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Pennsylvania Allows for Multiple Online Gambling Skins

On April 4, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control board officially announced that it would permit online gambling businesses in the state to host multiple ‘skins.’ This move will effectively allow companies that do not have licenses to operate in Pennsylvania to get in on the intrastate online gambling market. As for the state’s online gambling license […]

Anti-Online Poker Group Rides on Data Scandal to Push Agenda

The Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling, an anti-online poker group that is backed by Las Vegas casino mogul Sheldon Adelson is making moves to exploit ongoing data privacy concerns to drive its agenda. This comes in the wake of Facebook’s recent scandal that will see the media company’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, testify before a seething […]

Pennsylvania Approves More Online Gambling Regulations

Pennsylvania inches closer to finally having legal online gambling in the state following some very impressive developments with the most recent being the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board’s Wednesday move to approve a number of groups of temporary regulations. All these regulations related to online poker and casino games in Pennsylvania. In addition to this, the […]

888 Express Support for Multiple Skins to PA Gaming Board

Itai Freiberger, the 888 Holdings CEO recently wrote to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board to explain why he thinks that allowing online gaming licenses to use multiple skins would be a really great idea. If you are familiar with online gambling then this must certainly seem like a non-issue since operators will, of course, be […]

Pennsylvania to Prohibit Online Gambling at Its Casinos

The February 27th, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board released an online gambling FAQ document that is designed to help the state’s citizens better understand the online gaming industry that is yet to kick off. At a glance, there is nothing new or hugely significant in the Gaming Board’s two-page document. However, there is one specific […]