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


New Jersey & Nevada Shared Online Poker Pool

Back in February, Delaware and Nevada formed a pact to share their online poker pools. This was a landmark deal because Delaware and Nevada became the first two states to agree on sharing player liquidity. But while this was definitely a joyous time in US online gaming history, one thing was noticeably missing from the agreement: New Jersey.

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Despite Online Poker Struggles, Delaware’s June iGaming Revenue up 7%

The latest numbers released by the Delaware Lottery show that the state’s online gaming revenue experienced a 7.14% increase in June. The state’s iGaming operation took in $187,994 in June, compared to $175,410 in May. Online casino games saw a massive 124% spike after generating $162,337 in June revenue, compared to $72,537 in May. This […]

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Nevada Okays Linking System That Could Start Interstate Poker

InterState Poker has been working between two states recently; for the past few months, Delaware and Nevada have had an agreement in place that allows both states to share online poker player pools. Of course, these things take time so no major steps have been completed in the process of linking their players pools up […]

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Churchill Downs Badly Wants Into US Online Gaming Market

When it comes to US online gaming, Kentucky have never exactly been the biggest proponent of the activity. In fact, Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear famously attempted to seize 141 internet-gaming domain names back in 2008. But not everybody in the Bluegrass State is staunchly opposed to online gambling. Churchill Downs CEO Bob Evans is one […]

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