Online gambling revenue for the state of Delaware in the month of November increased a whopping 42% over October totals.
Voters in the state of New York approved gambling expansion last year and the winning bidders of four new commercial casinos are expected to be named today.
Online poker in the U.S. was indirectly affected by two recent incidents involving parties hoping to break into the market -- PokerStars and the Iipay tribe.
The Winning Poker Network (WPN) is offering its innovative "The Cage" tournament/cash game hybrid event at a buy-in of $500+25.
It was one year ago that Sheldon Adelson founded the Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling (CSIG) with aims of snuffing out regulation in the U.S.
The Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel have made a few changes to their PrivateTable.com website, apparently continuing to move forward with real-money play.
The online poker bill proposed earlier this week by California Assemblyman Mike Gatto does not sit well with the coalition that includes PokerStars.
Following the launch of regulated online poker and gambling in New Jersey and Delaware in November 2013, many expected more such state launches in 2014.
As expected, an online poker bill was proposed in California for the 2015 legislative session, as the state tries again to pass ipoker regulations.
December is upon us and with it comes the anticipated arrival of a new online poker bill to be proposed in California for the 2015 legislative session.
The one-year anniversary of the hard launch of online poker and gambling in New Jersey was reached on Nov. 26 and the second year of operation has begun.
The Iipay Nation appear poised to vigorously defend their belief that they are within their legal right to operate online bingo and poker in California.