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Millennials Set to Be the Driving Force of US Online Poker

Following the United States Supreme Court ruling that paved that paved the way for the legalization sports betting, the states have the power to whether a sports betting industry would be good for them or not. A number of states are expected to lean towards a regulated sports betting industry, but even then there is […]

New Pennsylvania Mini-Casino Could Save a Historic Landmark

Penn National Gaming, which claimed the first casino license auction with a winning bid of $50.1 million, might be just what the state needs to save a historic house in York County. The historic house, which is known as the Mifflin House, was part of the Underground Railroad in the 1800s and lies with the […]

Xpress Sports Virtual Betting Coming to Pennsylvania

Customers of the Pennsylvania Lottery have had a lot of new offerings to enjoy this year thanks to the approvals that were part of the 2017 gaming package. The lottery has begun expanding its library of offerings, a process that kicked off with the statewide rollout of Keno to a number of retail locations. Now, […]

You Can Now Play Pennsylvania Lottery’s New Keno Game

A week ago the Pennsylvania Lottery unveiled a new Keno game as part of the state newest gambling expansion option. According to the lottery’s officials, the fast-paced game with drawings every four minutes has been selling briskly at Pennsylvania Lottery retailers statewide. The game starts at $1 with players choosing up to 10 numbers, or […]

Behold, the Return of Online Poker to the United States

Online poker is finally making its long-awaited comeback to the United States. Even though there is still plenty more to be done before the industry regains its former glory, the May 1 development made the situation way better than it was a couple of years ago. Last Tuesday, became the first online poker operator […]

Pennsylvania Launches Regulated Daily Fantasy Sports Market

Having long been a legal gray area in many parts of the United States, daily fantasy sports has finally been fully legalized in the state of Pennsylvania with the only catch being a 15 percent tax on the revenue of each of the operators. This particular move is part of the larger statewide gaming expansion […]

Lowering Online Poker Stakes Using Blockchain Technology

Everyone knows that online poker has always had a trust problem owing to multiple cases of misconduct by the operators. Fortunately, thanks to the wonder that is blockchain technology, a solution to this problem may finally be on the horizon. Virtue Poker, a blockchain-powered poker operator that is currently holding a token sale to fund […]

Poker Stars Dan Bilzerian and Doug Polk Feud over Crypto

A tweet from Dan Bilzerian that initially seemed to be harmless has marked the beginning of yet another Twitter feud within the cryptocurrency and poker community. Both poker stars are cryptocurrency investors with large social media following but their approaches to the trade differ significantly. While Doug Polk prefers to invest in crypto for the […]

Pennsylvanian Casinos Can Now Petition for Gambling Licenses

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board as finally announced that the 90-day window for online gambling license petitions is now open for the Keystone state’s casinos. According to Doug Harbach, Pennsylvania Gaming Control Boards’ director of communications, current license holders are now able to petition the board for the state’s interactive gaming certificates. Initially, the opening […]

Pennsylvania Could Double Player Pool in Interstate Poker

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 […]