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888 Holdings, the Gibraltar-based online gaming operator, last month announced that it has acquired the remaining interest in the All American Poker Network…
888 Buys Out All American Poker Network for $28 Million

Online gaming operator acquires remaining shares in All American Poker Network to facilitate the company’s future growth in the US market.


Online poker revenue dropped by 4% in 2016. While Delaware Park continued to garner the lion’s share of revenue in 2016, runner-up Dover Downs saw its share of revenue increase by nearly 7% over the course of the year.
Downward Trend Continues for Delaware Online Poker Revenue in 2016

Operators see big gains from online casino revenue.


Falling to its lowest point since October 2015, online poker revenues in the state of Delaware dropped more than 33% in October.
Delaware Online Poker Revenue Drops to Twelve Month Low

Falling to its lowest point since October 2015, online poker revenues in the state of Delaware dropped more than 33% in…


Dover Downs collected $19.4k at the online poker tables, the largest amount since May 2014. Revenue from online casino games dropped in September by 12.2%, the third consecutive month in decline.
Dover Downs Drives Rebound for Online Poker in Delaware

Following three consecutive months of declining revenue in Delaware, online poker operators saw proceeds from the…


The three racinos offering online poker generated a total of only $29,155 last month, the third waning month in a row.
Delaware Online Poker Fails to Recover from Summer Slow Period

A bad month for Dover Downs held back the start of the seasonal busy season.


Though revenue dropped 7% compared to the month prior, a year-on-year comparison shows that participation at online poker rooms in July 2016 was up nearly 20% and even exceeded the revenue total reported in July 2014.
Silver Lining in Down Month for Delaware Online Poker Operators

A 7% decline from June is overshadowed by the best July on record.


California online poker legislation is still far from making it into law. Lawmakers in Michigan will take the summer to consider online poker legislation.
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Helping reverse that trend was Dover Downs, which maintained a slim lead in market share by revenue.
Delaware Online Poker Posts Rare Year-On-Year Increase

According to figures released by the Delaware Lottery, online poker revenues in the state for the month of May…


Hearing on California bill scheduled for May 25. Esports meeting held in Nevada.
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The 12.7% month-on-month increase by Dover Downs coupled with the decline of Delaware Park was enough to give Dover Downs 50.3% of the overall online poker market.
Dover Downs Takes Over the Lead in Delaware Online Poker Revenue

Online casino and slots generate another record month.


New online gaming bill introduced in Michigan. New Jersey clarifies stance on black and grey market operations of its licensees.
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Online poker revenues in Delaware rose 32% in March reaching their highest level since May 2015. Year-on-year figures continued their mostly uninterrupted downward trend in the Diamond State with a 14.5% decrease from March 2015.
Delaware Online Poker Revenues Surge Ahead of Seasonal Downturn

If the pattern of online poker revenues in Delaware holds true, a good March signals the beginning of the low season.


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