Kevin Smith Article Archive

Kevin Smith has contributed 613 articles published on the iGaming News site.
Sportingbet Pulls Empire Bid (21 September 2005)
Sportingbet plc said on Tuesday that it has pulled its proposal to acquire online poker group Empire Online. Meanwhile, the company could be in hot water for keeping an IP law suit from investors.
Sweden to Regulate Internet Poker? (16 September 2005)
Recent remarks by a Swedish government official have the country's national lottery hopeful that it will be allowed to launch an Internet poker room.
Kyl Bill Meets Death Again (15 September 2005)
U.S. Sen. Jon. Kyl's, R-Ariz., latest effort to prohibit Internet gambling in the United States has failed.
NC Lottery Law Clears Way for Internet Sales (13 September 2005)
The United States' newest state lottery could one day be the country's first to sell lottery tickets over the Internet.
The Inevitable Return of Jon Kyl (12 September 2005)
One of I-gaming's staunchest opponents is about to be heard from again--possibly as soon as next week.
Sportingbet Bids for Empire Online (6 September 2005)
Analysts have been predicting that a period of consolidation is just around the corner for the online gambling industry, and Sportingbet plc has stepped up in the roll of buyer by bidding to acquire Empire Online for £791 million.
Cassava Speaks - IPO Planned for this Month (2 September 2005)
Officials with Cassava Enterprises, the operator of 888.com, Casino-on-Net, Pacific Poker and a host of other gambling-related sites, have announced that the company is planning a late September float on the London Stock exchange.
CryptoLogic Dismisses Betfair/InterCasino Doom (30 August 2005)
CryptoLogic Inc. says published reports on its demise are greatly exaggerated and in some cases entirely inaccurate.
Advertising Crackdown in Australia? (24 August 2005)
Three search engines catering to Australian consumers appear to be in hot water for running I-gaming advertisements, but none of them acknowledge doing so purposefully.
WPT, Travel Channel Approve 'Dot-Net' Appare (24 August 2005)
In a significant shift in policy, the World Poker Tour and Travel Channel announced Tuesday that participants in WPT events will be allowed to wear sponsor logos during tournaments. . . provided the sponsor has been approved.
WTO Sets Deadline for US Compliance (22 August 2005)
I-Gaming Advertisers Face Canadian Cold Front (19 August 2005)
PlayAway on Hold for Now in Connecticut (17 August 2005)
Fortune Lounge's IM Solution Looks Like a Winner (13 August 2005)
ARB Won't Penalize Tasmania for Licensing Betfair (11 August 2005)
IP Lawsuits Abound (9 August 2005)
PartyPoker Spots Pulled From Vegas Stations (8 August 2005)
Do Not Contact . . . (5 August 2005)
Q & A: Thomas Taulé, Interactive Gaming Holdings (2 August 2005)
Betfair Proposes a Taxation Scheme for P2P in Tasmania (1 August 2005)
California Shuts out Racing Pools (27 July 2005)
IGT Said to Be Eying WagerWorks for Acquisition (26 July 2005)
Editorial: Crisis Mismanagement 101 (20 July 2005)
Internet Poker again Drives WSOP Success (19 July 2005)
European Bookmakers Prevail in IP Cases (14 July 2005)
World Poker Tour Dismisses Brunson Offer (11 July 2005)
E-Commerce Survey Could Benefit I-Gaming Industry (8 July 2005)
CAFTA's Impact on I-Gaming Debated (7 July 2005)
I-Lottery Update - July 2005 (6 July 2005)
Poker Bot Debate Heats Up As Tourney Nears (5 July 2005)
WPT Takes the Internet Poker Stage (30 June 2005)
Talking Cross-Border Issues at GIGSE (29 June 2005)
Industry Drawing Attention From Institutional Investors (24 June 2005)
Betfair Helps Expose Betting Ring (23 June 2005)
Sporting Odds & Ends - June 2005 (22 June 2005)
Sportsbook.com Refunds Wagers on U.S. Grand Prix (21 June 2005)
GIGSE '05 Sets Records (21 June 2005)
Empire Raises $34 Million in Float (21 June 2005)
Sparks Fly During GIGSE Payment Pane (20 June 2005)
Isle of Man's New Taxation Scheme Takes Effect (2 June 2005)
Alderney Teams Up With Guernsey (1 June 2005)
Nevada Mobile Gambling Bill Receives Senate Approval (31 May 2005)
Yahoo to Launch Online Bingo Site (30 May 2005)
NATI Program Addresses Poker and Underage Gambling (25 May 2005)
Oregon Legislators Move to Ban Sports Lottery (25 May 2005)
New York Horseman Advocate Legalized Online Wagering (19 May 2005)
US Cross-Border Commerce Ruling Could Affect I-Gaming (18 May 2005)
Washington Approves Youbet.com (16 May 2005)
William Hill to Swallow Stanley's Betting Arm (16 May 2005)
Betfair Does Malta (12 May 2005)
Derby Day After (10 May 2005)
Q & A: Angela Ho (9 May 2005)
Filtration on the Wireless Horizon (6 May 2005)
Texas Legislature Rejects Internet Lottery Proposa (5 May 2005)
