Dan Igo Article Archive

Dan Igo has contributed 17 articles published on the iGaming News site.
Indian tribes want major role in online gaming process (17 November 2011)
Sen. Daniel Akaka, Chairman of the Committee on Indian Affairs, heard arguments from both proponents and opponents of regulated online gambling in a hearing on Thursday afternoon.
DOJ says Full Tilt was a global Ponzi scheme (20 September 2011)
The U.S. Department of Justice filed a motion to amend an earlier civil complaint against Full Tilt Poker, saying the company operated as a 'global Ponzi scheme' and that its primary owners, including Howard Lederer and Chris 'Jesus' Ferguson, defrauded the site’s players out of hundreds of millions of dollars.
Alderney gives Full Tilt more time (27 July 2011)
The Alderney Gambling Control Commission has delayed a hearing regarding the future of Full Tilt Poker's gaming license until Sept. 15.
Bodog to leave U.S. market at end of year (26 July 2011)
Bodog is the latest major online gambling brand to leave the U.S. market after it announced Tuesday morning it will no longer accept bets from American customers when its current licensing agreement with Morris Mohawk Gaming expires at the end of this year.
The 'Naughty' Casino City Awards (23 December 2010)
The Casino City Gang (Dan Igo, Vin Narayanan and Aaron Todd) voted on the naughty and nice in its first-annual Casino City Awards this week. Here's who made their naughty list.
ECJ strikes down German gambling restrictions (8 September 2010)
The European Court of Justice, Europe's highest court, ruled Wednesday that German gambling restrictions breach European Union law.
YouTube to allow gambling advertisements (22 June 2010)
YouTube will allow “licensed entities located in England, Scotland, Wales, Italy, France or Spain” to run online gambling advertisements on the popular video sharing site.
California Indian tribe rejects online gaming legislation (22 June 2010)
The Morongo Band of Mission Indians surprisingly rejected a proposal that would legalize online gambling in California.
France issues 17 online gambling licenses (9 June 2010)
The French government issued 17 online gambling licenses to 11 different operators Tuesday for betting on sports, horse racing and poker.
Massachusetts gambling bill may criminalize online gambling (6 April 2010)
Legislation that would allow land-based casinos in Massachusetts includes a provision that may criminalize online gambling.
PPA seeking poker exemption to UIGEA (6 April 2010)
Full Tilt subject of federal probe (6 April 2010)
iMEGA member identified in Kentucky motion (26 March 2010)
Kentucky Supreme Court overturns online gambling ruling (18 March 2010)
Kaplan sentenced to 51 months in prison (3 November 2009)
Bodog regains control of Bodog.com (21 April 2009)
Former BetonSports CEO pleads guilty (2 April 2009)

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