PokerStars is sorely missed in the United States. When Black Friday occurred, it was already the most popular site in the country (and in the world), and had built a reputation as a trusted site to play on.
The Amaya Gaming Group has announced that they will be purchasing the Rational Group, parent company of PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker, for a price of $4.9 billion.
Despite losing the support of the American Gaming Association (AGA), Massachusetts plans to continue moving forward with its Internet gambling study.
By toughening licensing requirements for iGaming processors, a proposed bill in New Jersey seeks to alleviates the issues players are having making transactions.
South Carolina’s voters will weigh in on whether they deem gambling as an acceptable means for raising revenue.
At a recent earnings conference, Caesars CEO Gary Loveman suggests the possibility of closing one of Caesars four New Jersey-based casinos.
Key players in California’s prospective iGaming market will offer their thoughts on online poker legislation.
The results of a four-month gambling study indicate that iGaming could be a substantial revenue source for the Keystone State.
On Thursday, the Pennsylvania House Democratic Policy Committee sponsored a hearing to discuss the possibility of bringing Internet gambling to the Keystone State.