Prohibition 2005 - A Sneak Peek at the Kyl Bil (29 April 2005)
US States on the Internet Lottery Path (28 April 2005)
Will Betfair Strike Back? (27 April 2005)
Illinois Gets Closer to Authorizing Internet Lottery Sales (25 April 2005)
America's New Exchange (22 April 2005)
They're Baaack - Next Round of Subpoenas Targets Esquire (21 April 2005)
'Free' Advertising in the USA (21 April 2005)
Grand National Betting Soars Despite Sharing Spotlight with Major World Events (12 April 2005)
I-Gaming Industry Reacts to Passage of UK Gambling Bil (8 April 2005)
Last-Minute Deal Probably Saved UK Gambling Bil (7 April 2005)
Tasmania Could Be Considering Betting Exchange License (6 April 2005)
Reverberations Down Under? (4 April 2005)
MIT to Co-Locate in Europe and Asia (1 April 2005)
ARGO Releases Two Reports on Key Issues Facing Industry (29 March 2005)
North Dakota Senate Kills Companion Poker Bill (28 March 2005)
Atiyeh Wins Appeal, Faces New Charges and Resentencing (28 March 2005)
French Monopoly Latest to Threaten Foreign Operators (25 March 2005)
New Report Reignites Battle between Racing and Exchanges (23 March 2005)
I-Gaming Discussions on Tap For WLA Conference (22 March 2005)
Not Dead Yet - ND Legislator Holds out Hope for Defeated Poker Bil (22 March 2005)
Q & A: Anthony Novac, 1X Inc. (18 March 2005)
IGH to Commence Online Gambling Operations following Heathorns Acquisition (17 March 2005)
South Dakota Permits Internet Race Betting (16 March 2005)
The UK Gambling Market According to 888.com (15 March 2005)
DOJ Warns North Dakota (14 March 2005)
Online Poker Bill Debated in North Dakota Senate (9 March 2005)
Supreme Court Ruling Leaves SAGE in the Cold (7 March 2005)
Betfair Signs First MOU with North American Racing Body (4 March 2005)
England's New Sports Betting Code of Practice (1 March 2005)
Real Madrid Targets Online Betting Operations (25 February 2005)
North Dakota Lawmaker Impressed by Industry Response After Schedule Change (24 February 2005)
Casino Watch - March 2005 (23 February 2005)
Gambling Federation Head Regrets Tactic in Fighting Hacker (22 February 2005)
Q&A: Richard Phillips, the World Poker Tour (18 February 2005)
North Dakota Representative Calls on I-Gaming Industry for Support (18 February 2005)
North Dakota House Passes Internet Poker Bil (17 February 2005)
Youbet Announces Chinese Racing Venture (15 February 2005)
Super Bowl Wrap-up: Miserable NFL Season for Bookmakers Ends on a High Note (12 February 2005)
The Mobile Gaming Climate Is Right - For Digital Orchid, It's Time to Bloom (11 February 2005)
A Glimpse at the WPT's Plan to Rule the Internet World (7 February 2005)
Online Sports Betting Industry Looks Strong Heading Into Super Bowl Weekend (3 February 2005)
Damage Control: Betinternet Wants to Clear Its Name after Race Fixing Scanda (2 February 2005)
Yahoo and the 'New Era' of P2P (27 January 2005)
Hardly Child's Play - Popularity of Poker Among American Teens Raises Concerns (26 January 2005)
Bookmakers Weather the NFL Storm in '04 (18 January 2005)
Making It Happen in Belgium - A Steep Task (13 January 2005)
RTG Rolls out Mobile Games (12 January 2005)
Asia's Answer to the Poker Boom? (10 January 2005)
Prospects for P2P's Seemingly Impenetrable Top Tier (10 January 2005)
Setbacks for BetonSports (5 January 2005)
Taking a Dip in the Pool Business (21 December 2004)
Channel 4 Takes on P2P (18 December 2004)
Northern Territory Turns Cold Shoulder to Betting Exchanges (17 December 2004)
Aussie Federal Government Reiterates its Position on Betting Exchanges: It's up to the States (13 December 2004)
Betting Exchanges Debated at US Symposium (9 December 2004)
Fighting DDoS on the Fly (19 November 2004)
An Internet Presence for WSOP? (18 November 2004)
Betfair Takes on Sporting Options Clients (16 November 2004)
Sporting Options Ceases Operation (15 November 2004)
Remote Gambling Issues Stirring Debate with UK Bil (12 November 2004)
ECJ Rules in Favor of Bookies, Lottery Operators in Fixtures Use Case (9 November 2004)
In-flight Gambling Under Consideration by Ryanair (8 November 2004)
Another Important Step for the UK Gambling Bil (2 November 2004)
Sportingbet to Challenge French Monopolies (1 November 2004)
Sportingbet Acquires Paradise Poker (29 October 2004)
UK Policymakers Express Concerns over Gambling Bil (27 October 2004)
Internet Lottery Games for British Columbians (13 October 2004)
BT's Land of Opportunity (12 October 2004)
International Racing Group Enacts Action Plan Against Illegal Wagering (7 October 2004)
Rules Committee Pulls Anti-Gambling Language From Sept. 11 Bil (7 October 2004)
I-Lottery Update - October 2004 (6 October 2004)
Brazilian Lotto Going Mobile, Others to Follow (5 October 2004)
