Vicky Nolan Article Archive

Vicky Nolan has contributed 155 articles published on the iGaming News site.
fluxx.com Spins Off B2B Gaming Company (1 November 2001)
Is it better to concentrate on business-to-consumer services or business-to-business services? One I-gaming software company mulled that question last year and ended up deciding to do both.
U.S. Law Roundup - Oct 30, 2001 (30 October 2001)
Staying on top of interactive gambling bills as they move through the United States' federal and state legislatures no longer entails hours of research, thanks to this biweekly update on U.S. state and federal legislation. While things remain quiet at the state level, efforts to prohibit Internet gambling by the federal government heat up as HR 556 heads for markup before the full House Committee on Financial Services on Wednesday.
New Betting Site Offers Exchange and Sports Book (24 October 2001)
During the past two years several betting exchange companies have launched with great fanfare and even some success--companies like Flutter.com, Betfair.com and most recently Betdaq.com. A new crop of betting exchanges could be launching soon, thanks to an innovative new software development company called Paradise Technologies Ltd.
Lassoing Pay-Players with Free-Play Poker (18 October 2001)
Officials at PokerPages.com, a poker portal Web site, say they have an ideal tool for attracting new players to online gambling sites. The company has developed free-play poker tournament software that its creators think could become an invaluable addition to the marketing mix for online gaming and betting sites.
Q & A: Paul Barnes, Access Gaming Systems (18 October 2001)
Internet gambling software developer Access Gaming Systems has chalked up a long list of firsts in the Internet gambling business.
E-Gaming Industry Downplays the Money Laundering Scare (9 October 2001)
The Net betting industry is outraged at a U.S. House bill that lumps Internet gambling into a group of activities involved with money laundering. Most agree that several safeguards, namely betting limits, can be put in place.
Everybody Loves Ladbrokes' Balls (4 October 2001)
Ladbrokes recently added a bit more fun to its Web site. Customers can now log on and play a new game with a very original name—Balls.
I-Gaming Ban Not Likely to Be Tagged to Anti-Terrorism Bil (2 October 2001)
Internet gambling is unlikely to be targeted in any anti-terrorism and money laundering bills under consideration by U.S. Congress, sources told IGN today.
Q & A: David Sanderson, Gaming Insight (27 September 2001)
U.K.-based digital rights media and interactive gambling products business Gaming Insight plc has been busy snagging some top-notch firms in its bid to nail down profitable, long-term relationships.
Turning Goodbye Into Hello (24 September 2001)
Online gaming operators wanting to recoup a little of the money they've spent acquiring visitors to their sites--many of whom never become paying customers--might find exit traffic marketing a powerful addition to their promotional efforts.
Environmental Lottery Provokes IPLC's Ire (6 September 2001)
Q & A: Graham Wood, SNAI (30 August 2001)
Making the Internet a Little Safer (24 August 2001)
Fallout in Antigua? (17 August 2001)
Q & A: Bruce Merati, Virtgame (9 August 2001)
What Does the Future Hold for Online Gambling in the Caribbean? (23 July 2001)
The ClearPay Answer to Payment Processing (3 July 2001)
Q & A: Tony Impreveduto (26 June 2001)
Q & A: Michael Aymong (20 June 2001)
Q & A: James Caddy (19 May 2001)
IBAS Fancies Itself a Referee in Wagering Disputes (15 May 2001)
Q & A: Steve Saferin, MDI Entertainment (9 April 2001)
Will Tomorrow Be a Grand Day? (6 April 2001)
Q & A: Andrew Black (23 March 2001)
