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The Wire Act and Online Poker: Where We Are and Where We're Going
The Wire Act and Online Poker: Where We Are and Where We’re Going

Hopefully, the two-year saga will be over soon, permitting the PokerStars USA, partypoker US and WSOP/888 networks to expand into PA and MI.


Federal Appellate Court Rejects Trump Administration’s Wire Act Reinterpretation
Federal Appellate Court Rejects Trump Administration’s Wire Act Reinterpretation

The latest favorable ruling in the Wire Act case sets the stage for the expansion of interstate online poker in the US.


Breaking: Michigan Interstate Online Poker Bill Passes House, Headed to Governor’s Desk to be Signed into Law
Breaking: Michigan Interstate Online Poker Bill Passes House, Headed to Governor’s Desk to be Signed into Law

Online poker is expected to launch in Michigan in early 2021, and now shared liquidity may not take long to follow.


After Another Down Year, New Jersey Online Poker Poised to Rebound in 2020
After Another Down Year, New Jersey Online Poker Poised to Rebound in 2020

Though the market experienced its toughest year in 2019, prospects for the new year are bright.


Yet Another Delay in Wire Act Case
Yet Another Delay in Wire Act Case

The New Hampshire Lottery Commission needs more time to respond to the DOJ appeal.


DOJ Delays Wire Act Case
DOJ Delays Wire Act Case

Online gaming attorney Jeff Ifrah opines on what the delay might signal about the DOJ’s case.


New Jersey Shared Liquidity Pays Big Dividends for WSOP.com During the World Series of Poker
New Jersey Shared Liquidity Pays Big Dividends for WSOP.com During the World Series of Poker

Soaring revenues during the summer series serve as an incentive for Pennsylvania to join the MultiState Internet Gaming Agreement once online poker launches in the state.


Breaking: WSOP Confirms All Online Bracelet and Online Championship Events to be Available in New Jersey
Breaking: WSOP Confirms All Online Bracelet and Online Championship Events to be Available in New Jersey

WSOP.com will continue to share player liquidity between Nevada and New Jersey following a recent US District Court ruling that dealt a blow to the DOJ’s reinterpretation of the Wire Act.


Online Poker and the Wire Act: New Jersey Demands Answers, Industry Stakeholders Weigh Options
Online Poker and the Wire Act: New Jersey Demands Answers, Industry Stakeholders Weigh Options

New Jersey sues the DOJ to determine if the OLC opinion was improperly influenced by Sheldon Adelson while igaming advocates search for a way around the reinterpretation of the Wire Act.