Online Poker in Connecticut

Constitution State

Regulated Online Poker Connecticut. Internet gaming is prohibited by the current laws in Connecticut and there is no interest to fully regulate online poker by state officials. On the other hand, Foxwoods Resort Casino and GameAccount Network, which is one of Europe's leading Internet gaming system and software providers did sign an agreement in 2013. They say that they'll focus on play money online gaming to start with, but they will offer real money play in the event that real money wagering gets legalized. Since Foxwoods are and have been fighting with financial trouble recent years, they've become a pushing force in the aim to regulate online poker. If Connecticut ever gets there they'll probably join an interstate network in time to ensure player liquidity.

Online Poker Status
    Regulated online poker is under consideration in this state
Population 21 or older 2.5 Million
Proportion of total US population 1.18%
Live Poker Yes
Estimated year for online regulation 2018
Probability - Interstate agreement 70%

Top Poker News & Articles for Connecticut

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Connecticut, Massachusetts jump into US Online Poker Discussion

Right now, California, New York and Pennsylvania are all very serious about passing online poker bills in the near future. But what states can we expect to follow suit after these three? Well, there are quite a few US states that have discussed iGaming, but Connecticut and Massachusetts have suddenly jumped to the forefront. That […]

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