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PokerStars Slapped with Fine by New Jersey Gaming Regulators

PokerStars which is considered to be the world’s largest poker site has recently been slapped with a fine by New Jersey gambling regulators. The $10,000 fine that the company’s sportsbook operation was slapped with is by far the largest sports betting fine ever issued in the state. While $10,000 is definitely a large amount of […]

Microgaming’s Games Go Live with 888 Casino

Renowned casino software provider Microgaming has recently announced that its award-winning casino content will now be live with 888 Casino which is arguably the world’s most popular online gaming entertainment and solutions providers. As stipulated in the partnership agreement between the two companies, 888 Casino is now able to expand upon its current casino offering […]

Inaugural Global Poker Awards Nominees Announced

A week ago, the Global Poker Index merged the American and the European Poker Awards to form the Global Awards which is set to take place on April 5 in collaboration with Poker Central and PokerStars. Previously, the Global Poker Index usually held two annual poker award ceremonies, that is, the American Poker Awards and […]

Bet365’s First US Betting Shop to Go Live in New Jersey

New Jersey is set to host yet another world-class online casino operator thanks to a recent bid by the UK-based Bet365 to expands its gaming services in the United States. Last week, the casino operator announced that it had acquired a 19,000-square-foot offices space at the Two Greentree Center in Marlton, New Jersey which further […]

PartyPoker Launches New Twitch Channel, Puffs Up Team Online

Renowned online poker operator PartyPoker has been very busy solidifying its place in the United States’ poker industry over the past couple of months. While some of the company’s moves have been unprecedented, it goes without saying that they make total sense especially when viewed from a business perspective – these developments have not only […]

Online Poker in Limbo as DOJ Extends Compliance Deadline

The uncertainty surrounding the future of online poker in the United States remains for the foreseeable futures thanks to the recent 1961 Wire Act opinion reversal by the United States Department of Justice. Initially, the DOJ set the deadline for compliance with the revised opinion to April 15 but this has recently changed with the […]

West Virginian Reportedly Advancing Online Poker

On Friday, the West Virginia House of Representatives passed a bill that, if signed into law, would legalize online poker as well as other forms of online gaming in the state. After passing the House 72 to 22 without the vote of six representatives, the House Bill is now in the Senate where it is […]

PartyPoker’s New VIP Tier, Diamond Club Elite Now Live

When it comes to loyalty and VIP programs, most online poker rooms tend to focus more on rewarding their casual and recreational gamers. Not PartyPoker though – the leading online poker room has taken a rather different approach where instead of completely focusing on the low tier games, it targets the high-volume grinders. To further […]

New York Online Poker on the Sidelines Thanks to Study Bill

New Yorkers who looking forward to online poker being legalized in the state might be waiting even longer thanks to a new bill that seeks to study the effects of gambling. A00591, the bill in question, is seeking to “commission a statewide evaluation regarding the extent of gambling by New York state residents.” One of […]

PartyPoker Announces the Creation of Its First Player Panel

Lots of poker-related companies have been working very hard to promote the games in all parts of the world, but Partypoker, which is currently considered to be the leading player in the online poker industry, has certainly done much more to be where it is right now. A number of changes have been adopted and […]