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The Department of Justice (DOJ) has extended the compliance period for its new opinion of the Wire Act by another 60 days—giving some much needed…
Wire Act Window Extended

The DOJ has extend the compliance period by a further 60 days, giving igaming companies extra time to bring their operations in line with the new interpretation of the Wire Act.


Recently proposed changes to the UK's Licensing Conditions and Codes of Practice (LCCP) will have a direct impact on how licensed operators offer online poker.
Regulation Insight

October figures for European regulated markets, proposed licensing condition changes that would impact online poker, questions about the Dutch Remote Gambling bill and more.


Bet365 face Bulgarian court, Gala Coral hit with UK fine. NYX revenue doubles, Unibet reports revenue high.
Industry Insight

Bet365, Unibet, NYX, Gala Coral, Sky, Caesars and more.


Full Tilt is to become a skin on PokerStars, with the FTP software and platform to be retired. iPoker to spread Six Plus Hold'em variant.
Poker Room Insight

Full Tilt, PokerStars, MPN, iPoker, Winamax and more.


The Italian regulator AAMS has complained about the continuing operations of Dollaro Poker following police raids which charged that several skins on the network were controlled by Italian organized crime families.
Regulation Insight

Russia, Spain, Germany, Italy and more.


Cash game traffic statistics for Dollaro Poker currently show the network managing to fill an average of 512 seats despite last month’s raids and arrests conducted by the Italian police.
Even After Raids by the Italian Police, Dollaro Poker Maintains High Levels of Cash Game Traffic

The regulator AAMS is frustrated by its inability to shut down unregulated online poker sites targeting Italian customers.


19 members states in the EEA sign igaming cooperation agreement. The UKGC releases the first market figures following the introduction of the POC taxation system.
Regulation Insight

Big news from the UK, Portugal, the Netherlands and more in this week’s summary of regulatory updates in the online gaming industry.


Last month, New York State Senator John Bonacic announced that he would be modifying his bill to tax and regulate online poker, but he remained committed to the $10 million license fee.
Online Poker in New York: A Revenue Analysis Based on the New Jersey Experience

A poker-only New York market is likely to disappoint the state’s tax collectors.


Las Vegas Sands has ended it lobbying efforts in Florida. Payment processing for igaming in New Jersey got a boost last week when it was announced that WSOP.com and 888 New Jersey have both added the services of PayPal.
US Insight

Florida, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, RAWA and daily fantasy sports.


The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission has officially declared Bitcoin a commodity. Online gaming may still be alive in the Keystone State according to reports.
US Insight

California, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and more.


A measure to temporarily disallow any more states from passing online gaming legislation until a federal study on the impact of internet gambling can be completed has been rumored to be in the works.
US Insight

Online poker news was made this week in California, Nevada and New Jersey.


The American Gambling Association has initiated a campaign aimed at stopping illegal gambling. The state of Pennsylvania held a hearing on Thursday to debate the merits of passing online gaming legislation in the state.
US Insight

California, Florida, Nevada, New Jersey and Pennsylvania all make headlines this week.


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