While PokerStars entered into a deal with card rooms and the Morongo tribe in California last week, a NJ partner still hopes to effectuate a prior agreement.
The federal proposal to ban online gambling that was introduced last month has been strongly opposed by 10 conservative organizations.
Legalized online poker in the U.S. will blow out a candle on its first birthday cake later this month, a milestone that will be applauded by many.
New Jersey’s online gambling regime is still in its infancy, but early indications are that those who wager online are not the same gamblers who visit casinos.
In dire need of an infusion of cash in order to overcome a revenue shortfall, Illinois has bandied about the idea of online gambling legislation.
A potentially damaging, multi-million dollar class action against PokerStars has been dismissed by a judge at the United States District Court in Illinois.
With three land-based casino licenses yet to be awarded, Massachusetts will likely hold off on further consideration of online gambling legislation.
Two online poker bills are currently pending in California, leaving an estimated 750,000 to 1 million online poker players in standby mode.
In a move intended to pacify complaints about extended late registrations, Carbon Poker has reduced the length of time players have to join some tournaments.