Brazil: poker player turns $11 into $1.2m
The player wins big by beating 93,000 entrants to claim the top prize in the PokerStars Sunday Million tournament.
More US Senators go against online poker
A group of GOP Senators have sent a letter to the US Deputy Attorney General requesting the 2011 reinterpretation of the Wire Act to be overturned.
Europe embraces shared poker liquidity
The agreement between European jurisdictions related to shared online poker liquidity has taken effect.
Michigan online poker bill moves forward
The Michigan House Regulatory Committee has voted in favour of the online poker bill and sent it to the House floor.
NJ agrees to share liquidity with Nevada and Delaware
New Jersey’s governor confirmed that the the state agreed to share poker liquidity with Nevada and Delaware.
Californian poker is still on pause
The legislative session ended last week in California and the state congress hasn’t moved forward with the poker project.
France reveals details on shared poker liquidity
France, Spain, Italy and Portugal have signed an international agreement on online poker shared liquidity.
Michigan to discuss new online gambling bill
A House Committee from the Wolverine State will hold a hearing to discuss online poker today.
Australian Senate bans iGaming
The Senate of Australia has passed the bill that prohibits online casinos and poker services.
Online poker companies to flee Australia
As legislation tightens, online poker giants will soon cease to operate in Australia, where the sector was unregulated until now.
Italian online poker declines
Italian online poker market perceived a 2.9 percent decline last month before shared liquidity approval.
Spain addresses poker liquidity
Spain will start the implementation of the European agreement of shared online poker liquidity.
French regulator published shared liquidity conditions
ARJEL, the local gaming regulator, has published the shared online poker liquidity conditions that affect several European markets.