Intrastate Internet poker will not be regulated by the state of California anytime soon, as proponents couldn’t come to agreement about licensing requirements.
Month / June 2010
The granting of a domain dedicated to pornography on the Internet makes analysts wonder if online gambling will also receive its own dot zone.
A method being used by the New Hampshire Lottery to give customers funding at its new online gambling site may prove of use to Internet casinos trying to stay clear of UIGEA enforcement.
Las Vegas Sands boss Sheldon Adelson says India could prevent untaxed revenue from leaving to foreign online casinos and gambling venues by building a resort gaming complex.
New Jersey legislators are crafting a bill to allow casinos licensed in Atlantic City to operate online casino gambling in the state.
Utah may seem a poor sister compared to its new relatives in the Pac-10, but sports betting reality is that Utah’s football program may be the conference’s strongest.
While Las Vegas gaming operators become eager to prepare for the opening of the US online casino market, state regulators are cautioning them to be wary.
The Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina say they won’t open casinos if given federal recognition, and the tribe fired a gambling consulting firm to prove its statements.
News of China’s continuing crackdown on online gambling so resembles US action that the US seems, in this instance more like the totalitarian country than other democracies like the UK.
A group of Australians are suing drug companies for manufacturing pills that allegedly caused patients to gamble uncontrollably or seek out pornography as an obsession.
An announcement that Mariah Carey is expecting a baby has brought gambling on celebrity pregnancies to the forefront at online casinos.
Protests of the problematic nature of regulating online casinos ignore the technology needed to enforce the UIGEA Internet gambling ban.
Anti-gambling groups are happy the UIGEA implementation will take effect June 1st, but legislation rendering the online casino ban moot is making slow progress and may give Internet gambling operators the last laugh.
Casino interests in New Jersey are looking for cost-cutting measures to offset the plunging income of Atlantic City gaming venues, and the state’s horse-racing subsidy is a prime target.