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While all the attention may be on the World Series of Poker (WSOP), the organizers have quietly released the schedule of its signature online poker tournament…
Exclusive: WSOP Schedules Largest Ever Online Championships Despite Wire Act Concerns

This year’s Online Championships boasts over $3.5 million guaranteed prize pool over 133 events.


Online gaming giant GVC Holdings, parent company of partypoker, has been approved for a two-year limited interactive gaming license in the state of Nevada.
Nevada Gaming Commission Grants Online Poker License to GVC Holdings

GVC is now formally approved to offer online poker in the state of Nevada.


Online poker revenue in the state of New Jersey hit a low point for 2019 last month as all operators combined generated $1.67 million.
Market Monitor: New Jersey April 2019

Online poker revenue in the state of New Jersey hit a low point for 2019 last month as all operators combined generated…


The 50th Anniversary edition of the World Series of Poker (WSOP) will take place this summer and 888poker—a WSOP Main Event Sponsor—has revealed…
888poker Will Be Headed to Vegas with Its 2019 Squad

Top poker pros heading up the squad include Kara Scott, Chris Moorman and Sofia Lovgren who will all be in attendance.


GVC Holdings, one of the largest online gaming operators in the world and owner of the resurgent partypoker brand, is set to receive a license that would allow…
GVC License Approval Could See Partypoker Offering Online Poker in Nevada

The Nevada Gaming Commission is expected to issue GVC a license to offer online poker on May 23.


Sarah Herring and Jeff Platt are back with another episode of the PokerNews Podcast. Safe to say they did not have a difficult decision on what to lead the…
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As the calendar moves towards June 14, the imminent threat to online poker in the US is prompting those with a vested interest to take action while others…
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.


The law suit contends that the DOJ has failed to produce records related to the origin of its recently revised opinion that the Wire Act applies to internet gambling beyond sports betting.
New Jersey Sues DOJ Over Potential Adelson Link to Wire Act Reinterpretation

While igaming stakeholders pursue relief in the courts, WSOP announces New Jersey players are eligible to play online bracelet events prior to the June 14 enforcement deadline.


With the start of the World Series of Poker (WSOP) less than one month away, there is some good news for poker players residing in New Jersey.
WSOP Online Bracelet Events Now Available to New Jersey Players

WSOP has confirmed that New Jersey players will be able to play the WSOP online bracelet events that are scheduled to take place before the DOJ enforcement deadline of June 14.


An argument raised by Ifrah Law in its representation of iDEA suggests an interpretation of the Wire Act that allows for state-authorized internet gaming even if data crosses state lines.
New Interpretation of the Wire Act Could Allow Interstate Online Poker

With a looming enforcement deadline of June 14, the DOJ’s view of the Wire Act could once again be revised.


The PGCB identified the week of July 15 as the “projected go-live implementation time frame for I-Gaming.”
Pennsylvania Online Gaming to Launch in July

The coordinated market opening will commence with a 2-3 day soft launch period from July 15.


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.


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