World Series of Poker (WSOP) recently made official announcements regarding the poker operator’s plan to merge its Delaware, New Jersey, and Nevada players as from May 1. The latter two have been operating their own online poker networks independently for about five years now but thanks to Multi-State Internet Gaming Association’s (MSIGA) framework, they will […]
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Citing the need for the implementation of precautionary measures, PokerStars will no longer offer free online poker to Washington state residents. This was officially confirmed last Wednesday when the Washington State Gambling Commission announced that a number of social gaming websites, PokerStars included, “have proactively made the business decision to deny Washington residents access to […]
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has some more good news for companies that are looking to get a piece of Pennsylvania’s gambling market. In an announcement that was made on Tuesday, the PGCB confirmed that the interested casino operators can start submitting Interactive Gaming License Applications on June 4. The interested parties will have […]
Since the first tournament of the World Series of Poker Circuit kicked off back at the beginning of March at the King’s Casino in Rozvodav, the Czech Republic, the most anticipated tournament has been the main event. The Spring Festival’s Main Event begun officially last Friday and it will be continuing over a four-day span […]
As anyone would expect of humanity, readings from a 2017 World Economic Forum reveal that when it comes to parity if pay between the sexes, both the United States and the United Kingdom have moved backwards and in a significant way. Thanks to poker, the playing field can be said to have been levelled so […]
In an unexpected turn of events, it looks like Las Vegas Sands Corp. will no longer be extending its reach to Pennsylvania. In an auction held on Wednesday morning, the owner of the Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem was awarded a license for Pennsylvania’s fourth mini-casino. Sands Casino submitted the winning bid of $9.9 million for […]