Q & A: Stuart Doyle, WWTS (1 October 2004)
The Golden Palace of Skills (29 September 2004)
US Legal Battle over Advertising Resumes with Missouri Settlement (27 September 2004)
Industry Dodges Latest Oxley Prohibition Attempt (24 September 2004)
Oxley to Piggyback Funding Prohibition Bill on Anti-Terrorism Legislation (21 September 2004)
Poker's Leading Operators Spread Their Wings (21 September 2004)
Well Done? Betfair Doesn't Think So (20 September 2004)
Q & A: Steve Lipscomb, the World Poker Tour (16 September 2004)
PayPal to Fine Users for Gambling, Gawking and Popping (13 September 2004)
Exchanges Unite to Form Assocation (9 September 2004)
Ontario Racing Commission Challenges Legality of Woodbine Site (8 September 2004)
Sky Goes Live with Virtual Horseracing (7 September 2004)
BetOnSports Commences Grassroots Television Campaign (3 September 2004)
ISI and the Remote Future for Gambling in Nevada (2 September 2004)
Australian Racing Board Launches Assault on Betfair (2 September 2004)
Q &A: Lenny Barshack, Tribeca Tables (31 August 2004)
Another Round of Interactive Gambling Talks in Nevada (30 August 2004)
Racing UK, SIS Battle over Data Rights (25 August 2004)
Spain Primed for Interactive Football Betting (24 August 2004)
New Zealand DIA Warns Companies Offering Text-Based Contests (20 August 2004)
Tough Challenge Ahead for UK National Lottery (19 August 2004)
Seeking a Solution to the Exchange 'Problem' (12 August 2004)
Precedent, Case Law Favor Casino City According to Legal Experts (10 August 2004)
UK, Australian Betting Brands Merge (9 August 2004)
New Private UK Lotto to Rival Camelot (6 August 2004)
FSA Warns Spread Betting Firms About Practices (6 August 2004)
I-Lottery Update - August 2004 (5 August 2004)
Golden Palace Breaks New Ground: Joins Race to Space (5 August 2004)
Yahoo, Google Targeted in Class Action Suit for Taking Online Gambling Ads (4 August 2004)
Virtual Racing Competition Heating Up (3 August 2004)
Missouri Officials Bust (2 August 2004)
Operators Respond Differently to UK Report on Underage Gambling (29 July 2004)
Betfair Seeks Deal with Cricket Australia (28 July 2004)
Mega Deal Down Under: Betfair and PB (23 July 2004)
Centrebet Hit with Barrage of DDoS Attacks (22 July 2004)
The IGA Review - Beyond Betting Exchange Policy (21 July 2004)
P2P in the States' Hands Down Under (20 July 2004)
Stanleybet Challenges Italian Monopoly (19 July 2004)
New Vodafone Policy Protects Mobile Minors from Adult Content (16 July 2004)
Opposing Views and Australia's Inaction (14 July 2004)
Gaming Kiosks Create a Stir in London (12 July 2004)
Aussie Government Completes IGA Review - No Changes to Be Made (12 July 2004)
A Virgin Online Gambling Endeavor (8 July 2004)
I-Gaming Meets Canadian Hospitality (7 July 2004)
A Match Made in Heaven? (6 July 2004)
Australian Sports Leagues Lobby for TV Betting (2 July 2004)
Is It Time to Embrace P2P Down Under? (29 June 2004)
Australia Could Open Wagering Industry to Competition (28 June 2004)
Kansas Legislators Question Legality of New E-Lottery (28 June 2004)
Busted: Entire List of AOL Users Sold to Online Gambling Spammer (24 June 2004)
Betfair Seeks Presence in Singapore (23 June 2004)
Littlewoods Launches ITV Betting Service (17 June 2004)
Unibet's Trifecta: A Float, a Joint Venture and a Bold Challenge (16 June 2004)
Chamber of Commerce Voices Opposition to S. 627 (16 June 2004)
Q & A: Mike Sexton (14 June 2004)
A Setback for William Hill in the Database Battle (14 June 2004)
WSOP - Thoughts from a Railbird (12 June 2004)
The IGC's 'Advertising Code of Practice' (9 June 2004)
BetOnSports Announces Plans to Float (8 June 2004)
Like It or Not, Online Poker Is a Force (7 June 2004)
The Post-attheraces Landscape Is Taking Shape (4 June 2004)
The Last Woman Standing (3 June 2004)
PokerStars.com Shines Again at World Series of Poker (1 June 2004)
Online Qualifiers Will Have Major Presence at WSOP Final Table, Sites They Represent Will Not (28 May 2004)
Nevada Reexamines Intrastate Online Gambling (26 May 2004)
US and UK Philosophies on Sports Betting Are Worlds Apart (24 May 2004)
AskWinner.com Offers Pay-per-Click Variation (12 May 2004)
British Racing - The New Media Landscape Is Taking Shape (6 May 2004)
The Funding Prohibition Debate Again Rears Its Head in Australia (4 May 2004)
AusTOTE Goes Live under Fire (3 May 2004)
NETeller Distances Itself from Touts (30 April 2004)
Youbet.com Preps for Derby Weekend (30 April 2004)
Gamedek Flies Solo (29 April 2004)
Taiwanese Entertainment Company Acquires Grand Virtua (26 April 2004)
AusTOTE v. ARB - The Dispute Is Heating Up (22 April 2004)
Post-attheraces Days Pretty Good for Betdaq (16 April 2004)
NETeller Floats on the AIM (15 April 2004)
