New Jersey’s online gambling regime allows players throughout the state to wager via the Internet, but land-based casinos will likely remain in Atlantic City.
With less than one million residents, Delaware’s online gambling regime does not get the same attention as those operating in New Jersey and Nevada.
Promising four stops before the calendar turns to 2014, Poker Night in America (PNA) has announced that Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania will be tour stop no. 3.
The much maligned Lock Poker has left the Revolution Gaming Network in favorite of an independent platform.
Delaware will join Nevada on Thursday, October 31 as the only states offering regulated online poker by soft-launching select online gambling sites.
888 Holdings has been away from the U.S. online gambling market since the UIGEA took effect seven years ago, but won’t be for much longer.