Tag Archives: iGaming

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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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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Sen. Marco Rubio wants iGaming banned – But thinks Poker is Okay

Florida Senator and presidential candidate Marco Rubio is not a big fan of online gaming. In fact, the Republican has co-sponsored the Restoration of America’s Wire Act (RAWA), which seeks to ban iGaming on a federal level. But interestingly enough, he seems perfectly fine with the idea of online poker. Let’s discuss exactly why Rubio […]

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Poll on whether Pennsylvania should legalize Online Poker

Pennsylvania has suddenly jumped to the forefront of states that are looking to legalize online gaming. And it seems that the Keystone State’s politicians are certainly interested in using iGaming to help shore up their $1.2 billion budget deficit. But what about Pennsylvania residents? Are they just as gung-ho about having legal online poker and […]

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3 Reasons why California won’t legalize iPoker – 1 Reason why they might

California recently held another hearing on online poker, where policy makers and various gaming interests discussed the matter. Overall, there were no tremendous breakthroughs that indicate the state is ready to legalize the game in the near future. In fact, there were three ugly issues that were a theme throughout the hearing; luckily, there was […]

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PokerStars strikes back with California Radio Ad

There are plenty of tribal gaming interests that would love to keep PokerStars out of California. However, the world’s largest poker site is definitely not going to let this happen without a fight. Not long after launching the website Californians4ipoker.com, which seeks to educate Golden State residents on poker, Stars is now running a radio […]

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