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Tag: Gambling legislation

Caesars Entertainment Interactive, 888 Extend Licensing Deal to U.S.

888 Holdings and Caesars Interactive Entertainment announced they were extending their U.K. licensing agreement to the United States.

Playtech Announces Partnerships Ahead of New Gambling Markets

Playtech announced two new partnerships and the acquisition of a UK sportsbook developer as part of its new global strategy.

Will Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid Push Federal Online Poker Legislation in 2012?

A look at what Harry Reid's latest comments to GamblingCompliance.com could mean for federal online poker legislation.

Iowa Senator to Draft Bill for Intrastate Online Poker

Iowa Sen. Jeff Danielson says he plans to draft an Internet poker bill in Iowa sometime in the near future.

Online Poker: What to Look for in 2012

A look at what could be in store for online poker legislation in 2012.

Belgian Gaming Commission Approves PokerStars.be, Partouche.be and Casino777.be

The Belgian Gaming Commission announced that it three sites for real-money play and will block access to all other unauthorized sites.

The Insiders: Groupe Bernard Tapie Lawyer, Behnam Dayanim

Behnam Dayanim, the U.S.-based lawyer for GBT, discusses the Full Tilt Poker acquisition.

A Look at the Nevada Gaming Commission's Online Poker Regulations

A look at the regulations that the Nevada Gaming Commission recently passed regarding online poker.

U.S. Department of Justice Opinion: Wire Act Only Applies to Sports Betting (UPDATED)

The United States Department of Justice has changed its stance on the Wire Act, which could affect online poker.

No End-of-Year Fireworks for Federal Online Poker Legislation in the United States

The opportunity to pass legislation to license and regulate online poker in 2011 has passed.

Why Has Co-Sponsorship on Joe Barton's Internet Poker Bill Stalled?

Joe Barton believes his Internet poker bill can get through the House, but why does it have so few co-sponsors?

PokerStars Among 38 Operators Granted Online Gaming Licenses in Denmark

PokerStars, 888, bwin.party, PKR and Unibet were among the 38 operators awarded online gambling licenses in Denmark.

Inside Gaming: Japan Reconsiders Casinos, Vegas Revenue Rebounding, and More

Japanese legislators are changing their minds about casinos, Las Vegas casinos put up impressive numbers in October, and Majestic Star emerged from bankruptcy.

Adelson Morally Opposes Internet Gambling; PPA Urges Players to Take Action

Sheldon Adelson recently stated he was morally opposed to Internet gambling. The Poker Players Alliance is urging players to voice their disapproval.

The Weekly Turbo: Facebook Considers Online Gambling, Barney Frank to Retire, and More

The Weekly Turbo is bringing you the week's top poker news stories including Facebook's plans to offer real-money gambling, Barney Frank's retirement announcement, and more.

Exclusive Interview with Congressman Joe Barton

Joe Barton discusses online poker legislation.

Inside Gaming: MA Gov. Signs Casino Law, Cantor Countersued, and More

Massachusetts is now officially a casino state, Cantor Gaming's legal drama continues, and Margaritaville moves to Louisiana.

Internet Poker Hearings Give Reason for Optimism

A recap of the Internet poker hearings that took place on Capitol Hill on Nov. 17 and Nov. 18, 2011.

PPA Chairman Al D'Amato Among Witnesses in This Week's Internet Poker Hearings

A look at the witness list for the congressional hearings on Internet poker. Among those on the list are Al D'Amato, chairman of the Poker Players Alliance.

Inside Gaming Breaking News: MA Passes Casino Bill, Caesars IPO, and More

Mass. passes a bill allowing for 3 casino-resorts, Caesars restarts the IPO process, and the Cosmopolitan wows visitors but can't seem to take their money at the tables.

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