Robert Flahive Article Archive

Robert Flahive has contributed 16 articles published on the iGaming News site.
Intrade Works the Percentages (20 August 2002)
Intrade plc of Dublin is offering a new angle on its online wagering platform through the launch of a site that caters to British bettors.
Chex Services Introduces Stored-Value Card (15 August 2002)
Chex Services Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Equitex, Inc., has announced it has executed an agreement with a banking institution to issue stored-value cards. Customers can place funds on the new stored-value card, called Fastfunds, in varying amounts at any time via ATMs around the world.
A New Payment Solution for Ladbrokes (13 August 2002)
Ladbrokes has signed an agreement with earthport, the online and offline payment infrastructure company, to bring earthport's e-wallet technology to Ladbrokes' gaming platform. earthport is hoping Ladbrokes will be the first of many I-gaming clients.
A Breakthrough for Motorola (1 August 2002)
Wireless technology giant Motorola is working with major video game companies to develop chips that would enable gamers to play each other on wireless networks at home.
Chinese Lotto Prediction Site Launches (30 July 2002)
Shanghai Yastock Investment Consulting Co., a wholly owned subsidiary of Genesis Technology Group Inc., has launched a Web site that predicts outcomes of various fields of Chinese gaming.
And the Survey Says... (23 July 2002)
The results from "Harrah's Survey 2002: A Profile of a Gambler" have been released. The comprehensive overview of casino gamblers distinguishes differences between casino players and non-players in the United States.
Daily Nambling Notes - July 22, 2002 (22 July 2002)
In today's Nambling Notes: WWTS offers odds on a baseball work stoppage, Virtual Gaming enterprises inks a deal to expand its services and cybersquatting remains a nuisance.
In the Zone (8 July 2002)
Zone4Play Ltd., a burgeoning developer and provider of casino and lottery software for various distribution channels, is becoming recognized as a major player in the interactive gaming industry.
Industry Reaction to Common Cause Critique (2 July 2002)
I-gaming experts agree that the likelihood of Common Cause filing class-action lawsuits against the gaming industry is small.
Crown Games Updates Gaming Software (24 June 2002)
Crown Games is revamping its Web site with the addition of PBL Gaming Technology's version IGS 4.0, which boasts a plethora of additions and improvements to version 3.0.
The Softer Side of King Neptunes (21 June 2002)
Exclusivity No Longer a Given for SAGE (14 June 2002)
AWI Makes Its Final Exit (6 June 2002)
Crypto Bingo (3 June 2002)
Boss Lands Another Heavyweight (21 May 2002)
A Road Map for Complying with Money Laundering Policy (14 May 2002)