Kentucky

Kentucky’s Online Poker and Gambling Bill Pushed Forward

Kentucky’s Online Poker and Gambling Bill Pushed Forward

It has been quite an eventful year for the gambling industry in the United States. It is now almost one year since the Supreme Court lifted the federal ban on sports betting and since then a decent number of states have already legalized sports wagering within their territories. In addition to that, many states have […]

Gambling Expansion in Kentucky May Still Be Possible

Gambling Expansion in Kentucky May Still Be Possible

Needless to say, there has been massive gambling expansion in the United States and one of the primary motivations behind that is the massive impact that gaming can have on the local state economies. Some states were quick to capitalize on the opportunity but a few others are still mulling over bills and regulatory legislation […]

Kentucky Appeals Court Overturns Ruling Against PokerStars

Kentucky Appeals Court Overturns Ruling Against PokerStars

A Kentucky appeals court has recently overturned what is considered to be the largest ruling against a company in the history of the state. The three-judge appeals court panel voted to release the Stars Group, formerly PokerStars, from an $870 million judgment that was awarded back in 2015 by a trial judge. Franklin Circuit Judge […]

Will Kentucky Say Hello to Online Poker?

Will Kentucky Say Hello to Online Poker?

It turns out that online poker could be the missing link to bring a new lease of life to the limping pension system of Kentucky. For one thing, legalizing commercial gaming will stimulate gambling money expenditure and in turn, benefit the state’s gross revenue according to attorney general Andy Beshear. In the face of former […]