Michigan & Pennsylvania Maintain Cautious Stance on Interstate Poker Liquidity

Legal Gambling & The Law reports

Michigan and Pennsylvania have yet to announce a clear plan in relation to entering into online poker shared liquidity agreements with other regulated states, despite recent developments in the Wire Act case.

The Department of Justice (DOJ) has decided not to appeal the latest court ruling declaring that the law only applies to sports betting, a move described as “historic victory” for online gambling. Both of the states’ gambling regulators have remained tightlipped as to their next steps now that a major barrier to interstate deals has been essentially removed.

The Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) and the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) might still be hesitant to issue any declarations, unless they obtain clarity in relation to the Wire Act case.

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