A number of Pennsylvania lawmakers are intent on keeping pace with New Jersey with regard to gambling availability both live and online.
Forget the traditional Twelve Days of Christmas – Americas Cardroom is launching a fifteen day $15,000 Christmas celebration before the festive holiday.
Party Poker´s first venture into feature tournaments in New Jersey was expensive this weekend, as only 173 players entered the first $50,000 guaranteed event.
Week #1 of regulated online gambling is in the books in New Jersey and state regulators are content with the progress made thus far.
The testing phase is over for six of the seven Atlantic City casinos that are offering online gambling to those within New Jersey, but several issues remain.
Mississippi lawmakers will look at the possibility of enacting online gambling legislation next year although similar proposals failed to advance previously.
NJ’s foray into the regulated gambling world did not go as smoothly as planned.
With an online gambling soft launch set to begin today, Caesars received approval from state regulators to participate in the rollout that kicks off at 6 p.m.
Online operators in New Jersey will only have 8 hours per day for the first two days of the soft launch period in which to test their software.
New Jersey online poker players hoping to boost their bankrolls with a first-time deposit bonus will be out of luck until about a month after the launch date.