A bill that would legalize online poker in New York has been added to the agenda of next week’s Senate Finance Committee meeting.

The measure, backed by Sen. John Bonacic, comes as lawmakers are also considering legislation that would legalize daily fantasy sports betting operations in New York after a legal challenge by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman led to the companies like DraftKings and FanDuel suspending operations in New York.

The online poker bill has been the subject of substantial lobbying over the last several years backed by well-financed companies supportive of online poker as well as existing gambling operators who do not want gamblers to move to online options.

“Presently, numerous New York residents are participating in illegal, unregulated and unsafe gaming operations which offer games of chance over the Internet,” the bill memo states. “This bill will allow the state to license operators that meet the high standards set by the state and offer limited games of poker which require a high level of skill.”

If allowed, online poker would bring $110 million in revenue to the state through the licensing of up to 11 operators to provide the service online.

The Finance Committee meets on Thursday in Albany.