Two online poker bills that have been languishing following introductions many months ago will likely land in the muck and be resubmitted next month.
Online poker players in the U.S. who are looking for value are finding their way over to Full Flush Poker on the Equity Poker Network (EPN).
A gauntlet has been thrown in the battle for market share in New Jersey as 888Poker’s All American Poker Network (AAPN) is offering a whopping 80% rakeback.
Iowa Gaming Association head announces that the state will not work up an iGaming bill in 2014, no online poker regulation in Iowa until 2015.
Casino magnate Sheldon Adelson has taken his anti-online gambling crusade to a new level by drafting an Internet Gambling Control Act.
NJ PartyPoker confirmed its partnership as official online sponsor of 2 major sporting franchises, Philadelphia 76ers and New Jersey Devils.
Since launching just prior to Thanksgiving, a combined 148,487 player accounts have been created at more than a dozen online gambling sites in New Jersey.
Whether or not California will finally legalize online poker this year remains iffy at best, with industry experts divided on the odds of that happening.
Gambling in New Jersey has been restricted to Atlantic City for 35 years, but that may change if the state’s casinos don’t show better results in 2014.