A new report from GamblingData states that the US Internet poker market contracted drastically following April’s Black Friday indictments, bringing an end to a four-and-a-half-year period following the enforcement of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) during which the market generated annual revenues believed to be well over $1bn.
In addressing the underlying factors affecting the US poker market, the report looks into the US poker market during three distinct periods; pre-the passing of UIGEA in 2006; post-the passing of UIGEA; and post-the so-called recent "Black Friday" indictments against the top three operators remaining in the US market.
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