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On Track - October 2003
16 October 2003
A monthly review of events, business news and other happenings in the racing industry, particularly in the interactive sector.»
Nambling Notes -- October 16
16 October 2003
In today's Nambling Notes: Camelot fined for breaching license requirement, Unibet buys a Casino Module, plus more.»
Stern, Other Media Outlets Pull Gambling Ads
16 October 2003
Online casino and sports book operators are scrambling after a host of radio networks and programs have pulled advertisements from the industry.»
Are Online Race Betting Services Messing with Texas?
15 October 2003
Interactive horse betting companies could soon find out if the saying "Don't mess with Texas" is true.»
Alleged Insider Betting Rocks the Tennis World
15 October 2003
A report in London's Sunday Telegraph this week alleges that some top international tennis players could be deliberately fixing their matches to make money through betting, specifically through betting exchanges.»
Nambling Notes - Oct. 15, 2003
15 October 2003
In today's Nambling Notes: Boss Media signs an anonymous licensee, ukbetting launches SportXction and more.»
Bingoland - New Global Online Bingo Network Launched
14 October 2003
A global gaming network announced today is expected to stimulate a new phase of growth in the online bingo market.»
Market Briefs - Oct. 6-10, 2003
14 October 2003
Several dozen publicly held interactive gaming companies are reporting, acquiring, floating, spinning off, merging, de-listing, rising and falling in stock markets all over the world. Every Monday IGN wraps the financial happenings of the Net betting biz from the previous week into a nifty little package just for you.»
The Top 10s
14 October 2003
It's the Hitwise Top 10 "Entertainment - Gambling" sites for the week ending Oct. 11. This week:

Hong Kong
1. The Hong Kong Jockey Club
2. HKJC Football
3. 123kk.com
4. . . .
Advertising Online Casinos - An Analysis of the Legal Rights and Risks
14 October 2003
With I-gaming advertising under the microscope in the United States, IGN has dusted off an old article (written in 2001) from attorney Lawrence Walters that provides a broad explanation of U.S. law as it applies to advertising Internet gambling services.»
Nambling Notes - Oct. 14, 2003
14 October 2003
In today's Nambling Notes: Howard Stern cancels I-gaming ads and Paypal launches in the UK.»
From the Editor's Chair - v2
13 October 2003
A sprinkling of general observations about person-to-person betting, the troubles of Sportingbet, tough times for affiliates and nude promotions.»
Global Policy Review
13 October 2003
Each month IGN delivers the latest in international policy developments that could affect the I-gaming business. From dealings between nations to actions taken by international organizations, it's a digest of the latest in global policy.»
Favored Horse Tanks It at Ludlow, Betfair Cooperates
13 October 2003
Champion trainer Martin Pipe finds himself in the middle of a Jockey Club inquiry into "irregular" betting following a hurdle race at Ludlow Thursday in which heavy favorite Intox III flopped.»
Nambling Notes - Oct. 13, 2003
13 October 2003
In today's Nambling Notes: UNiTAB and NSW TAB discuss a merger, ODS seeks an injunction to prevent contract termination and more.»
Weekly Nambling Notes
11 October 2003
A review of news briefs for the week of Oct. 6-10.»
Sporting Odds & Ends - October 2003
10 October 2003
News on the latest developments, trends and issues in the sports betting industry.»
Nambling Notes - Oct. 10, 2003
10 October 2003
In today's Nambling Notes: Betandwin buys online casino and poker software, California hosts Gambling Awareness Week and more.»
Wide-Scale Raids in Italy Target I-Gaming Operators
9 October 2003
Financial police and tax officials in Catania, Italy this week raided the offices of several businesses tied to the online gaming industry.»
P2P Concerns Spawn New Provisions under UK Gambling Bil
9 October 2003
U.K. Gambling Minister Andrew McIntosh revealed Tuesday in a speech before the Future of British Gambling Conference in London that new consumer-protection measures will be included in England's new gambling bill.»
Casino Watch - October 2003
9 October 2003
A monthly review of news from the land-based and online casino industries.»
Selective Expansion Abroad for Greek OPAP
9 October 2003
OPAP, the Greek state-controlled football pools and gaming company, acquired 90 percent stake in Cyprus-based sports betting firm Glory Leisure Holdings and a 20 percent in betting equipment and software company Glory Technology. The company spent 16 million euro and 10 million euro respectively on the two aquisitions and additionally aquired lottery interests in the Republic of Srpska in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Moldavia.»
Nambling Notes - Oct. 9, 2003
9 October 2003
In today's Nambling Notes: Europe is invited to join Asia's Good Neighbor agreement, Bingoland launches two new games and more.»
Playtech Game Terminals Debut in Tanzania
8 October 2003
Baraka Gaming Group and Playtech have partnered to create Baraka Casino, a suite of 60 games that can be played both on the Internet and through a new land-based kiosk network in the Republic of Tanzania in eastern Africa.»
Gambling Law Update
8 October 2003
Attorney Lawrence G. Walters produces a monthly review of legal and legislative activity related to Internet gambling. October's report includes analysis on the U.S. crackdown on I-gaming ads, an update on the Kyl bill and more.»