Gordon Vayo Sues PokerStars Over Frozen $690K SCOOP Win

Post in News by Dev Ops on Monday, May 14th, 2018

Prominent American poker pro Gordon Vayo has filed suit against global online poker market leader PokerStars over more than $690,000 in frozen winning from Vayo...

DDoS Attacks Again Plague Winning Poker Network, ACR

Post in News by Dev Ops on Monday, April 30th, 2018

In a recurrence of a past difficulty, DDoS attacks are again crippling the traffic capabilities of the offshore, US-facing Winning Poker Network (WPN) and its m...

New Jersey to Join US Online-Poker Shared Liquidity

Post in News by Dev Ops on Friday, April 20th, 2018

Regulated online poker within the US is slated to receive a big boost in just a couple of weeks, when the state of New Jersey allows its resident online players...

Pennsylvania to Experiment with Online Gambling Skins

Post in News by Dev Ops on Friday, April 13th, 2018

To allow skins or not to allow them remains a debate even after the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board approved temporary regulations allowing the state's online...

Women in Poker Hall of Fame Announces 2018 Enshrinement Finalists

Post in News by Dev Ops on Tuesday, April 10th, 2018

The Women in Poker Hall of Fame [WiPHoF] has announced its 11 finalists for possible induction into the hall this June. Every two years, the WiPHoF's ranks s...

America’s Cardroom Announces High Five April 2018 Promotion

Post in News by Dev Ops on Saturday, March 31st, 2018

It's springtime at America's Cardroom, and the flagship site of the Winning Poker Network is serving up a different tourney series in mid-April. It's the return...

PPA Lags Behind Public Fundraising Goal as Self-Imposed Deadline Looms

Post in News by Dev Ops on Friday, March 30th, 2018

It's dire financial times for the Poker Players Alliance [PPA], the self-described grass roots advocacy group for United States-based poker interests. Following...

Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board Approves Preliminary Online-Poker Regulations

Post in News by Dev Ops on Friday, March 23rd, 2018

With Pennsylvania on track to become the fourth US state to roll out officially regulated intrastate online poker later in 2018, state officials are finally put...

Pennsylvania Battle Over Online-Gambling Skin Limitation Builds

Post in News by Dev Ops on Sunday, March 18th, 2018

The rollout of Pennsylvania's legalized-gambling regime, set to include several forms of gaming including online poker, is still at a minimum several months awa...

California Splits (From the List of Likely US States to Legalize Online Poker Soon)

Post in News by Dev Ops on Friday, February 23rd, 2018

It's not quite “Lights out, the party's over” for California's chances of becoming one of the first US states to formally legalize and regulate online poker...