Norfolk Island's Answer to P2P and IGA (9 April 2004)
Channel 4 Emerges in the attheraces Aftermath (9 April 2004)
The Shot Heard 'Round the Betting World (8 April 2004)
EC Asks Denmark and Greece to Lift Gambling Bans (5 April 2004)
Yahoo, Google Cut I-Gaming Ads (5 April 2004)
BBC Makes Next Move in ATR Fallout (31 March 2004)
Attheraces Pulls Plug On Broadcast (30 March 2004)
Q &A : Jay Cohen (26 March 2004)
The Latest in P2P: Spread Betting (25 March 2004)
Land-Based P2P Gets Green Light in Scotland (24 March 2004)
NCAA Holds Its Stance against Betting (19 March 2004)
Payer Authentication Tools - Can They Slay the Chargeback Monster? (17 March 2004)
Worst Part of Extortion Threat May Still Lie Ahead for Industry (10 March 2004)
Security Experts Warn About Extortion Attempts (9 March 2004)
Irish Firm Inks Mobile Lotto Deal With GTECH (8 March 2004)
Extortionists Target Online Gaming Sites (8 March 2004)
I-Gaming Bill passes House in Washington State (4 March 2004)
Washington State Close to Authorizing ADW system (2 March 2004)
Woodbine Site Under Investigation (1 March 2004)
Carib Has Assets Frozen in Belize (27 February 2004)
South Africa Not Likely to Include Interactive Gambling in New Act (27 February 2004)
New Jersey - Three I-Gaming Bills, Limited Possibilities (25 February 2004)
New Jersey Senate Revisits I-Gaming Policy (20 February 2004)
British RCA/attheraces Tiff Could Get Ugly (18 February 2004)
Positive Vibes in the United Kingdom (17 February 2004)
MasterCard Tells Merchants to Halt Illegal Activity (13 February 2004)
attheraces and the Future of British Racing (13 February 2004)
Editorial - Prohibition Wouldn't Slow Tom Smith (11 February 2004)
Mobsters Prevail in the Online Poker Circuit (11 February 2004)
The Price Is Right Online (10 February 2004)
NCAA Running Back Subject of Gambling Probe (6 February 2004)
Online Super Bowl Betting Increases for Fourth Consecutive Year (3 February 2004)
Sportingbet's iTV Plans (21 January 2004)
Woodbine Goes Online (14 January 2004)
Ladbrokes: 'Poker Is on the Rise' (12 January 2004)
Add CES to the P2P Mix (9 January 2004)
Is M-Commerce the Answer? (8 January 2004)
Rebates, Betfair Catch Ire of Racing Industry at US Conference (23 December 2003)
Bet365 Invites Customers to Lay Horses, Football Teams (22 December 2003)
BetWWTS Pays Its 'Survivor' Dues (17 December 2003)
Ladbrokes Takes on Nordic Gambling Monopolies (15 December 2003)
WPT Starts Season 2 with No I-Gaming Ads (12 December 2003)
Sirbet.com Ad Sparks Warning From Montana Regulators (11 December 2003)
Sporting Odds & Ends – December 2003 (10 December 2003)
World Poker Tour Set for Second Season Despite Advertising Issues (9 December 2003)
TV Betting Becoming Big Business for Industry (8 December 2003)
SportsLine Cuts Last Tie to Gambling (3 December 2003)
Ladbrokes Cuts off German Customers (2 December 2003)
Betfair to Racing: 'Shrinking Margins Not Our Fault' (2 December 2003)
Congress Not Expected to Pass Kyl Bill Before Recess (21 November 2003)
ABB Wants Betting Exchange Levy Issue Revisited (21 November 2003)
DCMS Release Draft Version of Gambling Bil (19 November 2003)
Editorial: Online Gambling Needs Jack Dempsey (18 November 2003)
Betfair Apologizes for Earlier Comments (17 November 2003)
UK Sports Minister and Head of BHB Want More Betting Exchange Discussion (14 November 2003)
Alabama AG Forces Station to Pull Ads (10 November 2003)
The IGC's Advertising Code of Practice (7 November 2003)
Clear Channel Latest to Confirm Grand Jury Subpoena (7 November 2003)
A Great World Cup So Far for Online Bookmakers (5 November 2003)
I-Gaming Controversy in Six Nations (4 November 2003)
The Pick 6 Scandal - One Year Later (31 October 2003)
Casino.com Sale Reflects Boss Media's B2B Focus (29 October 2003)
P2P in the Spotlight Down Under Again (29 October 2003)
BetOnSports Responds to Infinity with Petition Drive (24 October 2003)
Assessing Australia's 'Problem' (22 October 2003)
Editorial - No Conspiracy Here, Just the Flexing of Muscles (22 October 2003)
BetOnSports Not Worried About Ads Getting Pulled on Stern Show (17 October 2003)
Stern, Other Media Outlets Pull Gambling Ads (16 October 2003)
Are Online Race Betting Services Messing with Texas? (15 October 2003)
Favored Horse Tanks It at Ludlow, Betfair Cooperates (13 October 2003)
Wide-Scale Raids in Italy Target I-Gaming Operators (9 October 2003)
Crackdown on I-Gaming Ads - Not Everyone's Flinching (3 October 2003)
Missouri Subpoenas a Cause for Concern (2 October 2003)
Canadian Reserve Welcomes I-Gaming Businesses (1 October 2003)
Premier Bet Hopes Low Margins Is a Recipe for Success (30 September 2003)
Virgin Islands 'Getting Closer' (26 September 2003)
