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Bodog pulling out of United States

Online gamers in the U.S. have just a few more months to enjoy Bodog's services, as the company has announced that it's leaving the United States market when its current license expires at the end of 2011. ... Read more

Lucky eights: 888 reaches new heights

888 is having a stellar 2011 so far, moving up in the global online poker rankings as it reports higher revenues and licenses for more international markets. ... Read more

Don't fear the lockout: CAP 2011 football betting preview

When the NFL lockout ends, look for online betting activity to surge. And since the U.S. college football season is right around the corner, the time is definitely right for betting affiliates to start pushing American football. ... Read more

California dreamin': Little agreement, progress for online poker bills

The road to poker regulation in the Golden State is moving as slowly as ever: Last week's online poker hearing in California didn't deliver the promised elimination (or combination) of the state's two online poker bills. ... Read more

London calling: Bodog gets UK gaming & ad licenses

Bodog steps up its game with a fourth international online gambling license. And this one's in the iGaming world's financial center: London, UK. ... Read more

Billions and billions served: Online poker rooms celebrate huge milestones

Forget about "Black Friday": PokerStars is about to deal its 65 billionth hand of poker ever. Microgaming network sites are doing pretty good, too, recently reaching their 4 billionth hand of poker dealt. ... Read more

Seinfeld's Jason Alexander defends online poker; more WSOP news

Seinfeld's George Costanza speaks out about regulating online poker, plus updates from the almost-concluded 2011 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event. ... Read more

Black Friday, 3 months later: More U.S. lawmakers call for new online poker laws

It’s been exactly three months since April 15, or “Black Friday”, when the U.S. government began its war on poker by shutting off U.S. access to the world's biggest internet poker sites and networks. And, at long last, more lawmakers are supporting the idea of new laws regulating online poker. ... Read more

Full Tilt’s problems trigger EU poker price wars

The sudden exodus of Full Tilt Poker players has triggered a price war among the biggest remaining EU-facing internet poker sites. ... Read more

Strong Probability: Mobile gaming continues to thrive

In Europe, online gambling and poker providers are regulated, and allowed to take advantage of the massive surge in popularity of mobile gaming. Here's how some companies are taking that ball and running with it, striking new deals in an aggressive push to dominate the newest igaming market, social poker. ... Read more
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