US iGaming Hearing Finds Sheldon Adelson Stance “Hyprocritical’

Tuesday’s Senate subcommittee hearing went favorably for pro-online gambling forces, while Sheldon Adelson’s representative was seen as hypocritical.

Delaware Pleased with First Month of Online Gambling

While most are paying attention to New Jersey’s newly-launched online gambling regime, the tiny state of Delaware also has legalized Internet gaming.

PPA to Testify at US Online Gambling Hearing

The Poker Players Alliance (PPA) will give testimony at next Tuesday’s online gambling hearing scheduled in front of a House subcommittee.

NJ Regulators Pleased With iGaming Progress

Week #1 of regulated online gambling is in the books in New Jersey and state regulators are content with the progress made thus far.

Expensive Weekend for Party Poker in New Jersey

Party Poker´s first venture into feature tournaments in New Jersey was expensive this weekend, as only 173 players entered the first $50,000 guaranteed event.

New Jersey iGaming Hard Launch a Work in Progress

The testing phase is over for six of the seven Atlantic City casinos that are offering online gambling to those within New Jersey, but several issues remain.

Mississippi to Consider Online Gambling in 2014

Mississippi lawmakers will look at the possibility of enacting online gambling legislation next year although similar proposals failed to advance previously.

New Jersey iGaming Full Launch Rolls Out

Six of New Jersey’s seven online poker rooms are now open to inhabitants of the Garden State.

Players in 23 States Tried to Log on in New Jersey

Players from 23 different states attempted to gain access to real-money wagering via the newly-launched online gambling sites in New Jersey, but were denied.

New Jersey’s iGaming Soft Launch Riddled with Bugs

NJ’s foray into the regulated gambling world did not go as smoothly as planned.