Monday, October 5, 2015 1:38 AM (PDT)
PokerStars, Full Tilt Get OK for New Jersey Online Gambling
Gambling regulators on Wednesday took a big step toward growing the nascent online betting industry by approving the world's largest poker website to offer Internet gambling in the state. The state Division of Gaming Enforcement said it approved Amaya Inc.
New York Times
Rein In Online Fantasy Sports Gambling
New York Times
This boom has grown because the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006, which prevented payment processors from working with gambling websites, included an exemption for fantasy sports. At the time, however, most fantasy sports were the ...
Online fantasy football: Are games legal or not?
Why PokerStars' New Jersey Online Gambling License Is A Big Deal For Amaya
PokerStars is finally returning to America. It took striking a deal with the Department of Justice that included a $731 million payment, the Wall Street fueled sale of the company and its Full Tilt properties for $4.9 billion, and a regulatory journey ...
Amaya - New Jersey DGE grants approval of PokerStars & Full Tilt brands
Material News For AMAYA INC (AYA) And Stock Analysis Report
PokerStars owner granted New Jersey approval
Internet Gambling Ban to Apply to Guns?
The New American
and in the House by Representative Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), concerns about federal sanctions against Internet gambling are raising constitutional issues once again. If enacted, the bill would violate the 10th Amendment's guarantee that “the powers not ...
Internet Gambling Blossoms As More U.S. States Consider Legalization
NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to Sue Schneider, an iGaming expert and advocate, about how online gambling is becoming more acceptable and legal in the U.S.. KELLY MCEVERS, HOST: In Nevada, New Jersey or Delaware, the word gaming might mean ...
Paypal Holdings Inc (PYPL) Returns to the Online Gambling World
Following the merger of Paypal Holdings Inc (NASDAQ:PYPL) with eBay in 2003, the company placed a self-imposed ban on the use of its services on online gambling platforms. One of the main reasons given at the time was the fact that online gambling is ...
Casino News Daily
Wynn Interactive withdraws application for Internet gambling license in latest ...
The latest retreat comes as Wynn Interactive has withdrawn a license application to conduct Internet gambling in New Jersey. The state Division of Gaming Enforcement allowed the company to withdraw its application for a casino service industry ...
Wynn Resorts Withdraws Application for Online Gambling in New Jersey
Phoenix New Times
Internet-Gambling Crackdown in Arizona Takes Out "Wi-Fi Cafes"
Phoenix New Times
The business is similar to Internet gambling establishments that state gaming officials have busted lately in raids netting owners, managers, and sometimes even customers. But on Wednesday afternoon, more than 20 people sat at computers set up on ...
New York Internet poker proposal divides gambling industry
Senate Committee Looks At Online Gambling
Internet poker proposal divides gambling industry in NY
PokerStars, Full Tilt will give New Jersey online gambling market a jolt, but ...
ATLANTIC CITY, New Jersey — PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker are expected to give a much-needed jolt to New Jersey's fledgling Internet gambling market, but observers say the market needs to expand to other jurisdictions in order to truly thrive.
PayPal Returns To U.S. Online Gambling Market
According to a report from CNBC, PayPal was last involved with online gambling in the U.S. in the early 2000s, prior to the enactment of the 2006 Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act. The report said that PayPal has indicated it wants no PR from ...
PayPal Makes a Quiet Return to US Online Gambling Market
PayPal Back in the Online Gambling Business
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