Poker News

Here you find the latest online poker news.

Lock Poker Pros Removed From Site

US friendly Lock Poker has removed the ‘Lock Pros’ tab from its site, likely meaning that the site has distanced itself from any pro sponsorship alliances.

Online Poker Bills in California Dead For Now

Two previously introduced online poker bills in California have likely reached their demise, with resubmitted proposals expected in February.

Devils/Sixers ink sponsorship with NJ.PartyPoker

The new partnership between the New Jersey Devils, Philadelphia 76ers and marks an unprecedented first on US soil.

PartyPoker and Borgata Go Mobile

Joining and in Apple’s official app store is and

PokerStars Continues to Pursue Investment Opportunities in US Markets

Despite the suspension of its online application by the DGE, the Rational Group is confident it will gain a foothold in the US soon.

Impressive Revenue Estimates for Online Poker in California

California lawmakers have been looking at Internet poker legislation for several years and approval has remained elusive.

Golden Nugget Approved for New Jersey Online Gaming

New Jersey’s Department of Gaming Enforcement has giving the Golden Nugget the green light to conduct iGaming operations in the Garden State.

Pennsylvania Senate to Take a Concerted Look at Internet Gambling

Senators from Pennsylvania have agreed to study the “current condition and future viability” of online gaming within the state.

PokerStars’ Online Gambling License Application Denied in New Jersey

Gaming regulators in New Jersey made a bold decision to suspend PokerStars’ online gambling license application for a period of two years.

Witnesses Named for Online Gambling Hearing

A House subcommittee has released a list of those who will testify at tomorrow’s hearing that will look at the online gambling regulatory landscape in the U.S.

PPA Invited to Testify at Online Gambling Subcommittee Hearing

The Poker Players Alliance (PPA) has been invited to testify at an online gambling hearing before a House subcommittee on Tuesday, December 10, 2013.