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22 November 2016 Trouble down under
Some online gambling news breaks out of Australia, where its own version of UIGEA is taking shape. Additional stories include New Jersey's last attempt to change the sports betting laws in America, and some news from former Amaya CEO David Baazov. follow the discussion
14 November 2016 Trump and online gambling
This week, we take a look at President-elect Donald Trump and what he could mean for the industry. Plus, stories from Pennsylvania and the U.K. follow the discussion
7 November 2016 Gambling policies, currencies and matrimony
This week, the political environment for the German market changed and a potential threat in Italy appeared. Also, as old mergers wrap up, interesting new ones unfold. follow the discussion
31 October 2016 A decade of perspectives
We celebrate ten years of bringing you online gambling news and videos this week, with stories from the U.K., New York and Pennsylvania. Also, our third music video looks back at the past ten years in our industry. follow the discussion
24 October 2016 A world of merger news
The proposed partnership between William Hill and Amaya Gaming wasn't the only merger making headlines this week. There's also been movement in a Ladbrokes deal with Gala Coral, and a big deal just closed in Australia. Also, some industry news from the state of Pennsylvania. follow the discussion
14 October 2016 Gambling news from New York, Canada and the U.K.
Rumors flew this past week over a possible merger between William Hill and Amaya Gaming. In addition, there have been legal developments concerning fantasy sports in New York state, and an update on a story from last week. follow the discussion
10 October 2016 Kahnawake out of U.S., Full Flush vanishes
The Kahnawake Gaming Commission has ordered their licensees out of the U.S. market after talks with the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement. Meanwhile, players and webmasters continue to wonder about the future of Full Flush Poker, which went offline this week. follow the discussion
4 October 2016 The 2016 G2E special
This week, some special hosts bring you online gambling news from the Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas. Topics of discussion include the regulation of sports betting in America, the new Senate bill that targets our industry and the ten year anniversary of the UIGEA. follow the discussion
26 September 2016 eCOGRA's crocodile tears
After the last video calling out eCOGRA for their inept handling of affiliate matters, their chief executive, Andrew Beveridge, decided to defend their actions. This week, we examine what Mr. Beveridge had to say and respond accordingly. follow the discussion
19 September 2016 eCOGRA's road apples
This week, we follow up on Brightshare's actions (or lack thereof) in regard to shaving affiliate commissions. That includes the involvement (or lack thereof) of eCOGRA and their so-called "Affiliate Trust" seal. Plus, the latest revelations surrounding former Amaya Gaming CEO David Baazov. follow the discussion
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