PubNet Reaches outside the Web (16 March 2001)
Is 'Fun' in Store for Lotteries in the Future? (9 March 2001)
Q & A: Andy Clifton (5 March 2001)
Nambling Notes - Mar 2, 2001 (2 March 2001)
The IGN Data Hub – Feb 28, 2001 (28 February 2001)
I-Gaming Investors Corner (Feb 19 - 23) (26 February 2001)
Nambling Notes - Feb 23, 2001 (23 February 2001)
Another Credit Card Nixes Net Betting Transactions (21 February 2001)
Scratch and Win Hits the Internet (20 February 2001)
Are British Bookmakers Homebound or Outcasts Forever? (7 February 2001)
Q & A: David Harding (2 February 2001)
Q & A: Steve Toneguzzo (30 January 2001)
Q & A: Hugh Monypenny (22 January 2001)
Q & A: Michael Meeks (18 January 2001)
The Incogno E-commerce Alternative (10 January 2001)
Q & A: John Cargnello (4 January 2001)
Border Detection the InfoSplit Way (15 December 2000)
Has Your Company Implemented a Problem Gambling Program? (15 December 2000)
Twenty-first Century Technologies Expand the Horizons of Interactive Gambling (5 December 2000)
How in the Heck Do You Valuate an Online Gambling Site? (30 November 2000)
A Wireless Internet Casino? (21 November 2000)
Why Is Microgaming So Darn Successful in the Progressive Slots Market? (20 November 2000)
New Jersey Assemblyman Looks to Pioneer a New Era (15 November 2000)
Nambling Notes - Nov 3, 2000 (3 November 2000)
Is GPS Technology Ready to Take on Virtual Gambling? (2 November 2000)
UniCache Seeks to Negate Credit Card Fraud (31 October 2000)
Aegis: A Biometric Security Solution (31 October 2000)
Winstreak Strives to Acquire Licensees (25 October 2000)
GamblingSoftware.com Rolls out New Games (24 October 2000)
IGN Q & A: Rick Smith (23 October 2000)
A Wagering Perspective on the Sydney Games (3 October 2000)
The LiveBet Philosophy: Give Customers What They Want (29 September 2000)
Latin America: A Sleeping Giant? (27 September 2000)
A Closer Look at Starnet's New Games (20 September 2000)
New 'Idea Market' Enters the Gray Area Between Trading and Betting (19 September 2000)
Taking the Audit Trai (11 September 2000)
The IGN Data Hub - Sept 6, 2000 (6 September 2000)
Harrah's Buys Stake in Iwin.com (1 September 2000)
Nambling Notes - Sept 1, 2000 (1 September 2000)
The IGN Data Hub - Aug 30, 2000 (30 August 2000)
A Closer Look at HR 5020 (25 August 2000)
Nambling Notes - Aug 25, 2000 (25 August 2000)
NETeller Vies for a Piece of the 'Alternative Payment' Market (10 August 2000)
fluxx.com Looks to Build a Powerhouse (1 August 2000)
Justice is Still Considered Just in Texas... For Now (27 July 2000)
Lotteries Prosper on the Net (26 July 2000)
Virtgame.com Launches 'eBorder Control' (25 July 2000)
Texas Showdown (25 July 2000)
NASA International Continues to Squabble with Lloyd's (19 July 2000)
Texas Raid Could Spell Trouble for Portals and Info Sites (12 July 2000)
Get Ready for SAGE (12 July 2000)
One Step Forward, Two Steps Back in NJ? (11 July 2000)
Loto-Quebec Sets the Stage for Mass Distribution of Interactive Lottery Games (4 July 2000)
Getting an Edge on Competition Sounds Good (27 June 2000)
NSW TAB Provides Attractive Innovations for Interactive Bettors (19 June 2000)
Who's Licensed Where? (15 June 2000)
SafeTPay Facilitates Secure ATM Transactions (14 June 2000)
Customer Fraud: A Problem that Must Be Addressed (13 June 2000)
Another Weapon in the War Against Poor Customer Service (10 June 2000)
A 'Smarter' Alternative to Credit Cards? (6 June 2000)
IQ Corp Introduces WAP Betting Service (5 June 2000)
Biometrics: The Future of Online Gaming? (1 June 2000)
Using Competitive Intelligence to Gain an Edge (31 May 2000)
The MatchLogic Solution to Customer Retention (30 May 2000)
e-lingo Builds Bridges to International Markets (26 May 2000)
Indiqu Bridges the Net/WAP Gap (25 May 2000)
