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10 More States Exploring Online Gaming

05.02.2014 in Gaming Law

With online gambling off the a great start in New Jersey, 10 more states, including Colorado and California are exploring their options to regulate the emerging industry. California, as the most populous state in the nation, has long been viewed as the most valuable state…

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Colorado Legislators Explore Online Gaming Options

16.12.2013 in Gaming Law

Despite efforts that stalled during the last session, Colorado legislators are looking at potential legislation to open the state’s market to online gaming in the wake of legalization on Nevada, New Jersey, and Delaware. Colorado Explores Online Gambling as Virtual and Mobile Casinos Boom

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NJ Issues Its First Internet Gaming License

09.10.2013 in Gaming Law

While Nevada currently has only legalized online poker and has two operators up and running, New Jersey has granted its first internet gaming license, giving Borgatta the opportunity to offer slots and table games. Look for Borgatta to be up and running on November 26….

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Recommended Reading: Faceoff Over Online Poker Bill

03.12.2012 in Gaming Law

The push for regulated online gaming in the US continues its march forward. However, Senator Harry Reid’s (D-Nev) proposed bill would essentially limit online gaming to poker. As several states currently run online lotteries, and several more looking to expand into this market, the fight…

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