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The Illinois Legislature's veto session is underway, but the Internet Gaming Act won't be getting another look after all.
Nutmeggers now have access to DraftKings and Mohegan Sun sportsbook-casino apps, plus...
PlaySugarHouse Sportsbook has had a great first week, according to the Connecticut...
Phil Hellmuth's behavior at this year's WSOP Stud Championship would surely have...
A handful of lucky gamblers in CT can start playing online today as the market soft launches, with the full launch coming next week.
There were a lot of questions hanging over this year's WSOP. After the first week of play, we're starting to have a few answers.
Connecticut iGaming's launch will be delayed, tripped up by a procedural detail and heel-dragging by a federal journal.
PokerStars has finished the trial of its new rewards system and has elected to make it permanent. US players will still have to wait, though.
There were few surprises but plenty of prize money for the PokerStars Championships Of Online Poker in NJ, PA and MI.
High 5 Games, known for its social casino slots, is expanding its iGaming footprint and may soon launch its own real money casino.
Connecticut online gambling is set to debut in two weeks, but what about online poker? It's legal, but will anyone launch a product?
A potentially historic SCOTUS battle has been averted, as PokerStars owner Flutter and Kentucky have reached an agreement to settle.
Time to get excited, Nutmeggers! Chief of Staff Paul Mounds says the state is focused on Oct. 7 as a launch date for online gambling.
The Connecticut Lottery and Rush Street Interactive will use the latter's older PlaySugarHouse brand to circumvent a strange branding rule.
MaximBet is ready to enter Pennsylvania through a partnership with Caesars, but won't reveal its partner in Ohio quite yet.
Content service PokerGO just released its WSOP streaming schedule, including 26 live gold bracelet events and the entire Main Event.
Connecticut has cleared its last major hurdle for online gambling, receiving the necessary approval from the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Crypto enthusiasts may recognize DraftKings Casino's latest title, which invites you to try to take your wager 'to the moon.'
For the first time, PokerStars has synchronized the annual championships of its US sites, perhaps with an eye towards an interstate future.
Connecticut officials continued to move ahead on online gambling and sports betting today by approving regulations to govern them.
The World Series of Poker is America's most prestigious tournament brand, so it's no wonder WSOP is going hard on tournaments in PA.
Rush Street Interactive (BetRivers) is the third and final online sports betting operator to gain access to the Connecticut market.
The first US online WPT stop of Season XIX, and the second in history, will take place on the Partypoker US Network in September.
The Connecticut Lottery Corporation (CLC) will officially announce its choice of online sports betting partner tomorrow, Aug 12.