A University of Arizona College professor has just won the $1500 buy-in “Monster Stack” No-Limit Hold’em Event #41 at this year’s World Series of Poker.
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Gambling911.com endorsed RealBookies.com has announced the introduction of its very own proprietary line moving software.
The RealBookies.com Pay Per Head sportsbook has positioned itself as one of the leaders in the PPH sector, having acquired a couple of smaller Price Per Head businesses in recent weeks.
Gambling911.com endorsed RealBookies.com continues a modest trend of consolidation within the explosive Pay Per Head sector, this time with the acquisition of 247PPH.com.
Based in Costa Rica, 247PPH.com billed itself as a Price Per Head offering agents quality lines, superior network stability and fast service.
As the name 247PPH.com implies, the company is open around the clock to handle all customer needs across the globe.
One of the best magazines on the planet, Fast Company, features an interview with FanDuel CEO Nigel Eccles in which he insists that his company will survive the regulatory pressure and government skepticism that has plagued the Daily Fantasy Sports sector for the past six months.
The Bitcoin online casino site Coinroll has warned its customers that their stored information, such as passwords and credit card numbers, may have been compromised following a theft.
At the start of the 2015-2016 Premier League season, the fine folks at Paddy Power had offered Leicester at 5000-1 odds to win the title. Amazingly these were longer odds of US President Barack Obama confessing that the Apollo moon landing in 1968 was all faked (500-1 odds).
It is fully expected that revenue growth will continue to increase for online bookies during 2016.
There are many reasons why this is a valid prediction, but below is an itemized and short summary of the key reasons.
Gamblers patronizing the Emu Casino online (EmuCasino.com) may soon be out of luck as Australian authorities threaten to shut down the site.
In today’s Gambling911.com Q&A we are asked the question: Are Pay Per Head Services Legal in My State?
The answer to that question is both YES and NO.
Let us explain.
A Pay Per Head service is considered legal in that it operates purely as a call center and management contracting venture. But just likely Ivory Soap is 99.44 percent pure, that .56 percent is enough to keep operators offshore.
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Costa Rica-based VIPBettors.com and BetCapri.com are at the center of an extensive crackdown on illegal sports betting in the state of Rhode Island this week.
DALLAS — (Associated Press) - Tony Romo is ready for another attempt at a fantasy football event that organizers say the NFL essentially nixed last year because of plans to hold the fan-centric activities in Las Vegas.
Has your bookie business grown to a point where you need an offshore betting solution? Being a bookmaker requires you working long hours, keeping tight track of a lot of data and there is only so much business you can take before it starts getting out of hand and you need to start expanding and looking for more efficient alternatives to handling your operation and catering to your clients’ demands.
Betting on baseball and in particular MLB games may not bring in as much action as professional leagues such as the NFL or NBA, but with a 162-game regular season schedule for 30 teams It still offers a wealth of opportunity for independent bookmakers to help manage their own sportsbook during the warmer months of the year.
High Times Magazine is said to be in early talks to develop cannabis smoking lounges in Vegas casinos, though the drug is only permitted for medicinal purposes in the state at the current time.
From the New York Times:
The bookmaker review site SportsBookReview.com is reporting the receipt of its 41st complaint against Russian-language sports betting website ZenitBet.com. они не платят
If you are an independent sports bookmaker in today’s highly competitive business environment, you need to stop and ask yourself are you really getting what you have paid for in your Pay Per Head service?
A customer of the online betting exchange Smarkets is claiming that wagering firm voided €33,483 in winning bets.
Casino mogul Steve Wynn has come under fire this week for saying that “Nobody likes to be around poor people”. Considering 99 percent of the US population (and probably the world for that matter) view themselves as “poor” when compared to the billionaire Wynn, it’s easy to see why there has been such a huge backlash coming into this weekend.
Let's say that you are a bookmaker that has an interesting number of clients that have been with you for quite some time because they trust you.
Every PPH shop out there claims they offer the best pay per head sportsbook service in the industry, and itís like any other business, thereís a strong competition, but we all know that certainly not all of them can best right?
As a consumer you are smart, you know what you are looking for in a PPH service, and you certainly donít buy into the typical selling speech: We are the best in the market.
Just about anyone that works with their hands would agree that it is extremely hard to build something without having the right tools. The same thing can be said when it comes to building a sports bookmaking business without the right Pay Per Head provider.
You would think that the state of Alabama would have more to worry about than DraftKings and FanDuel in the wake of a scandal involving its Governor caught up in a messy extra-marital affair.
Attorney General Luther Strange released the following statement Tuesday:
After announcing they would stop accepting new customers from affiliates nearly one year ago, Commission Account has now confirmed they will no longer make payments towards existing customers effective June 2016.
The gaming industry website CalvinAyre.com is reporting a possible link to Amaya Gaming, the parent company of PokerStars, and the so-called “Panama Papers
Leicester hasn’t officially won the Premier League Championship but punters are already being paid out by bookmakers the likes of BetFred.com, which just paid £40,000 on a future wager made at 2000/1 odds at just £20.
Betfred believe Tottenham can no longer catch Leicester in the title race, according to the Daily Mail.
If you run your own independent sports bookmaking business then you already know just how important it is to have the right sports betting software in place to handle all the action coming in. Not all Pay Per Head software packages work in the same way and if your current provider’s system is not up to date with the latest technological advances then it is time to give Premier Per Head a call.
A number of online gambling experts are wondering if the Amaya insider-trading case, which names founder David Baazov, might be a referendum on Québec regulators abilities (or inabilities) when it comes to proving such matters.
(Associated Press) - A federal judge is pushing back the start of a crucial trial over the future of gambling in Florida.
Montreal - Amaya Inc. (NASDAQ: AYA; TSX: AYA) today announced that Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, David Baazov, is taking an indefinite paid leave of absence from the company, effective yesterday. Mr. Baazov is taking this leave voluntarily to focus on preparing an offer to acquire Amaya and to avoid a distraction for the company while he responds to certain allegations made against him by the Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF), the securities regulatory authority in Quebec. Mr. Baazov will remain a member of Amaya’s board of directors.
The company's failure to crack down on sites that use its virtual goods as currency for bets makes it complicit in a billion-dollar gambling industry, the suit charges.
Antigua-based Intertops had advised its customers last week they were not allowing Bitcoin, the anonymous digital currency, as a payment withdrawal option but advised Gambling911.com on Wednesday Bitcoin withdrawals have now been reinstated.