Tag Archives: Online Gaming

10 States that could legalize Online Poker in 2016

 A new year is upon us, which means that there’s a fresh opportunity for more states to legalize and regulate online poker. But which states are most serious about legalizing iPoker in 2016? Let’s take a look at 10 states below that could possibly regulate online poker and casino games. Pennsylvania Pennsylvania kept iGaming enthusiasts […]

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Offshore Online Poker Sites make Gains in 2015

  If ever there were a reason for more U.S. states to legalize online poker, it’s the fact that offshore sites are reaping millions of dollars that could be lining state coffers. This was made perfectly clear in 2015, as offshore iPoker sites made huge strides. That said, let’s discuss which black-market poker rooms in […]

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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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3 Things that must happen for US Online Poker to improve before 2016

It can be said with a fair amount of confidence that regulated US online poker has not gotten off to a great start. In New Jersey, the biggest state offering iPoker, the most-recent revenue report from April 2015 shows that online poker revenue has fallen over 30% to $1.98 million. The glaringly obvious problem here […]

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New Jersey

New Jersey Online Gaming hits Record-high $13.16m in March

Could New Jersey iGaming finally be turning the corner? Maybe so since the market experienced its biggest revenue haul ever after netting $13.16 million in March. This is up about 10% from March of last year, when the market collectively earned $11.87 million. Let’s continue discussing the good news here by breaking down the numbers, […]

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2015 RAWA targeting both Online Poker and Social Gaming

In Sheldon Adelson’s vision of a perfect world, we’d all be using boxy Apple computers again with no commercial internet access. But since that’s not the case, the Las Vegas Sands Chairman has renewed his campaign to make online gaming illegal throughout the United States. One of his lackeys, Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), reintroduced the […]

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From Felony to Legal? Washington State Online Poker a Possibility

Up until now, Washington state has been the least-hospitable place for US iPoker players. After all, Washington is currently the only state in America where it’s a felony to play online poker. But in what could be a remarkable turn of events, the Evergreen State may be considering the game. Bill HB 1114, introduced by […]

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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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California Suing Santa Ysabel Tribe Over Online Gaming Site

California may not have legalized online gaming yet, but the Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel tribe wasn’t waiting around. They recently launched a real money bingo site (DesertRoseBingo.com) for California residents, claiming that their sovereign rights allow them to do so. But California’s Attorney General, Kamala Harris, says not so fast while leveling a lawsuit […]

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