Aussie Court Rules Against Sportodds (19 September 2003)
NCAA, NBA Not Happy with Radio Ads (16 September 2003)
Crypto Gets Listed in London, Extends Deal with Littlewoods (15 September 2003)
US State Legislators to Study I-Gaming (9 September 2003)
Lasseters Online Considers Relocating (5 September 2003)
Online Bookmakers Express Optimism for the 2003 NFL Campaign (5 September 2003)
Europe's New Players in the P2P Space (3 September 2003)
No Rake? Leave it to Dutch (28 August 2003)
Pagcor Seeks Payment from Text Messaging Services in Philippines (25 August 2003)
New Opportunities in New Jurisdictions (25 August 2003)
Is That a Lottery in Your Pocket? (20 August 2003)
Betdaq Goes Wireless (19 August 2003)
IRS Investigates Carib (15 August 2003)
Iowa Exchange Project Proves Valuable Research Too (12 August 2003)
Visa, MasterCard Target of PATRIOT Act Suit (11 August 2003)
Moneymaker's Win Brings Attention to PokerStars.com (7 August 2003)
A Skill Games Community (6 August 2003)
TVG, Maryland Jockey Club Square Off (5 August 2003)
Reversal of Levy Scheme a Huge Victory for England's Betting Exchanges (1 August 2003)
A US Government-Run Internet Betting Exchange? (29 July 2003)
PayPal, DOJ Reach $10 Million Settlement (25 July 2003)
New JC Regulations Aim to Preserve Integrity of UK Racing (22 July 2003)
Ireland Bars Jockeys from Betting on Horses (22 July 2003)
Betfair's 'Other' Problem Comes at a Bad Time (18 July 2003)
Horsemen's Group Considers Offshore Betting (17 July 2003)
Sportingbet Ends Speculation - It's Not for Sale (16 July 2003)
Betfair Takes Australian Policymakers to Task (16 July 2003)
Hong Kong Approves Soccer Betting (11 July 2003)
Australia's Betting Exchange Task Force Speaks (10 July 2003)
Restoring Confidence in UK Bettors (7 July 2003)
AWOL Bookmaker Burns UK Bettors (3 July 2003)
Big Change Means Big Business in the UK (2 July 2003)
Pulling Rank - Hard Rock Hops from Isle of Man to Alderney (26 June 2003)
Betting Exchanges Agree to Share Data with Jockey Club, if Warranted (12 June 2003)
Bachus Bill Hinged on Sensenbrenner Amendment (11 June 2003)
Belmont Caps a Successful Triple Crown Run for Youbet.com (10 June 2003)
Signs of Life for US Racing (6 June 2003)
Survivor - MGM Mirage Voted Off the Island (4 June 2003)
Breaking Apart UK Gambling Bill Could Get Racing Measures through This Session (2 June 2003)
Q&A: Andrew Beveridge, eCOGRA (29 May 2003)
Sign of the Times? (28 May 2003)
Progress Slow in UK, but Modernization Plan Is Intact (27 May 2003)
Golden Palace Exposed (27 May 2003)
Betfair Downplays ASA Ruling, Possible Changes to UK Taxation Policy (23 May 2003)
UK Tax Scheme for P2P Holds up, for Now (20 May 2003)
UK Treasury Considers Second Effort to Change Taxation Scheme for P2P (19 May 2003)
Youbet Reports Solid Results, Responds to House Activity (16 May 2003)
Hessen Could Be Germany's Next I-Gaming State (15 May 2003)
Editorial: Boys Will Be Boys (13 May 2003)
European Group Takes on Responsible Gambling (13 May 2003)
Betfair, ABA Voice Opposing Views to DCITA (9 May 2003)
Australian Casinos: 'Regulation Is the Answer' (8 May 2003)
Financial Institutions Oppose I-Gaming Transaction Ban in Australia (6 May 2003)
The Survey Says. . . Americans Want Regulation (2 May 2003)
'Derby Day' Looks Promising (2 May 2003)
Sportingbet on the Block? (1 May 2003)
Sportingbet Appeals Ruling, Tries to Recoup $2.7 Million (29 April 2003)
Shopping Odds with BetBrain (23 April 2003)
Seeking Success in the Skill-Games Space (18 April 2003)
IGC Initiates Grass-Roots Campaign (17 April 2003)
Has Youbet.com Turned the Corner? (17 April 2003)
Consolidation in the P2P Sector - Intrade Acquired by Competitor (7 April 2003)
P2P Debate Heats up in Australia (3 April 2003)
Betfair Could Face Huge Fines Down Under (3 April 2003)
A Double Dose of Bad News for Sportingbet (1 April 2003)
PayPal Comes Under Fire Again (31 March 2003)
Sportingbet's DC Mission (27 March 2003)
Magna to Usher California Into a New Age of Horse Racing (26 March 2003)
IQ-L, Phantom Fiber Partner to Produce Wireless Gambling Solutions (25 March 2003)
March Badness? A Sluggish Start for Bookmakers (24 March 2003)
BSkyB Debuts Casino-Style Games (21 March 2003)
Betting on Cricket's World Cup (18 March 2003)
New Jersey Bill Address I-Gaming and Credit Card Debt (17 March 2003)
NHL Star Downplays Internet Gambling Scanda (13 March 2003)
A World on the Brink of Unparalleled Devastation - Wanna' Bet? (11 March 2003)
McPherson Update: Prosecutor Backs Off Comments (10 March 2003)
Curacao Operator Told Not to Take Dutch Bets (7 March 2003)
Antigua Threatens US with WTO Action (6 March 2003)
Sportsline.com Severs Gaming Ties (3 March 2003)