I-Gaming Companies Do it Backwards (19 May 2000)
Success in Montreal (18 May 2000)
SafeDebit - A Solution to the E-Gaming E-Commerce Conundrum? (17 May 2000)
Interactive Race Wagering Thrives in France (10 May 2000)
Are You Adequately Protecting Yourself? (1 May 2000)
For Traffic Overload, It's Akamai to the Rescue (1 May 2000)
Credit Card Companies Are Playing Hard Ball over Chargebacks (27 April 2000)
Are You Bugging Your Customers? (22 April 2000)
A Closer Look at the Michigan Ads (20 April 2000)
Measuring Your Site's Navigability (19 April 2000)
The Wireless Era Has Arrived (18 April 2000)
This Week in Plastic News... (17 April 2000)
Nambling Notes - Apr. 15, 2000 (15 April 2000)
Before an Alliance Sours, Seek Assistance (12 April 2000)
Farewell to Bookies (10 April 2000)
dot com Seeks Dominance in the Low Roller Market (7 April 2000)
A New Database Solution (3 April 2000)
The Sting Is On in Michigan (3 April 2000)
Interactive Race Wagering in North America - Starnet (30 March 2000)
Interactive Race Wagering in North America - Television Games Network (28 March 2000)
Trouble in Paradise (26 March 2000)
Interactive Race Wagering in North America - TrackPower (24 March 2000)
E-Signatures: Is There a Future? (23 March 2000)
Interactive Race Wagering in North America - The Racing Network (22 March 2000)
Interactive Race Wagering in North America - Youbet.com (20 March 2000)
Exploring the Benefits of Opt-in Mailing Lists (14 March 2000)
Are Your Customers Laundering Money? (7 March 2000)
The IGN Data Hub - Mar 1, 2000 (1 March 2000)
Net Betting Is 0-2 on the Week (29 February 2000)
The IGN Data Hub - Feb 23, 2000 (23 February 2000)
An IGN Q & A: Keith Oliver (21 February 2000)
The IGN Data Hub - Feb 16, 2000 (16 February 2000)
Ohio Recommendations Due in March (16 February 2000)
Privacy Continues to be Big News (11 February 2000)
PSGSC Pulls the Prohibitory Cat out of the Bag (11 February 2000)
The IGN Data Hub - Feb 9, 2000 (9 February 2000)
The Big Game and the Big Picture (7 February 2000)
U.K. Bookmakers' Committee Pleads for a Tax Break (3 February 2000)
A Closer Look at Cybersquatting (2 February 2000)
A Smarter Smart Card? (31 January 2000)
The IGN Data Hub - Jan 27, 2000 (27 January 2000)
The IGN Data Hub - Jan 19, 2000 (19 January 2000)
Charitable Online Gaming Takes the Stage in Finland (17 January 2000)
The IGN Data Hub - Jan 12, 2000 (12 January 2000)
Time Stamping - A U.K. Perspective (12 January 2000)
Is Time on Your Side? (12 January 2000)
The Evilest of E-Commerce Foes (28 December 1999)
A Glance at Advertising Objectives (24 December 1999)
Autoresponders: A Viable Supplement to Customer Service (14 December 1999)
LivePerson Delivers Innovative Customer Service Solutions and Advice (8 December 1999)
Preparing for a Crisis Situation (7 December 1999)
TeleTrak Aims to Revolutionize Horse Racing for the Internet (1 December 1999)
Kyl Bill Passes With A Tiny Voice Vote, Tenacity Pays Off for the Senator (19 November 1999)
CPEX Develops Standards for Online Profiling (17 November 1999)
SET Protocols Wait in the Wings for Wider Adoption (16 November 1999)
A Good Press Release Generates Better Buzz (15 November 1999)
Horse Racing Enters the New Millennium At Full Gallop (12 November 1999)
Using Public Relations To Gain More Customers (5 November 1999)
No Taxes On Internet Sales Says U.S. House (2 November 1999)
Reaching a Broader Audience through Multilingual Interfaces (2 November 1999)
Jose Proves That Preparation Is Necessary (29 October 1999)
Bermuda Government Prohibits Internet Gaming (20 October 1999)
Are Privacy Concerns Worrying Your Customers? (18 October 1999)
Liberia Looks to Get in on the Action (15 October 1999)
PR Newswire Launches New Clipping Service To Track Online Publications (8 October 1999)