Real Gaming became the third online poker network to enter the Nevada market in October 2014, and though the site’s traffic has been about as congested as a desert highway, its co-founder has nothing but optimism for the future of Internet gambling.
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888 Holdings is one of the leading iGaming companies in the world, and its $1.4 billion acquisition of bwin.party has put the entertainment conglomerate in a commanding position as it relates to online poker in the United States.
Pala Poker is holding off on paying the ante in New Jersey, and while the company launched its casino product in November of last year, it believes following PokerStars’ anticipated entry in the third-quarter of 2015 is a more opportune time to debut.
New Jersey online casinos, first launched in late 2013, suffered their first successful Denial of Service Attack (DDoS) last Thursday, and while state officials aren’t publicly saying who the prime suspect is, they did confirm a person of interest has been identified.
Californians for Responsible iPoker is going all-in on its efforts to legalize online poker in the Golden State.
PointState Capital knows a thing or two about finding stocks that are ready to explode, and with its investment in Amaya this week, the company is betting that online poker in America is going to continue to expand.
New Jersey online poker has been headed in the wrong direction now for months, and if May’s total revenues are any indication, that shouldn’t be expected to change anytime soon.
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Could bwin.party be Amaya Inc.’s ticket onto US shores at last for the latter’s much-sought-after American online gaming presence?