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Following insider trading charges against former Amaya CEO David Baazov, and ahead of a hearing next week, California's online poker bill has been updated.
The PokerStars coalition, comprised of California tribes and card rooms, has submitted a letter of support for Assemblyman Adam Gray's online poker bill.
PokerStars' allies in CA, consisting of tribes and card rooms, may be looking to find new partnerships as Amaya's former CEO faces insider trading charges.
A tribal partner of PokerStars in California is raising concerns after Amaya CEO David Baazov was charged with insider trading, reigniting the issue of a...
California's United Auburn Indian Community has joined the PokerStars coalition. A larger coalition doesn't mean online poker can overcome its challenges.
California’s American Indian tribes scored a victory this month in trying to stop the card room industry from essentially operating house-banked games.
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.
The newest effort to regulate and legalize online poker in California was introduced in the legislature on Friday.
Some California tribes and card rooms fear online poker regulation, perceiving they'll be at a competitive disadvantage. NJ and Nevada can prove them wrong.
Hopes are again on the rise for online poker regulation in California. Here's a summary of Assemblyman Adam Gray's draft legislation and its key points.
Signs of progress for California online poker, as one of the primary stumbling blocks appears to be closer to a solution following a stakeholder meeting,...
Leaders of politically powerful tribes raise the possibility of combining online poker and daily fantasy sports regulation efforts in California.
California is advancing a bill that would regulate daily fantasy sports quickly through the legislature. What does that mean for online poker?
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.
Licensing horse tracks to operate online poker websites in California is emerging as the crucial issue as members of rival American Indian coalitions meet individually...
There are 4 states where online gambling regulation just might pass in 2016. Those states are California, New York, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania.
A California Assembly committee will consider online poker, daily fantasy sports and sports betting bills in a hearing on Jan. 6.
For California to pass an online poker bill in 2016, proponents will need to fundamentally reconsider their approach to advocating for regulation.
The last push for regulated online poker in California has powerful support, but also faces significant headwinds, sources close to the process tell OPR.
An alliance of several American Indian tribes, racing interests, card clubs and Amaya is said to be planning a final California online poker push for...
Pechanga's suggestion of a potential compromise on the issue of regulated online poker in California has found little support among the racing industry.
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...
Ad campaign from Californians for Responsible iPoker, a group backed by PokerStars and coalition partners, tells listeners to ask lawmakers for regulation.
In the wake of a report that California Senator Isadore Hall III won't be moving on online poker legislation this year come responses and refutations.
Campaign takes PokerStars to task over US online poker history, current inquiry regarding trading in Amaya stock as California online poker issue heats up.