U.S. online poker advocates can rejoice in the fact that efforts to regulate the game have taken a turn for the better.
Category: Poker NewsJohn Lathram
The Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) industry appears to be growing as the two main operators, FanDuel and DraftKings, compete for market share.
Yesterday marked the start of the Winning Poker Network’s High Five Tournament Series that will run through Sunday, April 12.
Pennsylvania Rep. Tina Davis introduced online gambling legislation this week, the third such bill now under consideration by state lawmakers.
Morgan Stanley, the highly-respected financial services outfit, has revised its previous estimate of online gambling growth in the U.S. by almost half.
Texas Representative Joe Barton, who introduced federal online poker legislation in 2013, is preparing to do so again this year.
Last week’s launch of interstate online poker between Nevada and Delaware has caused traffic to rise considerably in both states – especially Delaware.
U.S. online poker players have an opportunity this Sunday to win prize packages valued at $3,500 for the Beach Poker Classic in St. Maarten.
Regulated online poker in the U.S. made history yesterday as Nevada and Delaware began combining player pools.
The congressional hearing on the Restoration of Americas Wire Act (RAWA) has been pushed up a day to Wednesday, March 25.
The Winning Poker Network (WPN) has announced the return of its High Five Tournament Series beginning on April 8 and running five days through the 12th.