
Big marketing issues of the week included the expanding impact of European regulators and the celebration of Delaware’s first anniversary.
Launches in the UK, Canada and California, DDoS attacks, PokerStars closes MTT and cash game loopholes while its 7 client progresses and more.
New gambling laws or even proposed laws are causing headaches for operators this week, although in the Himalayas, a first remote gaming license has been issued after a seven year wait.
Future deals may depend on the prospects for junk, ZIRP, QE and the price of butter.
One solution requires federal law changes, but a short-term single portal option could get off the ground much more quickly.
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