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Legal and regulatory change is either underway or proposed in several jurisdictions this week.
The founders of partypoker sold 50 million shares in advance of any possible sale of the company, scaring investors and taking the stock down over 7%.
Three month streak comes to an end as all three race tracks suffer double digit declines in online poker revenues.
Revenues from online casino games in April fell nearly 27%.
A good week in Pennsylvania, but threats arise in Germany.
For the second consecutive month Delaware Park carries online gaming in the state.
California, Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Texas make headlines this week.
Total igaming revenues up more than 8% on the month thanks to the performance of Delaware Park.
Online casino revenues drop more than 26%.
State politicians are getting back to work and sports betting is in the spotlight.
Small decreases in revenue leave figures relatively flat over holiday period.
In spite of the month on month rise in revenues, poker is down over 51% year on year.
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