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For years regulating online poker has been a matter of debate in California, and now a new wrinkle has entered the picture: daily fantasy sports.
A California Assembly committee will consider online poker, daily fantasy sports and sports betting bills in a hearing on Jan. 6.
A Congressional hearing on Wednesday might be looked back on as the day that RAWA -- a proposed online gambling ban -- officially died.
Online gambling legalization and regulation is a part of at least one version of an overarching budget bill in Pennsylvania.
As daily fantasy sports attracts the attention of government officials in New York, is there any possible benefit for online poker legislation?
Pennsylvania is moving closer to regulating online poker and casino games. How long would it take for sites to be up and running in the...
A Congressional hearing about online gambling and a potential ban via the Restoration of America's Wire Act appears to be on tap before the end...
The decision to pull DraftKings' sponsorship of the World Series of Poker could signal the end of extensive marketing of daily fantasy sports via poker.
PokerStars appears to be headed toward a 2016 launch in New Jersey based on an email sent to former players located in the state.
Online gambling regulation in Pennsylvania appears to be set for discussion in a key committee hearing next week, but opponents have started a last-minute surge.
The lobbyist that is pushing for an online gambling ban via the Restoration of America's Wire Act is now retained by daily fantasy sports site...
After months of hearing that Pennsylvania online gambling regulation was still on the table, gaming expansion is seeing the light of day in budget talks.
PokerStars' NJ launch is a critical step closer to reality after regulators formally issued approval for PokerStars' New Jersey online poker operations.
A recent hearing underscored the issues New York has had in trying to pass an online poker bill. Something needs to change if progress is...
The possibility of Pennsylvania online gambling regulation is working its way into the ongoing budget impasse in the state, keeping hopes for 2015 alive.
MGM Resorts CEO Jim Murren made the strongest pitch yet from the Nevada casino industry for regulation of online gambling, calling prohibition efforts "ridiculous."
New Jersey state Sen. Raymond Lesniak announced his intention to run for governor, which would be a positive development for online gambling in the U.S..
Some of the problems created by Yahoo in its daily fantasy sports launch resemble those of an online gaming startup rather than a giant internet...
Penn National Gaming CEO Tim Wilmott said he does not expect an internet gambling regulation bill would pass the Pennsylvania state legislature in 2015.
Assemblyman Mike Gatto has given up on attempting to pass his bill that would regulate online poker in California, saying that a consensus on how to proceed...
Several prominent Pennsylvania senate Republicans plan to introduce a new bill that would allow iGaming — the fifth such bill in the state this year. More momentum...
The upcoming Indian Country Online Congress comes at a crucial time for legal online poker in California, as legislation is being considered in the state.
This month's East Coast Gaming Congress & iGaming Institute conference comes during a confluence of developments in gambling in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Borgata’s online gambling offerings continued to build momentum in New Jersey, posting a third straight profitable quarter. Boyd Gaming President and CEO Keith Smith delivered that news during a...
Resorts Casino in Atlantic City became the latest company to offer real-money online gambling in New Jersey, but questions remain about its future.