Editorial: NCAA's Betting Attitude Shows US-UK Differences (3 March 2003)
Codere Brings Wireless Gambling to Latin America (26 February 2003)
Ladbrokes to Appeal Dutch Court Ruling (24 February 2003)
Sportingbet Targeted by Authorities in Taiwan (19 February 2003)
British Partnership Launches Telephone Racing Content Delivery Service (18 February 2003)
Pagcor Calls Mobile Game Illega (13 February 2003)
Dutch Gaming Monopoly Looks to Expel Foreign I-Gaming Sites (10 February 2003)
Could the Solution to the E-Payment Crisis Already Exist? (7 February 2003)
Betfair's Globalization Strategy (4 February 2003)
Tattersall's Moves Away from Online Gambling (31 January 2003)
Super Bowl XXXVII - The Real Score (30 January 2003)
BetWWTS Calls Sale a Reverse Takeover (29 January 2003)
Indiana's Senate Passes Prohibition Measure (28 January 2003)
Consolidated Gaming Loses a License, Gains a Sports Book (23 January 2003)
Two Microgaming Casinos Shut Down (21 January 2003)
Dueling Bills in the Hoosier State (9 January 2003)
Akamai Shuts Down Servers at Universities (19 December 2002)
Ladbrokes Kicks Off Online Poker Tournament (18 December 2002)
AWI's Sports Betting 'Revolution' (16 December 2002)
Neilander: 'Nevada Staying Put for Now' (10 December 2002)
Editorial: Is There a Spin Doctor in the House? (9 December 2002)
GAO Report Leverages Prohibition Efforts (6 December 2002)
Online Poker's Measuring Stick (3 December 2002)
Poker's Pulse Is Strong (3 December 2002)
Nevada to Decide on Interactive Gaming (2 December 2002)
Your New Pal? (25 November 2002)
New Territories for Victor Chandler (22 November 2002)
Racing Operators Focus on Protecting Themselves (21 November 2002)
Avoiding Another Breeders' Cup Fiasco (19 November 2002)
Editorial: Give the Panic Button a Rest (11 November 2002)
Speirtech Expands Its Horizons (7 November 2002)
Breeders' Cup Spells Success Worldwide (1 November 2002)
Panama Passes I-Gaming Regulations (29 October 2002)
Virtgame Gets the Nod in Nevada (25 October 2002)
Editorial: Big Coconuts at BetOnSports (22 October 2002)
After Arrests, BetOnSports Bus Continues with Defiant U.S. Tour (22 October 2002)
HGN Seeks Depositions, Documents from DrHo.com (21 October 2002)
MGM Mirage Makes Official Announcement of I-Gaming Site (17 October 2002)
Panama: The Next Hot Spot? (15 October 2002)
Malta Seminar Will Focus on Small European Jurisdictions (9 October 2002)
The Future of I-Gaming in Nevada (4 October 2002)
ISPs Are Content with the Leach Bil (3 October 2002)
Prohibition Bill Introduced in Senate (2 October 2002)
Gateway to Latin America (18 September 2002)
Smacked Again (17 September 2002)
Bet, Then Bid (16 September 2002)
Q&A: Melody Wigdah (9 September 2002)
No Dice for Gambling Ads in UK (4 September 2002)
Strip Operators React to Justice Department Letter (30 August 2002)
The Other Investigation (28 August 2002)
G2E: Bigger and Better in 2002 (22 August 2002)
On Track - August (21 August 2002)
Youbet.com Putting on a Happy Face (19 August 2002)
Net Betting on Panama's Agenda for September (15 August 2002)
Q&A: Andrew P. Lee, Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein (12 August 2002)
A New Platform for Casino Games (8 August 2002)
Tempers Flare Over P2P Betting in UK (6 August 2002)
Bank of America Reinforces Anti-Online Gaming Policy (5 August 2002)
WagerWorks Could Solidify Its Market Position Through Rank Dea (2 August 2002)
Sports Books Bitten by Tiger (1 August 2002)
Pressure Mounting for Sports Books (30 July 2002)
P2P Growing Pains (29 July 2002)
A Casualty in the Evolution of P2P (19 July 2002)
Operators Hunt for the New PayPa (17 July 2002)
New York Taking a Close Look at PayPa (15 July 2002)
Spotlight: CyberSouce (10 July 2002)
World Cup: Everyone's a Winner (9 July 2002)
CyberSource Exec Comments on Back-End Issues (9 July 2002)
World Cup Recap (4 July 2002)
Software Via the Buddy System (26 June 2002)
Multimedia Games Challenging NIGC Regulations (24 June 2002)
AGA, Horse Racing Abandon Goodlatte (18 June 2002)
Citibank Takes I-Gaming Ban Public (17 June 2002)
Dow Jones Case Could Affect I-Gaming (14 June 2002)
Bingo.com Heeds the 'Cake' Factor (13 June 2002)
Spotlight: StatFox.com (11 June 2002)
Nebraska Court Outlaws Telephone Betting (11 June 2002)
World Cup Update (10 June 2002)
Unrealized Potential: Interactive Pari-Mutuel Betting (10 June 2002)
Bookmakers Anticipate 'Historic' Weekend (6 June 2002)
'Forgotten Souls' (5 June 2002)
Sportingbet Chairman Calls Provocative Ad Campaign a Success (5 June 2002)
Online Poker Has Arrived (31 May 2002)
The Stalemate Carries On (30 May 2002)
World Cup 2002 - A Preview (29 May 2002)
Monopoly in Store for I-Gaming in Belgium (23 May 2002)
Nevada Meeting Yields only Molasses (21 May 2002)
