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Sport Stars’ Crazy Gambling Stories

What’s the most you’ve won on a bet? 15 bucks? Maybe 100? Imagine winning over $1 million on a single bet! That’s what happened to undefeated pro-boxer, Floyd “Money” Mayweather when won $1.1 million betting on a college football game between Oregon and Arizona in 2012. Apparently, the boxing champion has quite a talent for sports betting and frequently tweets pictures of himself winning well over $100,000. They don’t call him “Money” for nothing!

 

Submitted by Payton on, Aug/18/2014

Social casinos vs. Real money outlets

 

Casino games have slowly become some of the most popular ones online. They are no longer restricted to online casinos only - several social games developers have launched their own suites that can be played on social networks like Facebook. Zynga, the best known Facebook game developer (the one responsible for titles like CityVille and FarmVille) has launched several such titles - the Zynga Poker, the Zynga Slots, the Zynga Casino and the Hit It Rich Casino, among others. And they are not the only developer with such games.

 

Submitted by Nagesh Rath on, Aug/05/2014

Why I like Microgaming above all other developers

Microgaming is almost like a legendary company in the world of online casinos. First it was an operator - it has launched the first fully functional real money online casino back in 1994 - and then it has abandoned its online casinos, and turned to developing software for other online casinos. Now it is the software provider with the biggest variety of games in its offer.

 

Submitted by Nagesh Rath on, Aug/05/2014

How Regulated Gambling Can Boost the Economy

In recent years, there has been a lot of focus on the potential impacts of a legalised worldwide gambling market. As more and more countries and U.S. states start to regulate the market to their residents, there have been calls from both critics and supporters of its possible effects.

One major argument for supporters is the major boost real-money gaming can provide to the economy. Since back in 1850, when gambling was legalised in Macau, governments have been reaping the benefits of a licensed gaming industry. 

Submitted by Payton on, Jul/03/2014

Resorts International Inks Deal With Sportech: Could Join Forces With PokerStars

ATLANTIC CITY — (Associated Press) - An Atlantic City casino that was thwarted in its efforts to join the Internet gambling market is preparing to get in the game.

Resorts Casino Hotel announced partnerships late Friday with European firms Sportech and NYX Gaming to offer Internet gambling.

They will join PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker to form an online betting option that could rival New Jersey’s market leaders, Borgata and Caesars Interactive.

Submitted by Associated Press on, Jun/21/2014

US Support of Gambling at All Time High Says Pol

(Associated Press) - Americans' support of legalized gambling is at all-time high, according to a new poll prepared for the casino industry's main trade group.

The report for the American Gaming Association also supports an assertion the gambling industry has long held: that casinos should be treated like any other business and not subjected to vastly higher taxes.

The poll finds 57 percent favor casino gambling, and 87 percent say gambling in general is an acceptable activity.

Submitted by Associated Press on, Jun/10/2014

New Jersey Clarifies Online Gambling Affiliate Arrangements

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement has expressed the importance of affiliate relations to the growth of its state-run online gambling industry.  On Tuesday, it sought to clarify the types of relationships and activity said affiliates can and cannot engage in.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Jun/10/2014

Bitcoin-Only Casino Generates Over $1.4 Mil in Turnover in its First 3 Months

BitCasino.io, the first ever licensed bitcoin-only casino has grown to a player base of 7,000 users betting over 3,000 BTC (~$1,400,000) since February 2014. The success of the casino has been built around its world-class software that includes Live Dealers, Live Dice/Lottery and over 150 HD video slots as well as traditional table games.

Submitted by Press Release on, May/27/2014

Slump in Online Gambling Adds to Christie’s Budget Woes

Bloomberg News on Monday evening reported what was already widely known throughout the gambling sector, that New Jersey has failed to meet its early expectations when it comes to their newly rolled out Internet gambling sector.  Even some operators are stepping forward to say it’s been a complete disaster up to this point.  

Brian Mattingley, chief executive officer of London- based 888, said in a telephone interview with Bloomberg News this weekend, “We are absolutely shocked by the slowness of the (New Jersey online gambling) market.”

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, May/26/2014

888.com CEO on Internet Gambling in NJ: ‘We Are Absolutely Shocked by Slowness'

Brian Mattingley, chief executive officer of London- based 888, said in a telephone interview with Bloomberg News this weekend, “We are absolutely shocked by the slowness of the (New Jersey online gambling) market.”

