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Which State is Next for US Online Poker? Part I: West Virginia
Which State is Next for US Online Poker? Part I: West Virginia

The state regulator says it is eager to join the Multi-State Internet Gaming Agreement (MSIGA) and is just waiting for an operator to ask it to join the compact. First in a series.


The 6 States Most Likely to Launch Online Poker Next
The 6 States Most Likely to Launch Online Poker Next

Recent developments suggest Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, & West Virginia could soon join the five states where online poker is currently legal.


With MI Greenlit, Will PA Be Next to Join US Online Poker Compact?
With MI Greenlit, Will PA Be Next to Join US Online Poker Compact?

Michigan signing on to share liquidity with New Jersey, Nevada, and Delaware could persuade Pennsylvania to follow suit and join the multi-state compact next.


RSI Acquires Phil Galfond's Run It Once to Help it Enter the US Regulated Market
RSI Acquires Phil Galfond’s Run It Once to Help it Enter the US Regulated Market

Rush Street Interactive, one of the leading iGaming operators in the US, acquires Galfond’s Run It Once Poker Room for $5.8 million in cash and stock.


$4 Million Still Up for Grabs in DraftKings Casino 5 for 5 Promo
$4 Million Still Up for Grabs in DraftKings Casino 5 for 5 Promo

Every week, DraftKings Casino is running a new promotion across all its US sites, with each promo offering a generous prize pool of $1,000,000.


What would a USACOOP Series on PokerStars USA Network Look Like?
What would a USACOOP Series on PokerStars USA Network Look Like?

If PokerStars were able to connect its three states into a single network, its flagship USA 'COOP branded series would be one of the largest online tournament series in the US regulated market.


Exclusive: 888 Eyes Online Poker Expansion into Three States in 2021
Exclusive: 888 Eyes Online Poker Expansion into Three States in 2021

With Pennsylvania and Michigan launches imminent with its partner WSOP, West Virginia looks like the third state on the cards.


Exclusive: West Virginia Regulator Considering Joining Interstate Online Poker Compact
Exclusive: West Virginia Regulator Considering Joining Interstate Online Poker Compact

Move could attract online poker operators, larger player pools to the Mountain State.


Attorneys General Urge DOJ to Clarify Position on Wire Act
Attorneys General Urge DOJ to Clarify Position on Wire Act

26 AGs demand agency disavow Trump-era reversal so states, industry can move forward.


888: Online Poker in West Virginia a "Matter of When, Not If"
888: Online Poker in West Virginia a “Matter of When, Not If”

In an exclusive interview with Poker Industry PRO, Senior VP for 888poker Yaniv Sherman talks about expansion plans in the US beyond PA and MI.


Breaking: Partypoker US Network to Debut in Pennsylvania with BetMGM Poker and Borgata Poker
Breaking: Partypoker US Network to Debut in Pennsylvania with BetMGM Poker and Borgata Poker

The launch of two online poker rooms in Pennsylvania is another step forward for legal regulated online poker in the US.


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.