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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.


The online gaming market in the state of Pennsylvania is scheduled to go live during the week of July 15, according to an April 16 letter from the Pennsylvania…
Pennsylvania Targets Mid-July for Launch of Online Poker and Casino Games

Online sports betting could be live in the coming weeks.


This Week on DAT Poker Podcast:┬áIf you payed the buy-in for a smaller tournament but got seated in a much bigger one, what would you do? Daniel Adam and…
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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.


Given the small population of the state, whether any operators will be interested in launching online poker or not will likely hinge on whether the new Department of Justice opinion on the Wire Act stands.
West Virginia Becomes Fifth US State to Regulate Online Poker

The new law will take effect on June 7.


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 West Virginia House of Representatives passed a bill on Friday that would legalize online poker and other forms of online gaming in the state.
West Virginia Considers Online Poker, But Without Shared Liquidity It Is Doomed to Fail

Cross-state shared liquidity in the United States could be disbanded by the time WV proposals become law, unless the current DOJ opinion on the Wire Act is reversed.


The US Supreme Court ruled Monday by a 6-3 margin that individual states have to right to determine the legality of sports wagers within their borders.
States Cleared to Offer Sports Betting in the US

Supreme Court overturns PASPA in landmark ruling.


PokerStars goes live with a French-Spanish cross-border shared player pool. Neil Johnson steps down from PokerStars' live team following the conclusion of the PCA.
When European Shared Liquidity Went from Theory to Reality: This Week in Online Poker

Just five days ago, Spain officially authorized shared liquidity, a seemingly innocuous step that launched a chain…


Maryland proposes regulations for DFS. West Virginia is keeping on eye on its neighbor's igaming efforts.
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New Jersey/UK shared liquidity on the table as online poker revenue slumps in June. Gambling expansion part of Pennsylvania's budget.
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