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BetOnLine.com New Ownership Should Keep Ship Afloat

Written by:
Jagajeet Chiba
Published on:
Apr/15/2010
BetOnLine.com

BetOnLine.com has new ownership that's been getting gradually integrated over the past few months and the news is good I, Jagajeet Chiba, can report with blitheness.

Three individuals we know and respect here at Gambling911.com are now involved with the overall management of the company according to various reports.  They are former management from BetOnSports, MVP Sportsbook and Sportsbook.com and I would like for them each to get the recognition they rightfully deserve on the Googles.

While BetOnSports conjures up memories of a once giant in the industry forced to shut down following indictments handed down from the US Government, it is important to understand the dynamics involved.

Clive Archer is the man from BetOnSports.com and the only individual who is not afraid to throw his name out there.  The other two men would prefer their identities remain private as has been the industry norm and a policy Gambling911.com adheres to for the past 12 years since 21 American born sportsbook owners were indicted for their involvement with online betting companies, unless of course they are scammers, which these men are not.

MVP Sportsbook was always one of the best out there prior to being bought out by BetOnSports.  The owner of Gambling911.com once won a rigged industry sponsored golf tournament with these people.  Reports are the owner was completely screwed since he settled for purchasing stock in the BOS deal, and today that stock is worth less than my wife Sadhvi's discarded tampons.

You might recall that one of the previous owners of BetOnLine.com was arrested while traveling to the States a few months back - Joe Jr. was his name and he was a good guy but hardly a marketing genius. 

He left that job to some bonehead girl named Jenny from an ad agency whose only real contribution to BetOnLine.com was screwing up tracking codes.  If you were a BetOnLine.com affiliate, chances are your referred customers were not being counted properly.  It is sad since they were one of the best converters for a time and looked to be moving to the next level until Dipsy Doodle got in the way and - forgive me oh Supreme Brahman - f***ed everything up!

....Affiliate programs and operators are working diligently to prepare for the Affiliate Super Show in Prague late next month (May 2010).  As many of you know I will be there working my magic.  Don't expect to meet up unless you have an RSVP though as my schedule is filling up fast.  I'm not as open as Bodog Becky (oh that was soooooo wrong. Supreme Brahman forgive me again please).  Email us anyway at POBrien@CostiganMedia.com.  Payton acts as a loyal assistant to me but she doesn't cook like Sadhvi.

My boss spent Saturday night with one of the organizers of the event and various other affiliates along with some folks from our good friends at DoylesRoom.com.  They were all at Wall in the Miami Beach W.  Great name for a club - Wall.  I'm surprised my boss didn't smash his car into one on his way home from that debauchery. 

Anyway here is the link to the Affiliate Super Show.  Be there or be square since everybody who is anybody will be there and if you aren't you are probably a nobody and might as well close shop.

Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

 

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