Visa vice-president for corporate media relations Connie Lee Kim provided Gambling 911 an exclusive statement about the matter.
Matt Skinner of Gambling911.com provides us with 6 reasons why bookies have difficulties building their business.
The goal of every bookmaker is to grow and increase revenue. But after some time, you might not be reaching the economic goals that you hoped for. The guys over at Premierperhead.com have used their experience to compile a list of mistakes that you should avoid in order to grow.
6. Start with a bankroll
US-based sports bettors are ready to start wagering on eSports and that time is likely to come by summer’s end, Gambling911.com can report. Some of the US-facing online sportsbooks are already looking into the phenomenon.
Gambling911.com has just learned that Howard Rubinsky, the defendant in a case against American Pharoah owner for alleged gambling debts, has filed an appeal.
A federal judge on Thursday ruled the lawsuit against Ahmed Zayat was filed after a six-year statute of limitations had expired in New Jersey.
Plano, Texas ranks in the top five in terms of Chinese-Americans per square mile and you know what that means? Gamblers and more gamblers….everywhere you look….there are gamblers, most of whom bet on their beloved Cowboys and Longhorns.
PayPerHead.com has begun welcoming those bookies and agents in the Portland, Oregon area, providing its worldclass Pay Per Head services in a state-of-the-art facility located in beautiful Costa Rica, the second oldest Democracy after the U.S.
PayPerHeadAgents.com has begun welcoming those bookies and agents in the San Jose, California area, providing its worldclass Pay Per Head services in a state-of-the-art facility located in beautiful Costa Rica, the second oldest Democracy after the U.S. In addition to English, Chinese, Vietnamese and Spanish are all spoken.
AcePerHead.com has begun welcoming those bookies and agents in the Nashville, Tennessee area, providing its worldclass Pay Per Head services in a state-of-the-art facility located in beautiful Costa Rica, the second oldest Democracy after the U.S.
With Gambling911.com breaking the news earlier Monday that attorney Joseph Bainton had filed a $10 million lawsuit against American Pharoah owner Ahmed Zayat, the New York Times was quick to react and file a report late Monday evening.
Gambling911.com has acquired a verified copy of a lawsuit filed last year by an individual whose attorney claims libel against American Pharoah owner Ahmed Zayat.
American Pharoah will run in Saturday’s Belmont Stakes race, looking to become the first Triple Crown winner in nearly 40 years.
The UK’s biggest bookmaker, William Hill, is refusing to pay out £1,000 on a 50p bet placed on the Rome Masters.
Julius Ndlovu, a student nurse, placed a bet on the Swiss tennis star to win a set 6-3 during his Rome Masters match against Tomas Berdych after spotting odds of 2,000-1 on William Hill's website, the Independent reported Monday.
News flash! Mickey Mouse likes to bet sports. You know how we know this? Mickey and the gang from Disney just entered into a multi-million dollar deal with one of the leading daily fantasy sports sites Draftkings.
Bookies in the Cleveland area have been enjoying a successful spring, something they haven’t had in the years since losing Lebron James to Miami.
Well, Lebron is back and the Cavaliers are back in the NBA Finals for only the second time in their history.
Gambling911.com has learned that attorneys representing an individual claiming to be owed substantial monies from American Pharoah owner Ahmed Zayat at one time requested the assistance of the U.S. Homeland Security citing that the debts owed were to offshore gambling operatives.
Three other individuals tied to what authorities call a billion dollar sports betting business were found guilty in an Oklahoma City federal court.
Rodger Bramley, 73, of Plano, Texas; Kelley Diebner, 43, of Houston; and Leon Moran Jr. 54, of Kingsburg, Calif., were found guilty in Oklahoma City federal court of racketeering conspiracy, conducting an illegal gambling business and money laundering conspiracy.
As the Ahmed Zayat story continues to develop, there are similarities between his gambling debt to Costa Rican bookmakers and previous issues which were revealed in 2013.
American Pharoah owner Ahmed Zayat denied Gamblng911.com Publisher Chris Costigan assertion, courtesy of the offshore sportsbook operators, that he was betting both sports and horse racing. The bookmakers and an agent claim Zayat owed approximately $2 million in gambling debts.
A number of media outlets, mostly from the New York area, have been digging for more information related to the explosive allegations that American Pharoah owner Ahmed Zayat owes over $2 million to offshore sportsbooks.
He owns American Pharoah, the horse competing for the Triple Crown, but Ahmed Zayat does not own the website for his own name. Ahmedzayat.com is now live.
In a Gambling911.com world exclusive, we can reveal that Ahmed Zayat is still an active offshore gambler following reports he owes over $1 million.
Gambling911 learned Thursday evening from a long-time source deeply entrenched in the gaming industry that Zayat has extensive debts and players at the highest levels of the gambling industry maintain that Zayat “is not trustworthy”.
The owner of Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner American Pharoah owes $1.65 million to an online casino, at least that is what one man is claiming, and he has filed suit.
Gambling911.com has your best pay per heads for the upcoming football season, in no particular order so be sure to check each of them out as their offerings vary and can be customized to fit your own personal needs.
PayPerHead.com – Gambling911.com has known the folks behind this outfit since before they were ever in operation. We’re talking 1998!!!
Over the past four years there have been a number of high profile bookies charged in various Connecticut towns. But it all came to a head this past January when John Barile of East Hartford was charged with burning down a Middletown restaurant for insurance fraud. The crime he is accused of was actually committed five years previous.
Gambling911.com’s “Bookies In…” series has become a hugely popular read among bookmakers, agents, sports bettors and the curious alike.
In the series we hone in on specific regions, dispense useful legal information in regard to state and sometimes local statutes, while at the same time providing a colorful history of said city, metropolitan area and/or county in terms of its bookie ties and roots.
When we think Cook County, we first think of one of the United States largest cities, Chicago.
Live in Collier County, Florida? Bookies are quite plentiful but be careful who you choose to do business with and always ensure they are doing business with call centers operating in legal offshore jurisdictions.
A Naples area bookie claiming ties to offshore sportsbook owner Spiros “The Greek” Athanas and a $100,000 per month nationwide network of enforcers to collect debt was in reality “small time” according to his lawyer.
Thomas Welch, 49, was sentenced to 4 ½ years behind bars after pleading guilty to single counts of racketeering and money laundering in connection to his local and Internet-based sports betting business.
For a comprehensive look at today’s top news stories and latest event odds from your mobile device or laptop, Visit the Gambling911.com Site Map
Regular readers of Gambling911.com have been exposed to the stories of bookies whose wives suddenly turn up dead of unnatural causes (i.e. brutally murdered).