Gambling Companies

Gambling Companies, Gambling Stocks

Slot Machine Operator to Go After PartyGaming for $287 Million

A federal appeals court has opened the door for a gaming machine manufacturer to seek more than $287 million from a global Internet gambling company, saying that the machine maker's original award

Submitted by Guest on, Oct/02/2008

British Bookmakers Can Weather Recession

British bookmakers the likes of William Hill, Paddy Power and Ladbrokes have a better chance of weathering a recession.

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Oct/02/2008

An Online Poker Room Operating Legally From the United States? You Bet!

PurePlay.com's CEO, Jason Kellerman, sat down with Yours Truly while at Barcelona's European i-Gaming Congress and Expo and answered some questions about the subscriber based online poker company t

Submitted by Jenny Woo on, Oct/01/2008

BodogLife.com Complaints Mount: Slow Pays Continue

Customers are getting paid albeit slowly....very slowly.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Sep/30/2008

World Series of Poker Winner Russ Hamilton UltimateBet Poker Cheat

The Kahnawake Gaming Commission today released its findings into a very high profile cheating scandal involving Absolute Poker and, later, the company's sister site, UltimateBet.com.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Sep/29/2008

Bodog WSOP Winner Jamie Gold Just Can’t Win: Barcelona Poker Raid

2006 World Series of Poker winner and one time Bodog representative, Jamie Gold, was scheduled to be the key speaker at this week's Casino Affiliate Poker conference and Affiliate Poker World Serie

Submitted by C Costigan on, Sep/28/2008

Important Notice to Gambling911.com Readers

Over the next few days, Gambling911.com will be testing and upgrading the website.

Submitted by Payton on, Sep/28/2008

Alberta Gamblers Biggest Spenders in Canada

Alberta is widely considered one of the strongest economies in all of Canada, supported by a burgeoning petroleum and tech industry.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Sep/28/2008

Kentucky Online Gambling Domain Hearing Reconvenes October 7

The Commonwealth of Kentucky will be in court again October 7 to face off against the online gambling industry.

Kentucky received court permission to seize 141 gambling Web sites' domain names as it tries to put them out of business there. Gov. Steve Beshear (D) said at a press conference that the gambling-friendly state is taking "unprecedented action" against sites that "siphon off money from regulated and legal games," such as the state lottery and thoroughbred racing. Kentucky has lost "tens of millions" to unlicensed gambling, he said.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Sep/26/2008

Online Gambling Websites React to Kentucky Action: Change Domain Names

A number of online gambling websites have obtained brand new domain names in the event that the commonwealth of Kentucky gets away with seizing up to 141 such URLs named in a complaint.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Sep/26/2008

LazerWager Shuts its Doors for Good

That online sports book with the stupid name has finally bit the dust....just like a few of the banks in the US.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Sep/25/2008

Bodog Poker Open II Starts Sunday as Customers Wait Months to be Paid

Go to most online poker and sports betting forums, chances are you will find tons of threads discussing how people have been waiting months to get paid by Bodog.

Submitted by Payton on, Sep/25/2008

Kentucky Online Gambling Domain Dispute Postponed One Day

A hearing to determine whether the commonwealth of Kentucky will be able to seize up to 141 online gambling domains has been put off until Friday at 3:30 pm, Gambling911.com has learned.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Sep/25/2008

Online Gambling Sector Awaits Kentucky Decision

A group of lawyers have descended upon the commonwealth of Kentucky Thursday morning to block efforts by that state's Governor, Governor Steve Beshear, in seizing up to 141 domain names.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Sep/25/2008

Vice Shares Like Gambling Help to Stimulate the Economy

The portfolio of "unethical" shares which we picked on this week last year has unsurprisingly lost value in the past 12 months, but has beaten the general market, as well as the FTSE For

Submitted by C Costigan on, Sep/25/2008

Cryptologic Predicts Losses of $3.6 Million in Quarter

While long established online gambling software provider, Cryptologic (TSX:CRY) , was anticipating operating losses of $1 million to $1.5 million in the current quarter, the foreign exchange loss w

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Sep/25/2008

State Relies on Fear Factor But Industry: Online Gambling Fights Back

The Commonwealth of Kentucky will be holding a hearing on Thursday to determine if it can seize up to 141 online gambling related domain names.

Gov. Steve Beshear said his administration has asked a Franklin County Circuit Court judge to give the state control of 141 gambling Web site domain names. Beshear said he's looking to restrict Kentuckians' access to Web sites with names that include some of the most popular gambling sites for U.S. players: bodoglife.com, doylesroom.com and fulltiltpoker.com.

Beshear referred to these online gambling firms as "blood suckers".

