J Todd discusses the contentious debate surrounding sports betting in Canada, where the Kahnawake Mohawk tribe plans to open an online sportsbook. He also delves into industry news from Germany, the U.K. and California.
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The proposed legislation would license and regulate online poker at the federal level and mandates the implementation of technology that prohibits underage players and provides aid for problem gamblers.
A special agent with the Nevada Gaming Control Board infiltrated a Bitcoin-fueled poker website to help launch what authorities on Tuesday said was the first state-level criminal prosecution of illegal online poker.
Wall Street investment house Morgan Stanley has downgraded the future earning potential for the U.S. Internet gaming market, primarily because there has been little movement toward legalizing the activity in many states.
A hearing before the House Judiciary crime subcommittee broke little new ground as a panel of expert witnesses reviewed arguments in favor of restricting online gaming, and arguments in favor of allowing it in states that might want it and believe it can be regulated effectively.
The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement informed online gaming affiliates on June 4, 2015, that they have 150 days to stop promoting unregulated websites if they wish to be licensed to promote regulated websites in New Jersey.
The Second Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a lower court ruling that determined poker is a skill game. The appeals court decided that whether or not poker is a game of skill is irrelevant. It clearly violates New York state law, and therefore, the Illegal Gambling Business Act applies.