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The progress made in 2016 on several key issues may be stamped out when online poker is broached by the California legislature in 2017.

The California Assembly may readdress online poker when it returns on August 1, but it seems unlikely that AB 2863 will get the necessary votes to pass.

With another online poker hearing looming in California, there are four important questions whose answers could determine the future of CA poker regulation.

Canadian officials announced insider trading charges against Amaya CEO David Baazov Wednesday, and the news could spell trouble for CA online poker efforts.

When not if has become a frequent battle cry when it comes to regulated online gambling in the United States, and now PokerStars is using the phrase on CA.

Two bills addressing DFS and sports betting were introduced in the 11th hour of the California legislative session. Assemblyman Adam Gray is the sponsor.

With Amaya set to launch its DFS product, StarsDraft, in 40 states including California, how will its efforts to bring PokerStars to California be affected?

What Does The Sale Of bwin To 888 Mean For California?

August 4th, 2015 by Steve Ruddock

It was recently announced that 888 will buy bwin.party. If the sale moves forward as expected, what will it mean for the California online poker market?

With time running short on California online poker regulation in 2015, does the PokerStars attack ad signal the coming of a battle between the factions?

That largest deal in the history of online gaming is now complete. On Saturday, the Amaya Gaming group announced the completion of their $4.9 billion acquisition of PokerStars. As reported by PokerNews, the conclusion of the deal came just three days after Amaya’s shareholders Amaya Chairman and CEO David Baazov was thrilled over the deal, […]

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