Gujarat High Court delayed the dispute to June 23.

High Court delays poker dispute

The Gujarat High Court has adjourned to June 23 the petition filed by six poker clubs in regards of the legality of poker in the region.

Another poker filing in high court.

More petitions for poker filed in high court

Another petition to rebrand poker as a game of skill rather than gambling was filed in Gujarat high court earlier this week.

Portland poker rooms to be shut down.

Portland poker room shutdown passed by the House

Oregon House of Representatives has passed a bill that would amend poker laws to ban profit targetted businesses.

iowa

Poker revenue grows in Iowa

The state gaming regulator released the March figures that showed that poker revenue increased 3.4 percent in Iowa.

new jersey

New Jersey close to sports betting resolution

The Solicitor General has called the parties involved in the New Jersey sports betting case to a new meeting next week.

sports betting

MLB Commissioner discusses sports betting

Commissioner Rob Manfred said that he wants the league to be prepared for upcoming talks about sports betting.

japan

Task force to recommend licenses in Japan

The Prime Minister of Japan inaugurated a new task force that is set to make recommendations on licensing.

Baha Mar obtains gaming license

The upcoming Bahamas casino resort Baha Mar received a gaming license two weeks before its soft opening.

tonga

Tongan PM rejects casino proposal

The Prime Minister of Tonga denied the rumors that the country would be granting the first casino license.

sigma

SiGMA to receive GPI European Poker Conference

The GPI European Poker Conference will go to the SiGMA 2017 Conference in Malta on November 23​rd.

china

China intensifies fight against illegal gambling

The Security Minister of China asked for international cooperation in his fight against illegal gambling.

india

Gambling in India could attract higher tax rates

An official estimated that betting and gambling could attract a Goods & Services (GST) higher than 18 percent.