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WagerWeb's Stephanie Wynters Nominated for Best Affiliate Manager Sports Betting’s Stephanie Wynters has been around the online gambling industry from a while now and all her hard work is beginning to pay off.  She just made the short list at the iGB Affiliate Awards 2014 so let's get her some votes!

While I like her partner-in-crime, Marty Davis, and miss rubbing his shaved head and other assorted body parts we won't discuss on this family website, Marty missed the cut this year.  I do miss my little Shreky-poo.

Submitted by Jenny Woo on, Dec/07/2013

Survey Says: NJ Gamblers Know Atlantic City Brands but Nothing About Online Plans

(London) - While Atlantic City casinos have a high prompted recognition rate amongst New Jersey gamblers, over 50% of players know nothing about the casinos’ plans to go online starting next week.

Submitted by Press Release on, Nov/21/2013

Chavit Singson Gang Allegedly Orchestrates Raid on Bodog in Manila – G911 World Exclusive  sources in the Philippines have confirmed that offices of Bodog in Manila have been raided and those within the company are pointing the finger at former Philippines "Gangster Governor" Chavit Singson as the mastermind behind this action.

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Nov/21/2013

Casino Bigwigs to Battle Billionaire GOP Donor Adelson in War on Internet Gambling

Casino operators gathered in DC on Tuesday evening to develop a strategy against GOP billionaire donor and Chairman of the Las Vegas Sands, Sheldon Adelson.

In recent days, Adelson has threatened to lobby against the multi-billion dollar industry in an effort to prevent legalization within the US.  Nevada and Delaware have both started offering real money Web gambling while New Jersey is set to do so by the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.

Submitted by Alejandro Botticelli on, Nov/20/2013

Two More Casinos Approved for Online Gambling in New Jersey

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (Associated Press) - New Jersey approved two additional casinos Wednesday to conduct Internet gambling, bringing the total to seven so far.

But last-minute testing that was to continue late into the night might knock some out of the running for Thursday night's launch of a five-day test period, also called soft play.

David Rebuck, director of the state Division of Gaming Enforcement, said his office was testing the systems of the seven casinos.

Submitted by Associated Press on, Nov/20/2013

Countdown to Legalized Real Money Online Gambling in New Jersey – Starts Nov

Real money online gambling is set to launch on November 26 in the state of New Jersey following an initial trial.  We can only hope this launch goes off better than what we witnessed with the much ballyhooed Affordable Healthcare website kickoff back on October 1, a site that still doesn’t quite work.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Nov/18/2013

New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement Releases Online Gambling Guidelines

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) has released policies as they apply to online gambling marketing and promotions in the Garden State.

Submitted by Gilbert Horowitz on, Nov/13/2013

Bitcoin Currency Hits All Time High of $309: Silk Road Resurfaces

The anonymous digital currency known as Bitcoin hit an all time high of $309 Thursday (November 7, 2013).

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Nov/07/2013

Venture Capitalists Infuse More Money Into Betable

London-based online gambling website Betable has just received another $18.5 million in a round of funding led by Venture51, according to Christopher Griffin, CEO of Betable.  So far, the Web gambling firm has raised an impressive $23 million in venture capital.

From The Wall Street Journal:

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Nov/05/2013

Robert Gustafsson Slapped With Second Indictment re: Alleged Embezzlement

Another world exclusive as we have learned that late Tuesday evening (Philippines time) that the Global Internal Audit (Asset Management Group) investigating the alleged embezzlements by former Bodog director Robert Gustafsson and his so called "Swedish Mafia" have leveled yet another indictment against Gustafsson, former CFO Arleen Aldaba, Sherwin Quiambao and Sylvia De Guzman.

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Nov/05/2013

Delaware Ready to Go With Halloween Launch of Online Gambling

DOVER, Del. (Associated Press) — Delaware lottery officials are beginning real-stakes Internet gambling in Delaware with an element of secrecy.

