The state of Kentucky filed a lawsuit against PokerStars and parent company Amaya based on their operations with players from Kentucky between 2006-2011.
The NJ DGE did as thorough of a job as you can get with the Amaya Inc. license for PokerStars in New Jersey. Here is a summary of their findings.
A disgruntled ex-employee of PokerStars and Full Tilt created pokerWTF.com to release harmful details about parent company Amaya leading to legal action.
As promising as 2015 looked for online gambling in California, the Pechanga coalition is being stubborn and forcing some to write 2015 off as a lost cause.
Despite still having two major tribal opponents of CA iGaming Legalization, big moves between the Rincon tribe and Caesars have established common ground.
Both Playtech and Amaya Gaming are party’s that are looking into taking over bwin.party, who has recently struggled but has a lot of potential.
After Amaya’s acquisition of PokerStars, players expected a launch into the regulated online poker market in October. Who or what is behind this delay?
Pechanga chairman Mark Maccaro recently stated that nothing has changed in the attempt to legalize iGaming in CA, even despite the Pokerstars acquisition.