Black Friday causes Sen. Jon Kyl to consider regulating poker; Nevada guts online poker bill AB258; Antigua says all options on table in US WTO fight
Poker industry news: Black Friday defendant Ira Rubin was arrested in Guatemala on April 25, bringing the number of indicted individuals in US custody to four.
In response to Black Friday, Antigua and Barbuda officials are considering action in the World Trade Organization against the United States.
What kind of power does the World Trade Organization really hold? They certainly don’t have enough pull for the US to respect their authority, gaming industry updates.
As Antigua continues negotiations with the US over its WTO dispute, Bodog Europe's Patrik Selin reaffirms his company's support of Antigua's position
Antigua may finally see a resolution to its online gaming WTO dispute with the US after Minister of Finance Harold Lovell meets with US officials.
Three more arrests made in connection with Sports Offshore credit betting operation, first case prosecuted for alleged violations of the UIGEA.
Will U.S. refusal to comply with WTO rulings that Antigua's online gaming industry is lawful end up killing global trade agreements?
Antiguan President, Dr. Hon. Baldwin Spencer, delivers address to nation in which he restates his call for U.S. to comply with WTO rulings on gambling
Antigua seeks support from Caribbean Community in its David v. Goliath fight with the United States over U.S. refusal to abide by WTO rulings.