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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.


The Battleground States of Michigan and Pennsylvania Play a Key Role in the 2020 Presidential Election and the Future of US Online Poker
The Battleground States of Michigan and Pennsylvania Play a Key Role in the 2020 Presidential Election and the Future of US Online Poker

Online poker players in key states could help the game they love spread more widely across the US.


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.


Pennsylvania Targets Mid-July for Launch of Online Poker and Casino Games
Pennsylvania Targets Mid-July for Launch of Online Poker and Casino Games

Online sports betting could be live in the coming weeks.


This Week in Poker Podcasts
This Week in Poker Podcasts

The latest poker podcasts from the pokerfuse podcast directory.


Online Poker is Now Legal in West Virginia
Online Poker is Now Legal in West Virginia

West Virginia becomes the fifth state to legalize online poker.


New Jersey Online Poker Fares Well in February
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.


Momentum Builds (Again) for Online Poker in Michigan
Momentum Builds (Again) for Online Poker in Michigan

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


West Virginia Considers Online Poker, But Without Shared Liquidity It Is Doomed to Fail
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.


West Virginia Discusses Online Gaming Expansion
West Virginia Discusses Online Gaming Expansion

Lottery and casino revenue declines prompt openness to internet gaming.