Submitted by C Costigan on, Sep/24/2008

PokerStars Ad Banned for Implying Gambling Makes a Person Confident

The world's largest online poker room has been busted by the Advertising Standards Authority out of Great Britain.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Sep/24/2008

Steve Beshear Seizes Website: NightMARE for Horse Gambling, Poker

Even before Thursday's hearing to determine whether 141 online gambling would be seized by the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Governor Steve Beshear apparently has wasted little time.

Gambling911.com broke the story Tuesday that LuckyPyramidCasino.com is now in the control of one Commonwealth of Kentucky Justice Cabinet Eric Lycan. LuckyPyramid registrar name was transferred this week to the state. The online casino was part of the popular Real Time Gaming software platform.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Sep/23/2008

Kentucky Commonwealth Takes Control of First Online Gambling Domain

The commonwealth of Kentucky has taken control of an online gambling company in its first successful seizure of domain names.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Sep/23/2008

Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear Potential Abuse of Power in Domain Issue

The Interactive Media Entertainment & Gaming Association (iMEGA.org) suggested Tuesday that Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear's attempt to seize 141 Internet domain names from online gambling web

Submitted by C Costigan on, Sep/23/2008

Bwin Loses Bid to Halt Online Ban in German State

(Bloomberg) - Bwin Interactive Entertainment AG lost a court bid to overturn a 2007 prohibition against offering online gambling and other Internet games to customers in the German state of Lower S

Submitted by Guest on, Sep/23/2008

Online Gambling Domain Name Seizures Has Internet on Edge

News that the state of Kentucky was looking to seize 141 online gambling related domain names had everyone across the Internet wondering "Who's going to be next?".

Kentucky's pro-gambling governor is looking to make sure all bets are off for these Web sites that operate in the state that's home to the world's biggest horse race, that being the Kentucky Derby. That race is the single most bet on event after the Super Bowl and nearly rivals it.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Sep/22/2008

Things You Need to Know About the $75 Mil UltimateBet Claim

MSNBC.com reported on Thursday that there was a $75 million claim involving UltimateBet.com, a leading online poker room.

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Sep/19/2008

Full Tilt Poker Signs Blind Man as Red Pro

Hal Lubarsky isn't a household name in the poker world. If you blinked you may have missed his 15 minutes of fame on the ESPN WSOP broadcast. So here's the short version - He's blind.

Submitted by Guest on, Sep/19/2008

Phil Hellmuth Stands by UltimateBet: $75 Mil Claim Made By Poker Company

Phil Hellmuth, who holds the record for most World Series of Poker bracelets won, insists that online poker room UltimateBet is doing everything possible to clean up the mess left by a few bad appl

Submitted by C Costigan on, Sep/18/2008

Barney Frank a Busy Man Amidst Wall Street Turmoil, Online Gambling Bill

Chairman of House Financial Services Committee, Barney Frank, has been a busy man these days.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Sep/17/2008

Las Vegas Begs Poker Players to Start Playing “regular” games

Forbes.com announced last week that Vegas gambling revenue declined 14 percent in the month of July. Shortly following that announcement it was leaked that leaders from the large casinos such as The Bellagio and The Wynn have asked big poker players like Doyle Brunson and Phil Ivey to start playing "regular" games like Craps and Blackjack so that they have a shot at their money too.

When reached for comment, Phil just stared down the camera.

Submitted by Guest on, Sep/16/2008

PartyGaming Added to Prestigious FTSE4Good UK 50 Index

Fifteen UK companies, including online gambling firm PartyGaming, have been added to the FTSE4Good UK 50 Index of companies striving for good corpor

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Sep/16/2008

Joe Biden’s Son Worked for Online Gambling Firm

Hunter Biden, the son of Democratic Vice Presidential running mate, Joe Biden, has agreed to quit his lobbying business.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Sep/16/2008

Breaking News

Cheney Loses to Hagerman: "Now the Real Work Begins"

Cheney Loses to Hagerman: "Now the Real Work Begins"

Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney, a leader in the Republican resistance to former President Donald Trump, was fighting to save her seat in the House on Tuesday.

Michael Cohen Says the Mar-A-Lago Mole is Jared Kushner

Former Trump Attorney Michael Cohen Says the Mar-A-Lago Mole is Jared Kushner: Latest Odds

"It is someone in his immediate family," Cohen said.  "It has to be someone in his inner circle."

Mike Matusow Wants to do a Podcast Where He Smokes Pot and Takes Phone Calls

Mike Matusow Wants to do a Podcast Where He Smokes Pot and Takes Phone Calls

He's also doing a Q&A on Reddit called "Ask Me Anything".....and as one would expect, it's turning into a bit of a trainwreck.