2005 June 12 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
If you lump poker into pop culture, itÂís certainly one of the hottest trends to grip the United States and Europe this decade. But, like a lot of trends, will it be a passing fancy or does it stand on …
The world’s favorite online casino, InterCasino, has added to its plethora of plaudits by bagging the title ‘Top Online Casino 2005’, as awarded by top US gambling magazine Casino Player.
Next generation games and knockout tournaments are increasing average stakes and lifetime customer value in the burgeoning skill games arena.
The US PGA tour moves to the Congressional golf course in Maryland for the Booz Allen Classic, which was site of the 1997 US Open.
Montreal will see an influx of online gambling people from 45 nations and all sectors next week as the industry gathers to debate and network at the Global Interactive Gaming Summit & Expo (GIGSE)
Turnkey provider Playtech has joined the growing list of software providers who are sensibly making provision for player disputes that have proved impossible to resolve at casino level.
The industry was again reminded to be on the alert this week after another phishing attempt surfaced, this time directed at Betfair clients.
Isle of Man licensing authorities are hoping to attract more i-gaming companies to the island jurisdiction with a new tax table approved by government in April and brought into operation this week.
Gambling Federation licensees will soon be adding the popular Chinese tile game of Mahjong to their gambling suites, following a deal between the gambling group and gaming software developer Mahjong Systems Limited.