An independent task force has been established in Mississippi for the purpose of studying both online gambling and wagering on sporting events.
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The National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) has voiced its opposition to the recently introduced federal proposal seeking to ban online gambling.
An online poker bill recently introduced in New York has the support of voters and may help to sway lawmakers in approving the measure.
Carbon Poker has removed the option of seeing who has registered for a Sit n Go game to eliminate extreme game selection – more commonly known as “Bumhunting”
Full Flush Poker has rolled out a new series of deposit bonuses and add-on bonuses for April, along with some additions to its existing tournament schedule.
Recent reports that Internet service provider Comcast had been blocking its customers from logging on to Bovada have proven erroneous.
A report earlier this year stated that up to 10 states were considering igaming legislation in 2014, but several are instead taking a “wait and see” approach.
California Indian tribes have been divided on the particulars of online poker legislation except when it comes to keeping certain gaming interests out.
As the regulated online poker market in Nevada approaches its one-year anniversary, traffic at both WSOP.com and Ultimate Poker has dropped considerably.
Lock Poker is restyling its monthly rake race competition and reformatting its deposit bonuses in an attempt to revive its fortunes and attract new players.