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Legal online gambing and sports betting sites likely to receive breathing room from Wire Act concerns as the DOJ plans to extend a non-prosecution window.
The Kentucky Court of Appeals has thrown out a years-old lawsuit between the Commonwealth and PokerStars.
David Baazov sees inquiry around insider trading come to an end as a Canadian court ended proceedings against the former Amaya CEO.
The state's top regulator tells lawmakers that Pennsylvania's legal online casino and poker sites are currently on pace to go live before the end of...
An in-depth FAQ for online gambling in Pennsylvania following the passage of a bill to regulate the activity, along with links to related resources.
With a Monday deadline looming, Pennsylvania lawmakers appear to be closing in on an agreement over a gambling expansion package that would help to close...
Our projections for industry revenue from online gambling, along with estimates for tax revenue and economic impact of legal online gambling in Illinois.
The end game for online gambling in Pennsylvania could come into focus if a key PA Senate committee chooses to act this Tuesday.
There have been numerous plans floated for regulating online gambling in Pennsylvania, including many reasonable ones, some requiring significant work, and others that are deeply...
One of Pennsylvania's leading casino operators makes it clear that setting the online tax rate too high will end regulated online gambling before it starts.
A floated proposal to put regulated online gambling in Pennsylvania under the state lottery risks tax revenue, consumer protection, and threatens casinos.
What is the Restoration of America's Wire Act (RAWA)? Overview, background and context on bill that seeks to ban many forms of regulated online gambling.
The decision by certain PA lawmakers to play politics with regulated online gambling is threatening a balanced budget and raising the threat of tax hikes.
Regulated New Jersey online casinos have generated over $500 million in revenue (and $80 million+ in taxes) since launch following a strong February.
In testimony before Pennsylvania lawmakers, Caesars executives reveal that 80% of their online signups were completely new customers for the company.
New York Assemblyman J Gary Pretlow, at times a critic of online poker, appears to have decided that 2017 is the year to pass a...
With active bills in both the Senate and now in the Assembly, the legislative pieces are in place for New York online poker to move...
Chairman of the Senate committee tasked with gambling issues predicts passage of Pennsylvania online gambling bill "sometime in March."
Gambling regulators in the UK and New Jersey have come to an agreement in principle on sharing online poker player pools, but numerous questions remain.
A closely-watched effort to bring regulated online gambling to Pennsylvania cleared a major hurdle today after passing a full House vote.
A series of proposed amendments for California's online poker bill seek to firm up key issues like tax rate, license fee, and suitability.
PokerStars parent company Amaya discussed one of the most tumultuous quarters in the company’s history Monday in an earnings call that spanned the deeply positive to...
An analysis of how the insider trading charges involving Amaya filed by Canadian authorities might impact PokerStars' operations in the United States.
After several years of delays, PokerStars has found a way back to the U.S. online poker market and will launch PokerStarsNJ.com on March 21, 2016.
An in-depth look at California's latest online poker bill - AB 2863 - including overview, context, and answers to frequently asked questions about the bill.