Tag: Poker Ban

Graham, Sessions Give Internet Gaming a Chance to React

The Department of Justice generally conducts its business behind the scenes, where the influence of Adelson is at its most dangerous, and then springs results on the public. Not this time.

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.

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.

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.

Russian Region Seeks To Fine Online Gamblers

Russian legislators in Tatarstan introduce a bill that would fine customers of unregulated online gaming sites.

Taxation May Lead the Way To Online Poker Legislation in Russia

Due to the ongoing financial crisis in Russia, many industry analysts believe that online poker could become legalized and regulated in the country.

Russia Is Considering the Legalization of Online Poker

Russia is considering to allow its 144 million residents to legally play online poker.

Chaffetz Drops Speaker of House Bid & Arizona AG Mark Brnovich Speaks Out Against RAWA

Arizona's Attorney General Mark Brnovich and National Fraternal Order of Police send letters opposing Restoration of America's Wire Act.

Switzerland To Regulate Online Gaming and Immediately Repeal Ban

Switzerland introduced a draft law to create a new online gaming licensing regime and to immediately repeal the ban of online gaming.

Russia Introduces Legislation to Potentially Prohibit Online Gaming Transactions

Russia introduces a Finance Bill which if passed could prohibit banks from processing online gaming transactions.

Coalition Led by Center for Freedom and Prosperity Oppose RAWA in Letter to Congress

A coalition consisting of the Center for Freedom and Prosperity and 11 other organizations sent a letter to Congress opposing RAWA.

Gaming in Germany: “It Is High Time That The State Treaty On Gambling Be Revised”

The European Commission questions Germany about its online gaming marketplace.

PokerStars and Players React to Pot-Limit Omaha Bot Scandal

PokerStars and poker players react to a suspected PLO bot ring that won an estimated $1.5 million.

Max Silver Talks Aria $25K High Roller VIII Win and $125 Nightly Party Crasher

On Friday, Max Silver took down the Aria $25,000 High Roller VIII, but amid controversy as a player from the $125 nightly found his way into the tournament.

Italy Considering Restricting Gaming Commercials To Be Shown Only After Midnight

Italian authorities are considering limiting gaming related commercials on television to be shown only after midnight.

Morgan Stanley: Delay in US Gambling Legislation to Cost Billions

Morgan Stanley decided to cut the estimate of the US online gambling market by half, removing billions of dollars from the projection.

PPA Reaction To RAWA Hearing and Thoughts Going Forward

The Poker Players Alliance gives reaction to RAWA hearing and thoughts going forward.

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