Regulated online poker in the state of New Jersey took a fall in April as revenue totaled $1.9 million, down from $2.2 million in March.
Category: Poker NewsJohn Lathram
A new credit card code that went into effect last month that identified deposits made at legal igaming sites has not fully swayed banks to accept the deposits.
The prospect of online poker regulation spreading throughout the U.S. does not look promising when a key Nevada lawmaker is against it.
In late March, Amaya CEO David Baazov indicated that he expects PokerStars to receive the approval of New Jersey gaming regulators during Q3 of this year.
The Full Tilt remission process finds another 2,000 players in line for reimbursement of around $4 million that should arrive by the end of August.
The U.S.-friendly Winning Poker Network (WPN) is offering $150,000 guaranteed over 57 tournaments that require no buy-in and are totally free!
While regulated online poker in California continues to be stymied by the gaming interests involved, progress may come in the form of legislative hearings.
Online poker revenue in the state of Delaware increased 26% in March, following a robust 25% spike in earnings the previous month.
Casinos in New Jersey that run online poker and gambling sites are counting on the implementation of a new credit card code to increase revenue.
U.S. online poker advocates can rejoice in the fact that efforts to regulate the game have taken a turn for the better.
The Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) industry appears to be growing as the two main operators, FanDuel and DraftKings, compete for market share.