Local bookies and agents throughout the world can now offer a Pay Per Head live casino platform.
Lucky customer N.H. -whose identity and location are protected for confidentiality reasons-, just received a US$ 129,000 payout for his 12-team parlay winnings at BookMaker.com.
With little notice, the United Kingdom’s largest bookmaker, Ladbrokes, will stop accepting bets online from those living in China and Hong Kong.
Roger Federer is now talking in regard to a gambling scandal that threatened to rock the world of tennis.
Federer said on Tuesday that he had requested a detailed explanation from Ted Forstmann, the head of his management company IMG, after a lawsuit was filed claiming Forstmann had increased a bet on the 2007 French Open based on information provided to him by Federer.
While there continue to be few bright spots in the world economy, gambling shares both online and in the Asian gaming Mecca of Macau, continued to defy the trends.
3rd quarter results this past week at major online gambling venues and the introduction of betting exchange Betfair to the London Stock Exchange with an IPO of $2.84 billion have many investors excited.
The firm representing Ted Forstmann has advised Gambling911.com that he does not act as an agent for either Tiger Woods or Roger Federer.
Previous reports have pointed out that Forstmann is named in a lawsuit that alleges improprieties stemming from “insider gambling tips” provided be Federer. Forstmann had been characterized as “an agent to both sports figures” in the press.
A representative from Sitrick And Company advised:
In the end, it's all about the almighty buck.
Especially in the world of gambling.
Tennis match fixing is in the news again, this time involving allegations lodged against Roger Federer.
A lawsuit filed this week alleges that Federer provided the CEO of IMG Worldwide with supposed “insider information” related to a match he would be participating in.
10 men have plead guilty in a Montreal mafia sports betting case Friday. They will face sentencing in January.
Two online gambling firms in the news a lot last week, PokerStars and Sportingbet, announced they are pulling out of or otherewise not returning to certain markets.
Legislators are expected to pass, or kill, dozens of measures dealing with everything from abortion to gambling and the environment.