With just over a week remaining in the legislative session, the chances of regulated online gambling in New York getting the green light this year are fading.
Here you find the latest online poker news.
BetOnline Poker has just released the schedule for its one-hundred-event $120,000 guaranteed Micro Series that starts next week and runs until 30th June.
Bovada Poker has added an extra buy-in level to its suite of Jackpot Sit & Go games with a unique prize structure in honor of the WSOP´s fiftieth anniversary.
A dispute about whether slot games should be included in the state´s iGaming proposals has halted progress towards regulated online gambling in Michigan.
Apple’s updated App Store Review Guidelines could handicap the ability of some gambling operators to provide a service to iPhone and iPad users.
Questions remain about how the DOJ might enforce the Wire Act after a New Hampshire District Judge granted declaratory relief to the NH Lottery Commission.
Not only are anti-gambling groups filing lawsuits to prevent unconstitutional expansions of gambling, online operators are now squaring up against each other.
Despite there being more than 800 pages to the new gambling law passed by Illinois’ legislature at the weekend, there is no room for online poker.
The latest on the New Hampshire/DOJ Wire Act court case is that there is little chance of the case being resolved before the end of the non-prosecution period.
In an op-ed published in the Detroit News, former NJ Gov. Chris Christie has told Michigan´s legislators to “follow our example” for regulated online gambling.