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Tag: Gambling legislation

California Online Poker Bill Will Try to Tackle Suitability Again

California's at it again, trying to legislate online poker and satisfy interested parties.

Pennsylvania Bill Could Fill Budget with Online Gaming

Pennsylvania Sen. Jay Costa believes the Senate is ready to address online gaming.

Chasing Chips in the Lone Star State, Part II

PokerNews looks at the new trend of private membership clubs and poker's future in Texas.

'Game of Skill' Arguments Hitting New York, India

This gaming buzz phrase makes poker players everywhere roll their eyes.

First partypoker LIVE Million National to Take Place in Russia

The partypoker LIVE Million National begins March 12 in Russia at the Sochi Casino and Resort. Its qualifiers start Jan. 22.

NJ Senator Responds to Jeff Sessions’ Potential Threat to Online Gaming

Attorney General Nominee Jeff Sessions reinterpreting the DOJ memorandum may now a bigger threat than Congress in regards to a federal online gaming ban.

888poker Exits Australia and Slovenia

A proposed amendment to the Interactive Gambling Act of 2001 may have forced 888poker's withdrawal from Australia.

SuperSport Becomes First Licensed Online Poker Room in Croatia

SuperSport Head of Poker Vedran Katic talks about the company's new online poker room in Croatia.

The Weekly Turbo: GPI Crazy and 2017 Predictions

This Weekly Turbo features David Peters beasting the GPI, 2017 poker reflections and revelations about the online gambling industry.

U.S. Online Gambling Progress Carries Over into 2017

This first part of this year could be monumental for online gambling.

Online Gambling in the U.S. in 2016: The Battle Isn't Over

Congress passed its final bills of 2016, but there may still be a chance for online gambling legislation in the coming year.

Japan May Pass a Bill to Permit Land-Based Casinos

Lawmakers in Japan may pass a bill to legalize casinos in the country by December 14.

The 2016 Presidential Election May Not Affect Online Poker

The 2016 presidential election may not impact the future of online poker, with both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton focusing their efforts on other issues.

Merger Discussions Between Amaya and William Hill Aborted, PokerStars Responds to 'Inaccuracies'

Merger discussions between Amaya and William Hill have been terminated. Amaya reacts to "inaccuracies" reported during the discussions.

Dreams of a California Online Poker Bill Passing in 2016 Are Dead

It's been a long road for online poker in California, but after much back and forth there will be no bill passing in 2016.

Could Casinos Be Coming to Japan? The Odds are Increasing.

Due to a change in politics, the odds of Japan allowing integrated casino resorts climbs to better than 50 percent.

Quebec Ban of Online Gaming Sites To Be Challanged In Court

The Government of Quebec passed a law to ban online gaming sites but a Canadian lobby is challenging the law in Quebec Superior Court.

Borgata Booms: The Story Behind the East Coast's Premier Poker Destination

The story behind Borgata, the East Coast's premier poker destination.

Online Gaming Bill Passes in the Dutch Lower House

The Dutch Lower House passes an online gaming bill which calls for restrictive taxes.

New Jersey and the United Kingdom Agree in Principle to Share Online Poker Liquidity

New Jersey and the United Kingdom reach an agreement in principle to share online poker liquidity.