Hit and Run: DraftKings Partners With GeoComply; NJ iPoker Site Reviews; Who Had the Best 2015
DraftKings partners with GeoComply. Which poker player had the best 2015? An all-female eSports team has been formed. A player’s review of New Jersey’s iPoker sites.
Mass AG proposes DFS regulations
Massachusetts is starting to look like ground zero for DFS regulation. Earlier this week we told you about the state’s Attorney General, Maura Healey, proposing a number of regulations designed to add consumer protections to the fledgling industry. DraftKings has already implemented several of the proposed safeguards by adding responsible gaming language to their website, as well as partnering with GeoComply, widely considered the gold standard when it comes to ring-fencing states and markets.
At the same time, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, perhaps feeling the heat, has started to draw distinctions between season long and daily fantasy sports.
– Unikrn has created the first all-female eSports team (yes, we’re talking about eSports on the Hit & Run).
– Robert DellaFave has updated his reviews of New Jersey’s legal online poker sites, focusing on the player perspective.
– Can Caesars make the World Series of Poker more fan friendly? Poker writer Jen Newell offers up five suggestions.
– This week I reviewed an oldie but a goodie; Tommy Angelo’s Elements of Poker, which was first released in 2007, and is still helping poker players nearly a decade later.
– Help decide what the next Full Tilt Poker avatar will look like.
– New Jersey’s horse racing industry got a nice boost this week, as Betfair received the state’s first exchange wagering license.
– Poker Update takes a look at nine poker players who had an amazing 2015, from breakout stars like Anthony Zinno to Hall of Famer’s cementing their legacy like Erik Seidel.