Monthly Archives: December 2015

2015 Recap of New Jersey Online Gaming

After launching in late 2013, the New Jersey online gaming market had its struggles. Much of these struggles were attributed to credit-card rejections, geolocation difficulties and a lack of market awareness. But 2015 brought some promising signs for New Jersey iGaming, both in terms of revenue and future growth. That said, let’s look back over […]

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Pennsylvania Online Poker won’t happen in 2016

There was plenty of optimism that Pennsylvania would legalize online poker in 2015. This was especially the case when House Bill HB649 passed a Gaming Oversight Committee vote by an 18-8 margin. Unfortunately, it appears that efforts to regulate online gaming this year have failed in the Keystone State. Let’s continue discussing why the legislation […]

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PPA wants to join Kentucky Lawsuit against PokerStars – Here’s why

The Commonwealth of Kentucky has launched a lawsuit against PokerStars and certain affiliates. The suit seeks tens of millions of dollars in losses for Kentucky online poker players who played at PokerStars from 2006-2011. And perhaps the most-interesting aspect of this lawsuit is that the Poker Players Alliance (PPA) — a lobbying group that seeks […]

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Nevada Online Poker 2014

Nevada Attorney General supports iPoker Ban – Questions surround his Stance

 Being from Nevada—a state with legal online poker—you’d think that Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt would support online gaming. However, during an appearance on “Ralston Live,” Laxalt discussed how he actually supports the Restoration of America’s Wire Act (RAWA), which would ban iGaming on a federal level. Furthermore, he wants other state attorney generals to […]

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How iPoker will help with Pennsylvania’s $2.3b Deficit

Pennsylvania has become increasingly concerned with their state deficit in recent years. And there’s good reason for this too because the figure has ballooned to almost $2.3 billion. That said, the Keystone State is eyeing online gaming as a way to generate additional tax revenue and cut down their $1.9b deficit. And the good news […]

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