February 2, 2023 Latest Poker News Get ready ballers, dreamers, and poker aficionados because the World Series of Poker has released its full schedule of this year’s collection of potential life-changing events. The 2023 WSOP schedule is here! (Image: PokerGo) The 54th version of the WSOP is set to run
Posted on: October 5, 2022, 10:11h. Last updated on: October 5, 2022, 10:11h. Steve Bittenbender Read More Gray market online gaming operators still taking wagers in Ontario have been given notice. They must transition to the new regulated market by the end of the month or shut down operations. The
The deputy director of the Government Tourism Office in Macau, Cheng Wai Tong, has predicted a minimum of 20,000 and up to 25,000 people will be attending the upcoming National Day Golden Week celebrations. The event will kickstart on Saturday, October 1 and it will end on Friday, October 7.
The Florida Gaming Control Commission has issued a warning that a proposal to legalize “adult arcades” in Jacksonville could be illegal. These establishments, which feature casino-style electronic games, could run afoul of the state’s prohibition on slot machines in Duval County. In a letter sent to city officials and retrieved
As Brazil keeps debating the legalization of different gaming verticals and sports betting regulations near, the second edition of the Brazilian iGaming Summit (BiS) will take place Tuesday and Wednesday this week in Brazil’s capital city São Paulo, with sold-out tickets, stands and sponsorship packages for the Espaço Boulevard JK
June 21, 2022 Law & Politics West Virginia officials have begun to explore joining the multistate agreement that would allow future online poker sites to share player pools with other states. West Virginia officials are looking into to joining the MSIGA, which could be the first step in making online
Posted on: February 10, 2022, 04:56h. Last updated on: February 10, 2022, 12:22h. Steve Bittenbender Read More The US Department of the Interior and Interior Secretary Deb Haaland filed a statement in federal court Wednesday detailing why they’re appealing a judge’s ruling that rejected the amended gaming compact between the
Posted on: November 6, 2021, 07:22h. Last updated on: November 6, 2021, 10:41h. Arkansas lawmakers that backed a 2018 bill to authorize four commercial casinos likely couldn’t have imagined the chaos that has ensued in Pope County. Members of the Pope County Quorum Court shown at a meeting last summer.