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  1. Resorts Plans to Bring Both PokerStars and Full Tilt Brands to New Jersey Market

    Posted By Nick Jones on Monday 23rd of June 2014 at Poker Fuse

    Industry: NJ DGE “optimistic” license could be issued by this fall.Atlantic City casino Resorts has welcomed the recent news of Amaya’s acquisition of PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker, and plans to used both brands in the online gaming market pending regulatory approval...

  2. Resorts Casino Signs Deal with Sportech and NYX Gaming for Licensed Online Gambling

    Posted By Steve Larson on Sunday 22nd of June 2014 at Legal US poker sites

    Resorts Casino Hotel signed a deal with European gaming software firms Sportech and NYX Gaming to join the online gambling niche in New Jersey. The two new partners are expected to work with PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker to provide world class support for the Resort Casino Online...

  3. Bovada Halts New Online Poker Signups from Nevada, Delaware

    Posted By Haley Hintze on Saturday 21st of June 2014 at 4Flush

    Bovada, the US-facing skin of Bodog, has quietly stopped accepting new player signups from the US states of Nevada and Delaware.  The addition of the two states to Bovada’s exclusion list brings the total to five states that are no longer able to register to play on the largest US-facing offshore site, which offers a […]

  4. INSIDE GAMING: PokerStars Deal Made with Eye on California

    Posted By Howard Stutz on Saturday 21st of June 2014 at Online Poker Report

    INSIDE GAMING: PokerStars Deal Made with Eye on California PokerStars hasn't yet been granted entrance into the regulated US online poker market. Can a recently announced deal with Amaya clear a path for the room? The post INSIDE GAMING: PokerStars Deal Made with Eye on California appeared first on Online Poker Report.

  5. Online Poker Traffic Surges at WSOP.com in Nevada

    Posted on Saturday 21st of June 2014 at Poker News

    Traffic at WSOP.com in Nevada has surged since the 2014 World Series of Poker kicked off in May.  Share: Facebook Twitter Google+   

  6. Winners and Losers in the Amaya Gaming / PokerStars Deal

    Posted By John Mehaffey on Friday 20th of June 2014 at NJ Poker Online

    The biggest online poker news since Black Friday has Amaya Gaming acquiring PokerStars and affiliated companies in a deal worth $4.9 billion, pending approval from Amaya shareholders. There are many rumors swirling about what the future may hold...

  7. Legal Internet Poker Bill Introduced to Pennsylvania State Senate

    Posted By Steve Larson on Friday 20th of June 2014 at Legal US poker sites

    A bill which would legalize online poker in Pennsylvania was introduced to the legislature yesterday. State Senators Edwin Erickson (R) and Bob Mensch (R) co-sponsored the bill. The new law would make online poker sites, if they obtained a license from the state...

  8. Another Win for Regulated Markets as Bovada Pulls Out of Nevada

    Posted By Steve Ruddock on Friday 20th of June 2014 at Nevada Poker Reviews

    The largest unregulated online poker site in the US, Bovada (part of the Bodog Network), has just announced it will no longer be accepting new players or new deposits from the states of Nevada and Delaware...

  9. California iGaming Weekly Review: The True Agendas of PokerStars and its Opponents

    Posted By Robert DellaFave on Friday 20th of June 2014 at California Gambler

    How does the Amaya acquistion affect the stalemate over the bad actor clause in California iPoker legislation? Our expert provides his opinion and more.

  10. Online Gambling Expansion Pushed Back in Massachusetts

    Posted By Sadonna Price on Friday 20th of June 2014 at 4Flush

    Massachusetts State Senator Michael F. Rush presented a budgetary amendment to the state senate recently which would have expanded online gambling in the state, but this amendment was rejected by the Senate during budget deliberations...

  11. Comparing the New Jersey Poker Bonuses

    Posted By John Mehaffey on Thursday 19th of June 2014 at US Poker

    There are six online poker sites in New Jersey. Two share the same platform. Each site offers its own set of promotions.  The first offer players must consider when creating an account at a New Jersey poker site is how much the first deposit bonus is and how it clears...

  12. PokerStars Licensing Talks Resume in New Jersey

    Posted By Nick Jones on Thursday 19th of June 2014 at Poker Fuse

    Law and Regulation: DGE to discuss with Amaya the reactivation of PokerStars’ online gaming application—their best shot at a fast return of the PokerStars online poker brand to the US market...

  13. Amaya and NJ to Begin PokerStars Licensing Talks on Thursday

    Posted By compncards on Thursday 19th of June 2014 at US Poker

    It appears that Amaya is wasting little time in beginning the process of getting PokerStars licensed for New Jersey. According to The Big Story, talks between the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement and Amaya will begin tomorrow...

  14. Harvard Law Professor Assesses Bad Actor Clauses as iPoker Talks Cool Off

    Posted By Steve Ruddock on Wednesday 18th of June 2014 at California Gambler

    In a press release issued on Tuesday, Laurence H. Tribe, Professor of Constitutional Law at Harvard Law School, who has been retained by PokerStars to lobby on their behalf in California, concluded “that the ‘bad actor’ provisions in two proposed iPoker bills in the California Legislature likely violate the U...

  15. New Jersey Gamblers Want to Stay in Atlantic City, Says Poll

    Posted By Jennifer Newell on Wednesday 18th of June 2014 at NJ Poker Online

    Most New Jersey gamblers embrace their Atlantic City casinos and the ability to play any type of casino game without much travel. Atlantic City prides itself on its tourism but remains a special place for the gamblers of the state...

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