iGaming Legislation Round-up: Who Remains in the Running for 2017?

When 2017 began, it seemed that the potential was there for a least one state to legalize online poker and casino gaming. Over the past few months, we have watched as several states in the US have considered legalization of

Deal Finally Made to Rescue Atlantic City Casinos

The state of New Jersey have been trying for months now to come to an agreement when it comes to rescuing Atlantic City. The gambling town has been struggling for some time now, having seen four of twelve casinos close

California Online Poker Moves Forward

Online poker in the state of California may still be far from fruition, but the movement to join the online gaming industry in the United States is moving forward. Assemblyman in the state, Adam Gray, made changes to his AB

Nebraska Continues Push for Poker Gaming

While many states struggle to see online poker taking place, one state just wants to be able to enjoy live poker gaming. In the state of Nebraska, Tyson Larson is working to see poker legislation passed so card rooms will

Online Poker Legislation Stalls in Washington

A short time ago, online poker regulation was introduced in Washington State and those in the industry were surprised to see a bill actually on the table for the activity. Washington State was nowhere on the radar when it came

Is California The Only Hope for Online Poker Next Year?

The state of California has been the hot topic of discussion when it comes to online poker in the United States. For months now, legislators, card rooms, tribal groups and online poker operators have tried to give their input on

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