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Revenue from online poker in New Jersey dipped slightly in October on a year-over-year basis. On a sequential basis, October was the third consecutive month that the overall market declined.
Market Monitor: New Jersey October 2019

Revenue from online poker in New Jersey dipped slightly in October on a year-over-year basis, according to figures…


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Caesars will continue to manage The Rio for the next two years and pay annual rent of $45 million. At the end of this time and by request of Imperial Companies, Caesars may continue to manage The Rio.
Caesars Finally Sells The Rio; WSOP Stays Put for 2020

Imperial Companies, a New York real estate, development and investment firm has bought The Rio All-Suites Hotel and Casino for $516.3 million.


Online poker revenue in the state of New Jersey totaled $1.7 million for the month of August. The top operator in the market continued to be the online poker rooms operating under the Caesars license.
Market Monitor: New Jersey August 2019

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TSG gains the option to operate online gaming in nine states in which Penn owns or operates land-based casino facilities.
The Stars Group Expands US Market Access with Penn National Gaming Deal

TSG now has the potential to reach customers in up to 20 states.


Lance and Donnie recap the latest from the 2019 World Series of Poker Main Event. Day 2ab saw 2016 champion Qui Nguyen run up a stack, Allen Kessler build, and…
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The total value of the deal comes close to $18 billion. The new combined company will retain the Caesars name.
Eldorado-Caesars Merger to Create Largest US Gaming Company

The merger adds complexity to the future of the US sports betting market for William Hill and The Stars Group.


The World Series of Poker is perhaps the most recognizable brand in poker and its online poker room, WSOP.com, has become the premiere place to play poker on…
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