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New Hampshire Judge Rules Against DOJ’s Wire Act iGaming Ban

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) won’t be able to use the Wire Act of 1961 to ban online casino and poker games, thanks to a recent ruling from the federal district courts. Judge Paul Barbadoro of the U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire issued a 60-page opinion limiting the Wire Act’s scope …

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New Jersey iGaming Posts Second-Highest Monthly Revenue Total in April

Throughout the month of April, the iGaming industry in New Jersey posted its second-strongest monthly revenue total ever at $36,582,934. That figure – comprised of the combined online casino and poker verticals – is second only to the record-setting $39,134,380 in “win” revenue collected by iGaming operators in March. The most recent monthly revenue report published …

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GVC Holdings Approved to Offer Online Sports Betting and Poker in Nevada

Online poker players in the Silver State who want an alternative to WSOP.com may be in luck after the Nevada Gaming Commission (NGC) approved GVC Holdings’ application for an interactive gaming license. That probationary two-year approval allows GVC Holdings – the Isle of Man-based parent company of European-facing online sportsbooks including SportingBet, Coral, Ladbrokes, and …

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