2011 iGaming Supershow: BetUS.com Pulls Out

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2011 iGaming Supershow

Gambling911.com has learned that BetUS.com will not be sending representatives to the 2011 iGaming Supershow, an online gambling conference to be held in Dublin, Ireland May 24th-26th.  The big name Web betting firm had previously been scheduled to attend.  A reason for backing out was not immediately provided. 

Some sites that concentrate heavily on the US market have become a bit more squeamish about making “announced appearances”. 

BetUS.comis widely regarded as having one of the best online gambling affiliate programs among those that still target the US audience. 

One site we know will not be backing out is Bodog.com.  They are scheduling a 50th birthday party for founder Calvin Ayre. 

Ayre, who himself came dangerously close to being indicted by the Feds out of Baltimore, can breathe easier knowing that they are in the process of closing their case against him, according to high ranking Gambling911.com sources.

- Gambling911.com Staff


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