In this week’s review, we detail more of the upcoming iGaming Conference in Sacramento, the “race track issue,” and partnerships not including PokerStars.
On May 22nd, Capital Weekly will be hosting an online gaming conference. Check out our preview and what it could mean for Cali. online poker.
In this edition: a new study shows the value of California gaming industry and the question whether online poker is the right decision for residents.
I know the idea of a Venetian boycott seems like a popular choice at the moment for online poker players, but let’s take a step back for a moment.
If you want to catch up on all the California online poker hearing coverage from last we here’s the post for you. Also C4COP released new Californian poll.
It’s looking to be quite the possibility that Californians could be playing on America’s former favorite online poker site. How will this affect iGaming?
Even with this legendary new deal with the Morongo Tribe, Commerce, the Bike, and HI Gardens, PokerStars has a long way to go before dominating Cal. iPoker.
Like lists? Here you go! The list of what we learned from the informational hearing on internet poker in California and off the wall takes included!