Sportingbet Stirs the DC Pot (20 May 2002)
Q&A: David Marshall, Youbet.com (9 May 2002)
The Ho Must Go On (8 May 2002)
Grappling with the New Dea (6 May 2002)
TVG, Youbet.com Hope for Rosy Weekend (3 May 2002)
Crypto Settles with New Jersey (30 April 2002)
Spotlight: Conax (30 April 2002)
Enabling Phantom Games (26 April 2002)
P2P Sports Exchanges Make a Splash (25 April 2002)
The Armor Has Arrived (24 April 2002)
Spotlight: A Turnkey Solution by Access Gaming Systems (23 April 2002)
MasterCard's (Not So) New Policy (22 April 2002)
'Middle Man' Smacked by Third Circuit (22 April 2002)
Q&A: Norbert Teufelberger, CEO of betandwin (19 April 2002)
Bookmakers Come to Terms with BHB (18 April 2002)
New Hope for Self Regulation? (16 April 2002)
Spotlight: RealCal (16 April 2002)
Q&A: Paul Mathews, WagerWorks (11 April 2002)
Alderney Issues Online Casino Licenses (10 April 2002)
Is P2P Betting a Hotbed for Money Laundering? (9 April 2002)
Sunny Group's Post-Microgaming Life Begins (4 April 2002)
Count The Venetian In (3 April 2002)
Mandalay Pulls out of AGA (2 April 2002)
Europay Addresses I-Gaming Fraud (29 March 2002)
A Different Kind of March Madness (28 March 2002)
Spotlight: Advanced Betting Platform (26 March 2002)
What's Next for Coeur D'Alene? (25 March 2002)
P2P Betting Takes Ireland by Storm (20 March 2002)
On Track - March (20 March 2002)
Spotlight: paybox.net (19 March 2002)
Q & A: Damian Cope, Rank Interactive Gaming (14 March 2002)
Goodlatte Loses a Sponsor (13 March 2002)
Migration to Internet Pays Off so Far for A-Bet-A (11 March 2002)
A Lot of Bang for Golden Palace's Advertising Buck (4 March 2002)
A Responsible Component Amid the Deregulation Movement (1 March 2002)
Q & A: Pierre Gagnon, OddsON (28 February 2002)
attheraces Chooses Fixed-Odds Partners (15 February 2002)
A 'One-Stop Shop' in Malta (14 February 2002)
Italian Authorities Take Issue with Cora (13 February 2002)
Discussion with VEIL Interactive Technologies' Ted Koplar (12 February 2002)
VEIL Technology Inserts Data into Video (11 February 2002)
Impreveduto Pre-files I-Gaming Bil (7 February 2002)
Q & A: Charles Malir, Orbis (7 February 2002)
Super Bowl Both Good and Bad for Bookmakers (6 February 2002)
Fahrenkopf Still Opposed to I-Gaming (1 February 2002)
Q & A: Jo Jo Primrose, Betfair.com (31 January 2002)
One Weekend in the Books (28 January 2002)
UK Government, Gaming Group Share Goa (24 January 2002)
CasinoAOL's Spin on P2P Gambling (15 January 2002)
No Compromise for TVG, Magna in California (11 January 2002)
Q & A: Ron Luniewski, Youbet.com (10 January 2002)
Camelot Site Signs Deal for New Content Suite (9 January 2002)
Betting on Sammy (9 January 2002)
Q & A: Scott Smith, Next Generation Gaming (27 December 2001)
Consolidation in the P2P Sector (21 December 2001)
Microgaming: 'Business Is Good' (17 December 2001)
Fixed Odds, Financial Markets - A Match Made in Heaven? (14 December 2001)
Q & A: Ross Ivers, Paddy Power (13 December 2001)
Gamble, Gawk and Talk. . . Here Comes Jenna (12 December 2001)
Isle of Man Official Denies Reports of 'Preferential Treatment' (11 December 2001)
SINA.com Provides Avenues to Chinese Consumers (6 December 2001)
Bookmakers Start Gearing up for World Cup (6 December 2001)
I-Gaming Companies Cope with Effects of Attacks, Banking Problems (30 November 2001)
IGN Q & A: Cliff Williams (29 November 2001)
Station Boards Internet Train (27 November 2001)
AtTheRaces.com to Launch Next Month (26 November 2001)
JackPotMadness.com in a League of Its Own (21 November 2001)
New Jersey Bill on Hold for Now (20 November 2001)
Was New Jersey Bill DOA? (9 November 2001)
Q & A: Peter Kjaer, DrHo.com (8 November 2001)
Sports Books Cash in on Melbourne Cup (8 November 2001)
Ohio Charity Sells Instant Bingo Tickets Online (5 November 2001)
Goodlatte Introduces Anti-Gaming Bil (1 November 2001)
Q & A: Robert Goodlatte (1 November 2001)
From Sports Leagues to Sports Books (31 October 2001)
How Players Can Win Back Losses--in Court (24 October 2001)
Defendants React to New Jersey Complaints (23 October 2001)
New Jersey Puts the Heat on Eight More Sites (19 October 2001)
IIA Establishes Interactive Gambling Industry Code (19 October 2001)
Crown to Go Online Early Next Year (17 October 2001)
I-Gaming's New Millennium (15 October 2001)
Microgaming Endures Two More Defections (11 October 2001)
World Gaming Throws Hat into Wireless Gaming Ring (11 October 2001)
Crypto Exec Attempts to Extinguish Fire Lit by Canadian Press (9 October 2001)
Auditing Helps Sites Maintain Integrity (5 October 2001)
Q & A: Jon Moss, CryptoLogic (4 October 2001)
Update: No I-Gaming in Ireland--For Now (28 September 2001)
Six Years In, PLUS Lotto is Still Going Strong (26 September 2001)
