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Last week we learned that legal and regulated online poker will go live this November in Nevada! New Jersey is close behind with their own legislation! And now, talk in Iowa seems to indicate that state could give them a race to see who goes online first! Also this week, industry news out of Canada and Italy! 16 March 2012
Legal Online Poker! Nevada! New Jersey! Iowa?
Last week we learned that legal and regulated online poker will go live this November in Nevada! New Jersey is close behind with their own legislation! And now, talk in Iowa seems to indicate that state could give them a race to see who goes online first! Also this week, industry news out of Canada and Italy! follow the discussion
Rumor has it that regulated online gambling will once again be approved in New Jersey as early as next week... and this time, the Governor is on board! Also, that's not the only U.S. state making online gambling news this week. Big things are in store for Nevada! 9 March 2012
Get Ready for New Jersey!
Rumor has it that regulated online gambling will once again be approved in New Jersey as early as next week... and this time, the Governor is on board! Also, that's not the only U.S. state making online gambling news this week. Big things are in store for Nevada! follow the discussion
Bodog founder Calvin Ayre was indicted this week in Maryland for online gambling and money laundering, despite his exit from the U.S. Internet gaming market years ago. This while American based Bally Technologies takes steps toward entering the industry. 2 March 2012
Calvin Ayre Indicted !
Bodog founder Calvin Ayre was indicted this week in Maryland for online gambling and money laundering, despite his exit from the U.S. Internet gaming market years ago. This while American based Bally Technologies takes steps toward entering the industry. follow the discussion
In a world of fragmented markets, it's may seem strange to see regulators from across Europe get together in one place to discuss online gambling... but that's exactly what's about to happen! Also, any hope of federally regulated online poker in the U.S. this year seems to be slipping away. 24 February 2012
E.U. Gaming Regulators Set to Meet
In a world of fragmented markets, it's may seem strange to see regulators from across Europe get together in one place to discuss online gambling... but that's exactly what's about to happen! Also, any hope of federally regulated online poker in the U.S. this year seems to be slipping away. follow the discussion
This week's online gambling news finds a casino company looking at social games, and a social games company looking at casinos! Caesars Entertainment says it stands to benefit from social gaming, while Zynga says it finds online gambling "very interesting". And all this just when you thought things couldn't get more complicated! 17 February 2012
Online Gambling and Social Media Collision
This week's online gambling news finds a casino company looking at social games, and a social games company looking at casinos! Caesars Entertainment says it stands to benefit from social gaming, while Zynga says it finds online gambling "very interesting". And all this just when you thought things couldn't get more complicated! follow the discussion
This week, J Todd is back "Stateside" with industry news from Europe and the United States about online gambling regulation. Plus, updates from California, Connecticut, and Iowa. And a look at a Presidential candidates position on internet gambling.
10 February 2012
U.S. and E.U. Online Gambling Regulation News
This week, J Todd is back "Stateside" with industry news from Europe and the United States about online gambling regulation. Plus, updates from California, Connecticut, and Iowa. And a look at a Presidential candidates position on internet gambling. follow the discussion
J Todd takes his regular mid-winter trek to the United Kingdom in search of the London Affiliate Conference, having fun, cutting up, and acting completely unprofessional ! Also, major industry news from Washington, D.C. and Caesars Entertainment. 4 February 2012
Caesars, Washington D.C. and the London Affiliate Conference
J Todd takes his regular mid-winter trek to the United Kingdom in search of the London Affiliate Conference, having fun, cutting up, and acting completely unprofessional ! Also, major industry news from Washington, D.C. and Caesars Entertainment. follow the discussion
Prosecutors in the "Black Friday" indictments scored a victory this week, as one of the accused entered a guilty plea and could face up to fifty-five years in prison. Also, we have industry news from Belgium, the United Kingdom, and New Jersey. 20 January 2012
Black Friday Guilty Plea
Prosecutors in the "Black Friday" indictments scored a victory this week, as one of the accused entered a guilty plea and could face up to fifty-five years in prison. Also, we have industry news from Belgium, the United Kingdom, and New Jersey. follow the discussion
This week the New Jersey legislature handed Governor Chris Christie legislation to expand sports betting online within state. Signing the bill into law, however, could cause a fight at the federal level. Also, the Alderney Gambling Control Commission told players in the United Kingdom this week that they can no longer help them recover lost deposits, and that they should call their local police for assistance. 13 January 2012
New Jersey Round Two!
This week the New Jersey legislature handed Governor Chris Christie legislation to expand sports betting online within state. Signing the bill into law, however, could cause a fight at the federal level. Also, the Alderney Gambling Control Commission told players in the United Kingdom this week that they can no longer help them recover lost deposits, and that they should call their local police for assistance. follow the discussion
J Todd returns for 2012 with the biggest story in internet gambling since the passage of the UIGEA. What led the Department of Justice to change their mind about web based betting? What does their decision mean for the online gambling industry? 6 January 2012
The DoJ's About Face on Internet Gambling
J Todd returns for 2012 with the biggest story in internet gambling since the passage of the UIGEA. What led the Department of Justice to change their mind about web based betting? What does their decision mean for the online gambling industry? follow the discussion
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