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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.


With the start of the World Series of Poker (WSOP) less than one month away, there is some good news for poker players residing in New Jersey.
WSOP Online Bracelet Events Now Available to New Jersey Players

WSOP has confirmed that New Jersey players will be able to play the WSOP online bracelet events that are scheduled to take place before the DOJ enforcement deadline of June 14.


West Virginia became the latest state to legalize online poker and casino games late last week.
Online Poker is Now Legal in West Virginia

West Virginia becomes the fifth state to legalize online poker.


This week, to celebrate the release of Dara’s book ‘Poker Satelite Strategy, we are joined by three of the best poker writers in the business. Martin Harris is…
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Online poker in the state of New Jersey achieved a rare milestone last month: it achieved year-over-year growth. Combined, licensed operators reported revenues…
New Jersey Online Poker Fares Well in February

For the first time in eight months, market revenue figures in New Jersey have exhibited annual growth.


Lawmakers in the state of Michigan are mounting another push forward to legalize and regulate online poker and other forms of online gaming in the state.
Momentum Builds (Again) for Online Poker in Michigan

West Virginia is also on the cusp of regulating online poker.


The “Lawful Internet Gaming Act” got squashed by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder just days before he left office. Had the bill passed it would have…
Michigan Fails to Legalize Online Gaming in 2018

The “Lawful Internet Gaming Act” was vetoed at the last minute by Michigan’s Governor just days before he left office.


Snyder vetoed the bill, effectively killing it dead in the water—despite the fact that he would be leaving office in 2019.
Michigan Online Gaming Bill Dead in the Water

After a last minute veto from the previous governor, online gaming bill will remain a work-in-progress in Michigan.


2018 should have been the year of progress of the “Lawful Internet Gaming Act” but it was not to be. Just days before the 2019 new year, the Act got vetoed by…
Online Poker in Michigan: Independent Guide for Players

2018 should have been the year of progress of the “Lawful Internet Gaming Act” but it was not to be. Just days before…


The Poker Players Alliance (PPA), the leading advocacy group for the poker playing community in the United States, is seeking funding to be able to continue…
10 Questions for Rich Muny of the Poker Players Alliance

The PPA needs to raise money if it hopes to keep advocating on behalf of American poker players.


The state of Michigan is poised to be the center of attention for online gaming stakeholders in the United States come the start of the 2018 political season.
Michigan Looks to Hit the Ground Running with Online Gambling in 2018

The state of Michigan is poised to be the center of attention for online gaming stakeholders in the United States come…


The Michigan House Regulatory Reform Committee approved an online gaming legislative package last week before adjourning for the remainder of the year.
Online Gaming on Michigan’s Agenda in 2018

Lawmakers to consider online gambling bill in 2018 following committee approval in the House.


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