Last week, Gordon Vayo was probably best known for his runner-up finish in the 2016 WSOP Main Event. Today, Vayo is known as the poker player that is suing PokerStars.
The first ever tri-state shared player pool online poker games launched in New Jersey, Nevada, and Delaware on Monday night. One day earlier than planned.
It’s shaping up to be a very lucrative and eventful summer for online poker players. WSOP.com announced it will be offering $15 million in guaranteed events between May and September.
Earlier this month, tax revenue from online poker failed to make it into the New York state budget. At the time, it seemed there was little hope for the legalization of online poker.
Gaming regulators in Pennsylvania have finally decided not to limit the number of skins each online casino license in the state can offer.
Louisiana is currently considering a future with legalized online gambling. It just needs to dig itself out of the past first when it comes to casino regulation.
New Jersey is an online casino success story but given the interest in Pennsylvania, could its iGaming industry be even bigger?
After years of fighting to keep PokerStars out of the US marketplace, the American Gaming Association lets its parent company on its Board of Directors.
Nine states have already legalized some form of online gambling, and it looks like a few more could join the list in 2018.