And he’s not the only one.

New Jersey casinos are in the process of shifting their marketing focus from poker to the online casino, which traditionally has been the cash cow for internationally based Web betting firms.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, May/24/2014

American Gaming Association Drops Support for Online Gambling in US

American Gaming Association chief executive Geoff Freeman said in an interview with the Wall Street Journal Wednesday that his Las Vegas-based organization will no longer support legalization of online gambling in the US, citing a nasty split between casino operators on both sides of the issue.

"One of the things I've learned in this industry is we are extraordinarily competent at shooting at one another," he said. "The snipers in this industry are of the highest quality, and if you let that be the focus, we'll kill each other."

Submitted by Ace King on, May/23/2014

NJ Bill Would Require Online Gambling Processors to Get 'Stricter' License

ATLANTIC CITY, New Jersey — (Associated Press) - New Jersey wants to subject companies that handle Internet gambling deposits and payments to stricter licensing requirements, in the hope it will make banks more willing to allow the use of credit cards to fund online betting accounts.

The reluctance of banks to allow credit card use to fund accounts is one of the main things holding back the growth of New Jersey's new Internet gambling industry.

Submitted by Associated Press on, May/20/2014

Internet Gambling Included in Pennsylvania State Budget

Lawmakers have made Internet gambling part of the Pennsylvania year’s state budget though few believe any measures would be signed into law in 2014.

The odds are stacking against Web gambling ever becoming legalized in the Keystone State.

Submitted by Gilbert Horowitz on, May/19/2014

75 Percent of Visa Credit Cards Not Working for NJ Online Gambling Sites

New Jersey online gambling companies are seeing around a 75% decline in credit cards, according to Matthew Katz of CEO of CAMS.

He recently spoke to Rebecca Liggero of CalvinAyre.com regarding the current climate in New Jersey when it comes to payment processing.

“I think the biggest challenge is just education, getting the bankers to understand how significant the technology and the processes all the regulators have in place to be compliant,” Katz said.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, May/15/2014

Buck & Butler Debut New Online Casino

Buck & Butler’s grand ambition is to be the industry’s most unique and innovative casino, and the people behind the new casino take pride in working hard every day to provide the market with a casino experience totally out of the ordinary.

Submitted by Press Release on, May/15/2014

CashBet is Coming to New Jersey: In Talks With Several Atlantic City Casinos

CashBet, a California-based and Alderney-licensed software platform provider and turnkey operator enabling online gambling for social and mobile games, revealed it will be offering its platform in the coveted US market by year’s end, specifically the state of New Jersey.

The company launched its real money online gambling platform in the UK on Thursday (May 8, 2014) with the casino game Casino Island Adventure from leading developer Gamzio, Inc.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, May/08/2014

Ader Highlights ‘Case for Change’ at Bwin.Party: Current Board on ‘Destructive’ Path

Activist investor Jason Ader of SpringOwl on Monday made available its initial presentation highlighting the need for change at Bwin.Party, one of the largest online gambling firms in the world.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, May/05/2014

Bitcoin BitWin.io Casino Launches Live Dealer Casino

BitWin.io is delighted to announce the launch of a brand new Live Dealer Casino in addition to the introduction of their state of the art Poker platform, hosted by CoinPoker.io. Despite the best efforts of online casinos to prove the fairness of their RNG (random number generator) casino games, sceptics will probably never be satisfied that games are truly fair and random.

Submitted by Payton on, Apr/24/2014

New slot technology revolutionizing the gaming sector

Slot machines have long been a key element of gaming entertainment. The 'one armed bandit' is synonymous with casinos across the world. Of course, the advent of online casinos meant that slots fans could suddenly have fun from the comfort of their own home. However, this is not where the story ends – Software giant Playtech has developed a whole range of revolutionary online slots which are keeping players well and truly entertained. Here are just a few reasons why.

Submitted by Payton on, Apr/23/2014

Where Can I Gamble Online From Denmark? ISP’s Ordered to Block Some Sites

Denmark is the latest country to begin blogging what it deems to be “illegal” online gambling sites, essentially those that are not licensed by the Danish government.

