Nevada’s online poker regime collected $985,000 in revenue during July, the second best month ever behind June’s $1,037,000.
Category: Poker NewsJohn Lathram
Citing the potential loss of millions of dollars of revenue in online lottery ticket sales, the Georgia Lottery is opposed to anti-igaming efforts.
The National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) has formally approved a resolution opposing any federal ban on online gambling.
Online poker revenue increased in Delaware for the month of July, posting a gain of 23% when compared to the previous month.
Online poker player traffic in Nevada continues to fluctuate as Ultimate Poker has made strides recently in obtaining a larger piece of the market share.
Sometime next week, PrivateTable.com will be offering real-money online poker to players within the state of California.
Owners of the Revel Casino in Atlantic City still hold onto hope that a buyer will be found, but have announced a closing date of Sept. 2.
Casino closings and declining revenue have prompted New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to schedule a September summit to discuss Atlantic City’s future.
Poker media have been agog over the impact that PokerStars may have in New Jersey once gaming regulators approve an online gaming license.
Following the launch of online gambling schemes in three states in 2013, many had speculated that California would be next to join the party in 2014.
A bankruptcy auction among bidders of the Revel Casino that was set for Thursday, Aug. 7 has been postponed for a week to further analyze bids.