The PPA has expressed optimism for online poker regulation during 2017. Pennsylvania, Michigan, New York and Massachusetts are among the states in play.
888 and their partners have been at the forefront of U.S. regulated online gambling since states began regulating in 2013. The prospects for future expansion look promising once more states join the fold.
The way in which DraftKings and StarsDraft have each responded to recent legal developments in the DFS world highlight differences in the companies' goals.
A large part of the debate around fantasy sports and poker centers on the definitions of 'luck' and 'skill,' but these are quite complicated.
Brazil has just announced new legislation which will impose fines for playing online poker in public using a mobile device. This may seem like a step back, but is it really inconsistent with the country's move towards regulation?