A renowned scholar with expertise in constitutional law believes that the bad actor clauses in California's online poker bills violate PokerStars' rights.
A recent poll conducted of New Jersey residents found that 12% will likely gamble in New York instead of New Jersey once more casinos are built.
The Amaya Gaming Group´s purchase of the Oldford Group Ltd - the parent company of Rational Enterprises - could signal the return of PokerStars in the US.
The online poker bill set to be introduced in Pennsylvania later this month has proposed a tax rate of 14% on gaming site operators.
The online poker bill drafted by 13 California tribes that seeks to exclude "bad actors" faces strong opposition from PokerStars and their partners.
A new online poker bill has reportedly been drafted and is being perused by federal lawmakers, but movement on the proposal is far from urgent.
The state of Massachusetts will continue to consider online gambling legislation despite recently losing the support of the American Gaming Association (AGA).
The American Gaming Association (AGA) has shifted gears and is no longer backing online poker and gambling legislation in the U.S.
In an effort to prompt financial institutions to more readily accept credit card deposits, New Jersey plans to strengthen payment processing requirements.
South Carolina is not one of the states currently considering online gambling legislation, but it may join the list if residents vote for approval.
A 12% increase in cash game player traffic last week has permitted WSOP.com to increase its market share in Nevada to 66%.
When New Jersey lawmakers set out to enact online gambling legislation, they did so to resurrect steadily declining revenue at land-based casinos.