Two months after surrendering to US authorities, the founder of the world's largest online poker site today pled guilty to a federal gambling charge.
Casinos are shutting down in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, leaving online gambling sites to mitigate the losses of their physical counterparts.
The WSOP Circuit is taking some of its poker tournaments online, announcing an 18-event Online Super Circuit in response to growing concerns over COVID-19.
New Jersey online casinos started 2020 right where 2019 left off — with another new record and more than $55 million in combined revenue.
The new alliance makes Global Poker an official partner of Poker Central and a sponsor of its marquee live events in Las Vegas.
Nearly nine years after bringing gambling charges against him, federal prosecutors finally have their hands on the PokerStars founder.
New Jersey's online casinos, sportsbooks, and poker sites combined to win more than $700 million in 2019, establishing a new standard in the US.
Stop us if you've heard this one before: Lawmakers in New York will once again have the chance to consider an online poker bill in...
Rep. Adam Koenig is prepared to try again in Kentucky, prefiling legislation that would authorize online poker, sports betting, and DFS.
The first-ever Pennsylvania Championship of Online Poker went off without a hitch, as PokerStars easily covered its $1.225 million guarantee.
Joe Biden is the latest US presidential candidate to weigh in on gambling, even addressing the current administration's handling of the Wire Act.
Online casinos and poker sites in New Jersey broke yet another revenue record in November, putting the $50-million mark within reach.
A bill that would legalize online poker in Michigan is suddenly on the fast track to passage, according to a key Senate proponent.
Today is the day for online poker players in Pennsylvania, as PokerStars PA becomes the first regulated site serving the Commonwealth.
In a surprise Saturday tweet, US Presidential candidate Andrew Yang expressed support for widespread online poker legalization.
Online casinos and poker sites in New Jersey broke yet another revenue record, cresting the $40 million milestone for the second consecutive month.
Barely a month after making its debut as a regulated sportsbook in New Jersey, Fox Bet now offers online casino games like blackjack and roulette.
Online gambling in New Jersey is in the midst of an unprecedented growth spurt, with revenue cresting $40 million across poker and casino verticals.
The hot streak for NJ online gambling opeators is showing no signs of letting up through another record-setting month of revenue.
MGM has filed a federal lawsuit against the US Department of the Interior, challenging an agreement between Connecticut and its tribal casino operators.
June's revenue report showed more of the same for NJ online gambling sites, and a wider view of the market illustrates the utter dominance of...
A proposed amendment to an appropriations bill would block the US Department of Justice from using federal funding to target legal online gambling.
As the NJ online gambling industry continues to grow, Golden Nugget seems to have an insurmountable lead atop the monthly revenue reports.
Bettors in Pennsylvania no longer need to leave the couch to bet on sports, as SugarHouse Sportsbook has officially opened its virtual windows.
A federal judge in New Hampshire has set aside a recent Wire Act opinion from the US Department of Justice, a win for legal online...