Newsweek’s feature on online poker had the potential to bring new attention to the issue of Internet gambling. After all, most people aren’t too knowledgeable on the subject…
When it was announced that Canada’s Amaya Gaming Group would be buying the Rational Group for $4.9 billion, it sent a shockwave through the online poker community.
In the battle for online poker supremacy in the United States, New Jersey has consistently led Nevada (with Delaware being a distant third).
New Jersey gaming regulators have announced that 37 license applications to participate in the state’s online gambling scheme have been submitted.
While no official announcement have yet been made, Nevada poker fans will soon be able to play online poker for real money at WSOP.com this summer.
MGM Resorts is still weighing the pros and cons of launching an online poker site in the newly opened Nevada gambling market.