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British sportsbook provider William Hill wants to have a presence in “every state” in the United States, it has been revealed.
“Our Goal is to be in Every State” Says William Hill CEO

William Hill has revealed that it wants to create a “network of market access agreements” so it can offer sports betting in every US state.


After almost three years of delays, the Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma has finally launched a real-money online poker site called “Grey Snow Poker” through its Isle of Man gaming license.
Grey Snow Poker: New No-Rake Poker Site Charges 3% Fee When you Leave The Table

Operating under a novel flat fee system, Grey Snow Poker becomes the first Native American owned site to be granted an Isle of Man Gaming License.


When Hollywood Casino and William Hill launch their much anticipated sportsbook in the state of Pennsylvania—which could go live as early as November…
William Hill Seeks to “Normalize” Sports Bets Across Five US States

A recent partnership in Pennsylvania with Hollywood Casino is the latest move by William Hill in its efforts to establish a foothold in the emerging US sports betting market.


Alabama and Tennessee deem Daily Fantasy Sports illegal. Illinois online lottery ticket sales continue.
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Illinois, Iowa, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and more.


Mobile and social gaming developer Gaming Realms has entered an agreement with Pala Interactive that will result in its bingo games going live in New Jersey for real money.
US Insight

New daily fantasy sports regulations in Massachusetts, PokerStars launches in New Jersey, March Madness has Americans betting on sports again and much more.


Oklahoma tribe intends to launch online poker. Illinois AG says DFS is illegal under state law.
US Insight

Florida, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Illinois, California and more in this week’s summary of US igaming news.


House Oversight Committee holds RAWA hearing. $3 billion deal between Florida and the Seminoles.
US Insight

The latest in Daily Fantasy and RAWA, plus news from Colorado, Florida Iowa, Kentucky and more in this week’s summary of US igaming news.


A new report issued this week shows that if the state of Alabama approves a state lottery and allows casinos at the four greyhound race tracks across the state, it could raise about $400 million in revenue.
US Insight

Alabama, California, Iowa, Pennsylvania and more.


Delaware online poker numbers jumped 25% in February thanks in large part to the performance of Delaware Park whose revenues from online poker increased over 44% from its January figures.
US Insight

California, Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Texas make headlines this week.


A hearing on the Restoration of America’s Wire Act (RAWA) that had been postponed due to the threat of bad weather has been rescheduled and will take place on March 26 according to the Executive Director of the Poker Players Alliance, John Pappas.
US Insight

RAWA, California New Jersey and New Mexico.


A change in ownership at 888 could impact online gaming operations stateside. The Restoration of America’s Wire Act--a bill that would ban most online gambling in the US and was first introduced in Congress last year--has been reintroduced by US Representative Jason Chaffetz.
US Insight

RAWA, sports betting and a dead online poker bill in Washington highlight the week in US Insights.


Online poker bills abandoned in California. PokerStars rumored to go live in New Jersey in October.
Regulation in Review: US

A review of the latest developments in gaming regulation in the US. This week: California, New Jersey and Iowa.


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