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France Finished 2016 Strong Overall, But Poker is Still a Thorn

Horse racing and poker need to be resolved once and for all.

New Gambling Bills to Regulate Sports Betting and DFS in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania is on the verge of regulating online gambling, with two separate bills in the pipeline.


VIGE 2017 to Focus on Upcoming Changes in EU Gambling Laws

VIGE 2017, taking place in late March, will focus on various changes to gaming regulations set to take effect in 2017 in a number of EU countries.

Portugal Submits Poker Liquidity Sharing Model to the EU

Adapting national regulation models to international competition is an epochal movement for iGaming.

Republican Attorneys General Urge Trump/Pence to Ban Online Gambling

Ten Republican U.S. state-level attorneys general recently sent a letter to Mike Pence and the Trump transition team reviving the mission of RAWA, which calls for a federal ban of online gambling.

ARJEL Q3 Figures: French Betting Increases, as Do Female Punters

The vibrant French market still strives for stability.

On the Outside Looking In: French Licensees Only See Red

In the lush and fertile French market, France-licensed operators are still bleeding badly.

Amaya and William Hill Merger Falls Through as Key Shareholder Vetoes Negotiations

Amaya and William Hill merger negotiations fell through after a majority William Hill shareholder expressed its vocal disagreement.

Amaya and William Hill Disclose Merger Negotiations

Amaya Inc and William Hill Plc have issued a joint statement, officially revealing they were in merger negotiations to combine both companies' operations.

ARJEL Figures Expose French Regulation Model as a Work in Progress

The French market is shaping up as a survival test for sports betting operators.

Delaware Online Gaming Gains Traction in August

The online poker industry in Delaware has set an important milestone in August.

New York Moves Forward with Online Gambling - But Not Too Fast

On June 2, 2016, the New York Senate Finance Committee approved a bill that would legalize online poker in the state; the bill must now move on to the Senate, which has a June 16 deadline for legislation.

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