State lottery director Vernon Kirk said Tuesday that officials will conduct a “soft launch” of online gambling on Thursday with a select group of preferred players.

He refused to say who those players are, how they were selected, or how many there are, saying state officials have decided to keep that information confidential

Submitted by Associated Press on, Oct/29/2013

The Art of Slot Machines

With approximately 197,144 slot machines in Las Vegas alone, it’s no wonder that artists have started to recognise these games as a digital platform for their work. One such artist is marine muralist Robert Wyland.

Submitted by Payton on, Oct/21/2013

AGA Proposes Changes To Slot Machine Shipping Regulations

The American Gaming Association is urging a regulation change in the shipment of slot machines in a bid to streamline the process.

The association, which represents casinos, game and software providers, is asking for the changes in order to cut down the 1.5 million different regulatory requirements of which they describe, “overly costly and complex.”

Submitted by Payton on, Oct/16/2013

Film ‘Runner, Runner’ Could Help to Make Costa Rica Croc Bridge Famous (Video)

Sure, much of the online gambling film “Runner, Runner” is a fictitious account of what really occurs in the mysterious multi-billion dollar industry.  Set in the real world online gambling Mecca of San Jose, Costa Rica but filmed almost entirely in Puerto Rico, “Runner, Runner” goes a bit overboard in its depiction of the Web gambling world (literally in some cases).

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Sep/26/2013

US Online Gamblers Spent US$2.6 Billion in 2012

WASHINGTON—(AFP) - Americans spent US$2.6 billion on gambling websites in 2012, according to a study released Tuesday by the casino industry as it renewed a push for Congress to regulate online betting.

The American Gaming Association, which released the study, said it highlights the need for federal legislation to end the state of “ambiguity” on Internet wagering.

Submitted by Associated Press on, Sep/25/2013

Man Wins $1.3 Million in a Single Weekend at Bitcoin Online Casino

One lucky individual managed to win $1.3 million this past weekend at, a European-based online casino offering a bitcoin dice game.  The amount translated into bitcoins was 11,000.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Sep/23/2013

New Jersey Expects to Have Online Gambling Sites Going by November 26

ATLANTIC CITY  — (Associated Press) - New Jersey says it remains on track to start offering Internet gambling by the end of November, although a final launch date has not yet been determined.

The state Division of Gaming Enforcement says it is trying to meet a state deadline of Nov. 26.

The division said Monday that casinos submitted additional information it requested by last Friday's deadline so that regulators can evaluate their applications to begin online betting.

Submitted by Associated Press on, Sep/23/2013

Argentina Police Arrest Hacker Who Targeted Online Gambling Sites, Processors

A 19-year-old man has been arrested in Argentina for allegedly hacking into online gambling sites and payment processors. 

Dubbed "the superhacker", the teenager was making $50,000 (£31,500) a month, working from his bedroom in Buenos Aires, police told the Reuters.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Sep/14/2013

Alderney Gets Another Black Eye: Suspends Sheriff Gaming License Following Raids

The Alderney Gambling Control Commission has finally suspended the license of Sheriff Gaming following a series of highly publicized raids in the Netherlands.

Submitted by Gilbert Horowitz on, Sep/11/2013

Curacao Fines Online Gambling Company for Operating Without a License

The Dutch Antilles island of Curacao has fined an online gambling operator $100,000 for failing to hold a gaming license.

The company, Global Stars, focuses primarily on the Dutch market where such activity is deemed illegal.

Jan Suyver, chairman of the Kansspelautoriteit, said that “companies offering online gambling now know they can be penalised because licences are yet to be granted, and consumers know that those who do so are not being supervised by the government.”

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Sep/09/2013

Delaware Rolls Out Online Gambling

The US state of Delaware rolled out its free online casino gaming platform Wednesday ahead of its planned October launch of real money online gambling.