Another Fresh Face In Biometric Mouse Market (20 September 2001)
Tragedy Could Affect Market Share for Land-Based and Online Gaming (17 September 2001)
For Sports Books, Profit Loss Pales Next to Human Tragedy (13 September 2001)
Biometric Mouse Verifies Identity Through Thumbprint (13 September 2001)
Crypto Site Hacked (10 September 2001)
Q & A: Jason Pretorius, Raceclubs.com (6 September 2001)
ClearChex Adds ID-Verifying Software (4 September 2001)
Editorial: Will Land-Based Brands Overtake Online Casinos? (3 September 2001)
Field Narrows For Web Payment Options (31 August 2001)
What's It Going to Take? (27 August 2001)
New CEO Brightens the Future for World Gaming (24 August 2001)
Visa and MasterCard Make Things Tough on I-gaming Operators (17 August 2001)
On the Verge of Something Huge (16 August 2001)
Q & A: Michael Lobel, BettingCorp Ltd. (16 August 2001)
Vegas Execs Assess the 'Newest Threat' to Communications (14 August 2001)
A View from Washington through the Eyes of Richard Bryan (13 August 2001)
Sandoval Ponders the Future (10 August 2001)
Face-off Between Mohawks and Quebec Continues (9 August 2001)
Nevada Gaming Commission Faces Steep Challenge in Regulating Online Gambling (1 August 2001)
Nevada Meeting Focuses on Access-Blocking Technology (31 July 2001)
Editorial: Fumble Down Under (2 July 2001)
GamblingSoftware.com Reloads with New Software (27 June 2001)
IQ Ludorum: The Brains Behind the Games (19 June 2001)
Q & A: Darold Parken (14 June 2001)
Access Achieves Survival through Diversification (13 June 2001)
Nevada Players Are Ready to Go (6 June 2001)
Aspiring Bingo Monarch Shoots for the Stars (1 June 2001)
Forecasting the Internet Economy (23 May 2001)
A New Spin on P2P Wagering (16 May 2001)
Would Legalized Net Betting in Nevada Fly in Washington? (11 May 2001)
Espial Has High Hopes for Its Multi-Platform Browser Technology (11 May 2001)
Hope for Problem Gamblers (9 May 2001)
Austrian Lottery Tries Casino Games on for Size (9 May 2001)
Actis Technology and Digital Fingerprinting (8 May 2001)
Editorial: Only in America (7 May 2001)
Kentucky Derby Still Lacks Draw for Online Bookies (4 May 2001)
Mixed Signals in Oregon (19 April 2001)
Oregon Case is a Hard Blow to I-Gaming Industry (12 April 2001)
A New Level of Fantasy Betting? (11 April 2001)
Net Bettor in Oregon Vies to Take down 'Racketeering Enterprise' (10 April 2001)
US Policymakers Attempt to Climb Mountain of Spam (Part 2) (4 April 2001)
US Policymakers Attempt to Climb Mountain of Spam (Part 1) (3 April 2001)
Progress Shown at AB 296 Hearing, but not without Friction (30 March 2001)
P2P Betting: A Winning Model? (Part 2) (28 March 2001)
P2P Betting: A Winning Model? (Part 1) (27 March 2001)
First Cocks, Then Stocks (15 March 2001)
High Expectations for March Madness Betting (13 March 2001)
Weaponry for the War against Problem Gambling (12 March 2001)
The Future Looks Bright for ISW (8 March 2001)
Arkansas Considers Online Betting (2 March 2001)
Prison Time for Frankie (2 March 2001)
Tools of the Trade - Mar 1, 2001 (1 March 2001)
New Zealand Considers I-Gaming (28 February 2001)
Cyber Ramblings - Feb 27, 2001 (27 February 2001)
NSW TAB Introduces Flexi-betting System (27 February 2001)
Canada Addresses Money Laundering Late in Game (26 February 2001)
Q & A: Betinternet (21 February 2001)
Wanna Gamble? Speak Up! (19 February 2001)
eSuccess to Offer New Biometric Too (15 February 2001)
A Match Made in Heaven? (14 February 2001)
Swedish Group Introduces Java-Based Texas Hold'em (5 February 2001)
XFL Bets are on at Vegas and Online Sportsbooks (2 February 2001)
Bookmakers Score Big for Super Bowl XXXV (1 February 2001)
The Sting Is Back on in Michigan (26 January 2001)
Legality of Internet-Based Race Wagering Challenged in Ohio (25 January 2001)
The New Age of Lotteries in Germany (19 January 2001)
OECD Takes on E-commerce Taxation (17 January 2001)
The Next Generation of Games (15 January 2001)
Progress Report for Costa Rica (12 January 2001)
A New Twist on an Old Payment System (11 December 2000)
Costa Rica: On the Verge of a New Era? (8 December 2000)
GCA Offers Self-Exclusion Option for Problem Gamblers (8 December 2000)
ABA Takes on Jurisdictional Law Enforcement (24 November 2000)
Tackling Fraud with eSuccess (24 November 2000)
Uno Global Wants a Piece of the Internet Lottery Market (20 November 2000)
VegasOne, for Now, Remains Vegas 'None' (16 November 2000)
WIPO Faces Task of Assigning Order to Chaos (15 November 2000)
Tulsa Businessman Hopes to Score with 'Games of Skill' (8 November 2000)
What's the Deal with Fair Disclosure? (2 November 2000)
Virtual Poker Room Operator Seeks Payment from Processor (27 October 2000)