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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.


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.


Surprisingly, the WSOP focus is no greater than in India, a country which could not be much further geographically from Las Vegas.
Indian Operators Go Big on WSOP Packages

The big three, Adda52, Spartan Poker and PokerBaazi along with lesser know 9 Stack are all offering World Series of Poker packages in multiple month long promotions.


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.


Lance Bradley has landed in Las Vegas for three consecutive World Poker Tour final tables. He’s joined by Donnie Peters to preview the WPT’s L.A….
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With the licensing process nearly complete, the PGCB is now working to complete testing and certification of “compulsive and problem gambling” controls.
Pennsylvania Online Gaming Delay Attributed to Wire Act

The fourth regulated online gaming market in the US is now expected to launch in late June or early July.


Online poker in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has been delayed as a result of the recent reinterpretation of the Wire Act by the US Department of Justice.
Reinterpretation of Wire Act Officially Delays Pennsylvania iGaming Launch

PGCB confirms that talks about shared liquidity for online poker had begun before the new DOJ opinion was handed down.


The Department of Justice (DOJ) has extended the compliance period for its new opinion of the Wire Act by another 60 days—giving some much needed…
Wire Act Window Extended

The DOJ has extend the compliance period by a further 60 days, giving igaming companies extra time to bring their operations in line with the new interpretation of the Wire Act.


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