iGaming in North America is never going to be boring. This issue we look at likely scenarios for Canadian iGaming, talk to Jim Ryan about New Jersey and have Assemblyman Gatto sharing his thoughts on the future of iGaming in California.
While 2014 was the year of consolidation, we now say hello to 2015, and that means it is time to make predictions for the year ahead. Our iGaming North America conference team has been discussing this matter for the past several months, so these p
The biggest news of the day is of course the Amaya-Poker Stars deal; and we have covered it from every angle this issue. NJ Senator Lesniak is pushing to get NJ gamblers betting on sports despite recent legal setbacks. While many see his plight as
As you know, the NBA and NHL have allowed PartyPoker to sponsor the New Jersey Devils, the Philadelphia 76ers and the Prudential Center. In my mind, this is more than just a savvy commercial deal for all paries involved.
The floodgates have opened in New Jersey and with over 50,000 accounts registered at the time od this magazine going to print, the launch of iGaming in the Garden State seems to have been an overwhelming success.
In this issue of iGaming Business North America, not only do we welcome Geoff Freeman, the new President and CEO of the AGA, and Mitch Garber, CEO of Caesars Interactive, but we enter a new age of American gaming. With New Jersey’s November online
In this issue, we have invited Congressman Joe Barton to discuss his Federal online poker bill. Clearly a champion of the people’s right to choose, Congressman Barton thinks that online poker is ready for a mainstream debut across the USA, and believes that the technology is there to do it both effectively and responsibly.
America has taken its gaming industry into the modern age with the launch of Ultimate Poker. This issue, we look at the first few weeks of Ultimate Poker’s operation and bring you an exclusive interview with the company’s Chief Executive Officer, Tobin Prior.
Nevada and New Jersey herald the birth of US iGaming in 2013. As both states raced to get legislation passed to allow their terrestrial casinos to go online, New Jersey got pipped at the post as Nevada’s Governor signed into law legislation that a