Submitted by Ace King on, Apr/13/2014

iGame and Plus One Dreams Online Gambling Firms Merge

Two Finnish online gambling firms based out of Malta have announced a merger in an effort to better compete with the likes of fellow Scandinavian wagering companies Betsson and Unibet.  The combined company will use the iGame name.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Apr/12/2014

Playtech Gets ‘Buy’ Rating From 12 Agencies

Online gambling software firm Playtech has received a “buy” rating from 12 different agencies that cover the stock.

From the MidEast Times:

Five equities research analysts have rated the stock with a hold recommendation and seven have given a buy recommendation to the company. The average 1-year target price among brokers that have updated their coverage on the stock in the last year is GBX 816.10 ($13.53).

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Apr/07/2014

What Are the Online Slots Available in New Jersey? Cleopatra, Monopoly, More

There are dozens of online slots available for those living in New Jersey who wish to play on the Internet.  There are specific brands we would like to highlight here.

“Secrets of the Phoenix” allows casino players to match the stone relics and watch as they cascade down leaving space for even more wins.

Submitted by Payton on, Apr/05/2014

Can I Play On New Jersey Online Gambling Websites If I Live in New York?

Live in New York State but you wish to play on one of New Jersey’s online gambling websites?  You can do so, with a catch.

All of New Jersey’s licensed and regulated Internet gambling websites incorporate geolocation technology that prevents individuals from placing real money bets from outside the Garden State.

Submitted by Payton on, Apr/04/2014

888 Canada Casino Lures Newbies With Incredible Promos

888 Casino Canada is one of the largest and most diverse online casino sites offered legally in Canada. The site boasts over 150 diverse games to Canadians including slots, poker, live dealers, progressive jackpots and table games. Being big doesn't mean that they won't work hard for your business. 888 Canada offers a large selection of promotions for their players to choose from. Some of the most popular ones offer a truly 'no risk' experience to newbies. 

 

Submitted by Payton on, Apr/03/2014

Football Star Cathal McCarron Gay Porn Leaked: Struggled with Gambling Addiction

A former Tyrone football star reportedly did some additional “starring” in a gay porn, according to the Irish Mirror.

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Apr/02/2014

KeyToCasino.com Casino Database Ensures Users Get Best Online Gambling Experience

For anyone who has ever tried their hands at online gambling, it is not secret that most sites are full of distracting ads, questionable information, and a distinct lack of usable advice. KeyToCasino.com has created a comprehensive, yet clean searchable database for users that provides valuable, up-to-date information on best casinos, bonuses, and the most exciting games in the online gambling industry.

 

Submitted by Flash OBrian on, Mar/27/2014

Off Message: Republicans Attack on Internet Gambling Gets in Way of 2016

(Reuters) - Casino mogul Sheldon Adelson became a major player in Republican politics in the 2012 elections, when he spent more than $90 million in an unsuccessful effort to oust Democratic President Barack Obama.

Now the 80-year-old billionaire wants something from Washington: a ban on Internet gambling, a growing industry that Adelson says could hurt the casino industry. On Wednesday, some of Adelson's allies in Congress, including South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, plan to propose legislation that would do just that.

Submitted by Reuters on, Mar/26/2014

Bill to Allow NJ Licensing of Foreign Internet Gambling Firms One Step Closer

(Associated Press) - A plan to let New Jersey casino regulators oversee foreign Internet gambling companies if they move their operations to Atlantic City has moved a step closer to approval.

A state senate wagering committee approved the bill Monday.

The measure is sponsored by Sen. Raymond Lesniak. He says many overseas gambling companies want the stamp of approval that would come from submitting to New Jersey's casino regulators, who are among the strictest in the nation.

The foreign firms wouldn't be able to take bets from anyone in the United States.

Submitted by Associated Press on, Mar/24/2014

Online Gambling Affiliates Now Welcome in New Jersey With Income Access

Popular online gambling super affiliate company Income Access has entered into a partnership with Betfair.com to allow affiliate marketing in New Jersey.

Internet gambling firms are looking for creative ways to catch up with bwin.party, which so far has dominated the airwaves and offline media throughout the New Jersey-New York-Pennsylvania region.

Whether affiliates will be enticed enough to focus on such a limited market remains to be seen.  Only those physically located in New Jersey will be able to wager with Betfair.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Mar/21/2014

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