"This first phase will allow us to really get the players acclimated to the virtual world in a legalized environment," said Tom Cook, Delaware's secretary of finance.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Aug/28/2013

Online Gambling Accounts for More Than Half of Bitcoin Transactions

Bitcoin is becoming big business in the world of online gambling.  Earlier in the month, reported that one of its ad sponsors,, had become the first online sportsbook that was not bitcoin exclusive to begin offering the anonymous digital currency. 

Submitted by Alejandro Botticelli on, Aug/25/2013

Wynn Wants In: New Jersey Online Gambling

Las Vegas Casino mogul Steve Wynn wants a part of New Jersey’s developing online gambling industry, the Press of Atlantic City is reporting.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Aug/21/2013

Arsenal FC Partners With Online Gambling Site Bodog

Following a successful 2013 pre-season tour to Indonesia, Vietnam and Japan Arsenal today welcomes Bodog as its Official Asian Betting Partner in a three year, multi-million pound deal.


Submitted by Press Release on, Aug/15/2013

Beyonce, Rihanna, Others to be Held Hostage by Online Gambling Trade Dispute

The tiny Caribbean island of Antigua is looking to be compensated by the US as part of its $3.4 billion World Trade Organization victory.  The two nations have been immersed in a decade-long dispute over Internet gambling.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Aug/14/2013

Tropicana Casino Teams Up with Creator for Online Gambling in NJ

ATLANTIC CITY — The Tropicana is the latest Atlantic City casino to line up an online partner to help it offer Internet gambling later this year.

The Trop has joined with Gamesys Limited, which runs the website.

“Gamesys has a proven track record in the UK of providing excellent products and customer service and we look forward to launching Tropicana’s Internet gaming business with them,” said Tony Rodio, the Tropicana’s president.

Submitted by Associated Press on, Aug/08/2013

888 to Bring its Online Gaming Brand to New Jersey

(Reuters) - London-listed 888 Holdings announced plans on Tuesday to launch online poker and casino games under its own brand in New Jersey this year when the state ends a ban on Internet gambling, entering a crowded field.

Internet betting was banned by Congress in 2006, dealing a blow to companies like 888 which had set up in the United States. However, tax-hungry states are now relaxing rules, creating opportunities for European players with years of expertise in the sector.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Aug/06/2013

Lock Casino Adds Five Mobile Slots Games for iPhone, iPad

Lock Casino, one of the most successful online casinos, has unveiled a series of new products including 3D slots and mobile slots.

“The new interactive 3D slots will have movie-like graphics,” Senior Marketing Director Jay Park tells 

As for the mobile casino platform, players can look forward to this new product offering very soon.

Devices supporting the new mobile online casino slots games include:

•    iPhone 4S

•    iPhone 5

•    iPad 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Aug/06/2013

What a Crock: Thousands of Affiliate Websites Taken Down by HostGator Outage

Online gambling affiliates and other websites were severely impacted by a massive outage at hosting companies HostGator, BlueHost and HostMonster.

All sites on these respective companies servers have effectively been taken offline. reports that each of the hosting services are part of the Endurance International Group and that the outage appears to be related to server maintenance at the Provo, Utah, data center. 

Submitted by Payton on, Aug/02/2013

Facebook Passes $38 Initial IPO Offering Price

NEW YORK – (Associated Press) - Facebook's stock has passed its $38 IPO price for the first time since its rocky public debut last May, crossing a symbolic hurdle that has eluded it for more than a year.

Submitted by Associated Press on, Jul/31/2013

Breaking News

Colorado Sports Betting Bill Introduced Late in Session

Colorado Sports Betting Bill Introduced Late in Session

Some Colorado lawmakers want to ask voters in November whether sports betting should be legal in the state.

Iowa Sports Betting Bill Passes in Senate

Iowa Sports Betting Bill Passes in Senate

A bill that would legalize betting on sporting events and fantasy sports in Iowa has passed the Senate and is expected to be considered as soon as Monday in the House.

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