Online Poker in Delaware

The First State

Regulated Online Poker Delaware. Nevada and Delaware have joined forces and signed an interstate agreement in February 2014 to allow shared player pools. Obviously, the two small states have trouble with player liquidity. Future will tell if more states will join the same network.

Online Poker Status
    Regulated online poker is available in this state
Population 21 or older 0.6 Million
Proportion of total US population 0.29%
Live Poker Yes
Estimated year for online regulation Regulated online poker since 2013
Probability - Interstate agreement 100%

Top Poker News & Articles for Delaware


Delaware Online Poker Success shows Interstate Pacts work

The unrealistic expectations for regulated US online poker are long gone, and analysts realize that this is going to be a long process. However, one state that’s showing some promise in recent months is Delaware since their iPoker revenue has increased for three straight months. And this is quite impressive, given that warmer months are […]

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3 Reasons why Delaware/Nevada Online Poker Pooling has Underperformed

The good news is that Delaware and Nevada are finally sharing online poker players over a year after signing an interstate compact. The bad news is that this union has done very little to increase either state’s internet poker traffic. Here’s a quick look at how the Multi-State Poker Network (MSPN) has performed, according to […]

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Nevada, Delaware could be sharing Online Poker Players in 1 Month

It’s not the earth-shattering partnership that’s going to bring millions of people into the US iGaming market…but Delaware and Nevada are set to begin sharing online poker players soon, which is still exciting news nonetheless. The two states signed an interstate pact in February 2014 to share their iPoker player pools. It’s taken a lot […]

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No New States Offering US Online Poker Until 2016?

Following 2013 – when Delaware, New Jersey and Nevada launched iGaming operations – there were high hopes that more states would enter the US online poker market in 2014. However, it’s easy to see that this past year was a bust as we enter 2015. So what can we look forward to in the near future on the online gaming front?

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Delaware Online Poker Experiences 24% Surge in August

The Delaware Lottery released its August iGaming figures, and the results for poker were very encouraging. Delaware’s online poker sites pulled in $38,655, which was a 24% increase from July. Given Delaware’s relatively small population (917,000), $38.6k isn’t a bad haul. Overall iGaming Revenue stays flat Online casino games have previously received most of the […]

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