2011 March 14 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
A Manassas Park native was found shot to death in his Grove City , Ohio , apartment on Friday.
WSOP events now move on to San Diego for the rest of the month. The latest World Series of Poker champion is Brian Ali, after he won the three-day poker tournament at Caesars Atlantic City.
Owing to its mass appeal, social networking site Facebook, in association with Save the Children and Zynga, will now enable users to play some its hugely popular games to help the disaster stricken people and children in Japan.
Security intelligence provider Q1 Labs and managed services supplier Prosidie have been collaborating in a project to help Prosidie sports betting client Genybet meet the strict online gambling security regulations demanded by the French regulator ARJEL. The project has involved ensuring that the security of cloud-based gambling sites is compliant with regulator requirements. Genybet parent […]
The European Commission has confirmed that its chief Michel Barnier will not be releasing the much-anticipated Green Paper on Online Gambling on March 16 as planned, but that the presentation will be made on March 23rd. In January this year Barnier released his draft policy document to officials and lobbyists in Brussels, including in the […]
Sportsbook technology provider Offsidegaming has announced an agreement with Latin American marketing partner, Tristar International, to launch a number of sportsbetting, casino and poker sites across the Latin American region. A company spokesman said this was the second deal of its kind in Latin America for Offsidegaming and it will see Tristar International launch Bet9.com […]
Online gambling group Unibet has been handed a Euro 75 000 suspended fine by a Belgian court…before the company was given an opportunity to enter a plea, according to the local media site RTL. The issue, which is about alleged breach of advertising restrictions, surfaced as recently as last (February 2011) month when the Belgian […]
“Card-playing software is now good enough to win tens of thousands of dollars on major poker sites, and human players aren’t happy about it.” Link: Source: NYT > Science Download time: Mar 14 2011 7:32 AM ET Bryan Taylor, 36, could not shake the feeling that something funny was going on.
Anyone following the news in the past few days knows about the epic earthquake that shook Japan down to its core.