May 5, 2015 |

Online Gaming Expansion Talks Heat Up Heading Into Summer

Wave 2 of online gaming expansion in the United States may soon be upon us. This is a significant development considering the first wave of regulated online gaming in the U.S. occurred back in 2013. Nevada was the first state to go live in late April followed by Delaware and New Jersey in October and […]

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Apr 18, 2015 |

PA Online Gaming Hearing: Abboud Scoffed at, Lawmakers Seem Open-Minded

The Pennsylvania House Gaming Oversight Committee played host to an online gambling hearing on Thursday, and the best way to describe the day’s proceedings would be positive. Overall, the hearing went pretty much as expected, with state lawmakers looking favorably on online gambling expansion, but exercising caution when it comes to actually moving forward with […]

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Apr 14, 2015 |

PA Committee Passes HR 140 Ahead of Thursday’s Online Gaming Hearing

With an online gambling hearing coming up later this week the Pennsylvania House Gaming Oversight Committee passed HR 140, a resolution urging Pennsylvania’s federal delegation to oppose the Restoration of America’s Wire Act bill introduced by Representative Jason Chaffetz (R-UT), and backed by Sheldon Adelson. Thursday’s hearing will feature a number of panelists as Pennsylvania […]

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Feb 26, 2015 |

New Online Poker Bill Introduced in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania State Representative John Payne revealed his vision for online gaming expansion in the Keystone State on Thursday¬† when he unveiled his online gaming expansion bill in the House of Representatives. Interestingly, Payne’s bill, HB 649, would only legalize online poker in Pennsylvania, not online gambling, although the legislation seems to leave the door for […]

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