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  • Why Virtual Gold Can’t Buy Plaintiffs Happiness

    Posted in Casino Games by on November 10, 2015

    A federal court has soundly rejected a plaintiff’s contention that she suffered any real-world harm based on in-game losses of virtual currency.  In Mason v. Machine Zone, Inc., plaintiff Mia Mason alleged that she was a regular player of a free-to-play mobile game called Game of War (GoW): Fire Age.  GoW is a multiplayer online […]

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  • The Return of The King

    Posted in Poker by on October 1, 2015

    PokerStars, the innovative online poker industry leader with a deeply loyal U.S. fan base, is making its highly anticipated return to the United States online gaming market.  New Jersey regulators have approved PokerStars’ parent company, Amaya, to partner with Resorts Atlantic City to offer online gaming platforms in the state through the PokerStars and Full […]

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  • Five Legal Issues Your eSports Company Needs to Know About Operating in the U.S.

    Posted in eSports, Fantasy Sports by on September 14, 2015

    Photo courtesy https://outplayed.fr/  With a $143 million market in North America, eSports is big business in the U.S. And given its swift rise in popularity – 205 million people worldwide watched or played eSports in 2014, it will only become bigger. At last week’s eSports Conference, held in San Francisco September 9-10, industry leaders met […]

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