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In this week’s episode of the pokerfuse podcast, Nick and Mike take a look at major software client updates from PokerStars, partypoker, WPN and MPN; the…
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The most anticipated launch of the year is one step closer to finally happening, and we can share some previously unknown details about the pending launch of…
Exclusive: A First Look at PokerStars Pennsylvania

A look behind the scenes reveals some previously unknown information about what is in store for players at PokerStars PA.


888, currently the largest online poker network in the US, seems to be taking a measured approach in the state of Pennsylvania, the state that will soon be the…
Exclusive: 888 has “No Firm Timeline” for Pennsylvania Launch

Nearly two months after PA opened for igaming, the lack of a presence by 888poker appears to be part of its “Smart and Selective” approach to new states.


Last week, FOX Bet replaced TSG’s BetStars sports betting brand in New Jersey. FOX Bet became the fifth online sportsbook to launch in the nascent Pennsylvania market.
FOX Bet Becomes Face of US Real Money Sports Betting for The Stars Group

Building on SkyBet’s successful formula, FOX also rolls out a free-to-play sports prediction game Super 6 nationwide.


The Stars Group expands its presence in the US as it enters the second state in the burgeoning US regulated online gambling market by launching FOX Bet, its…
Breaking: FOX Bet From The Stars Group Goes Live in Pennsylvania

Just days after BetStars got rebranded to FOX Bet in New Jersey, the new FOX Bet now soft-launches in Pennsylvania to become the fifth online sportsbook in the state.


Nearly four months after entering into an agreement with global gambling giant The Stars Group, FOX Sports, a subsidiary of the US sports media giant Fox…
FOX Bet Goes Live in New Jersey Replacing The Stars Group’s BetStars Brand

After making its debut in the Garden State, FOX Bet is now expected to launch in Pennsylvania this week.


Revenue figures from the daily fantasy sports market of Pennsylvania show continued robust growth. With the market 15 months old, July is the third month where year-over-year comparisons are available.
Market Monitor: Pennsylvania Fantasy Sports July 2019

Revenue figures from the daily fantasy sports market of Pennsylvania show continued robust growth.


This week on DAT Poker Pod: The show gets fired up right off the bat with Daniel, Adam and Terrence discussing more of Daniel’s twitter shenanigans from this…
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It seems that the wait for online poker in Pennsylvania may finally come to an end.
PokerStars on the Verge of Launching Online Poker in Pennsylvania?

Word on the street is that PokerStars could launch online poker in the Keystone State by the end of this month.


In trying to predict the performance of the online gaming market in Pennsylvania, many analysts looked to the neighboring state of New Jersey as a model. And…
Lack of Poker and Apple Support Impeding Pennsylvania Online Gambling

With limited iOS accessibility and no online poker offering, igaming in Pennsylvania is off to a slower than expected start.


Pennsylvania online gaming operators have been slow to roll out iOS options in the fledgling market.
Online Gambling Industry Adjusts to Apple Real Money Gambling Restrictions

Pennsylvania online sportsbooks and casinos along with global B2B igaming provider Playtech are among the first to adapt to the new policy affecting iOS customers.


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.


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