Indiana´s Online Gambling Bill Races Ahead

A Bill intended to legalize online betting on horseracing has passed through Indiana´s lower chamber by a substantial majority – without even being debated.

Delaware-Nevada Compact to Go Live Within Weeks

Online poker players in Delaware and Nevada will soon be able to compete against each other according to a report in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

ACR Uses Black Humor to Announce next Winning Millions

After a successful conclusion to last Sunday´s “Winning Millions” tournament, the next $1 million guaranteed event will mark the anniversary of Black Friday.

Bill Introduced to Allow Casinos in New Hampshire

After years of unsuccessfully introducing bills to permit full-scale casinos in New Hampshire, supporters hope that a new bill will find favor in 2015.

Third “Shell” Online Poker Bill Introduced in California

A third online poker bill has been introduced in California, containing very little content and failing to resolve any of the racetrack or bad actor issues.

CA Online Poker Bill Unlikely to Progress after Ambush Claims

Last week´s Western Indian Gaming Conference failed to achieve unity and created more divides between the California tribes with a stake in online poker.

Californian Tribes Attempt to Work for Online Poker Unity

The opening exchanges in the 20th Annual Western Indian Gaming Conference have seen tribal leaders call for a unified approach to online poker in California.

Kentucky Steps Up Fight against Online Gambling

The forced closure of the Lucky 7´s Internet café in Ashland indicates that lawmakers in the Bluegrass State are stepping up the fight against online gambling.

Mississippi Online Poker Bill Dead for 2015

It proved not to be third time lucky for Bobby Moak´s Mississippi online poker bill, which failed to pass the committee stage and is now dead for 2015.

RAWA is Back! Chaffetz Reintroduces Anti-Online Gambling Bill

Jason Chaffetz (R – Utah) yesterday re-introduced the Sheldon Adelson-backed “Restoration of Americas Wire Act” (RAWA) into the House of Representatives.