News Page 758

Curacao: Cyberluck License
15 July 2002
Information to be made available soon.»
Bet 4 Charity
12 July 2002
An innovative approach to online gaming commenced yesterday as Bet 4 Charity Casino, a wholly owned subsidiary of W.C. Enterprises, NV., announced its grand opening.»
Weekly Nambling Notes - July 8-12, 2002
12 July 2002
In this week's Nambling Notes: Sportingbet buys the Sports.com domain, eBay purchases PayPal, which will no longer offer I-gaming transactions, Grand Virtual and Gaming Insight team up for Harrods Casino Online and much more.»
Spitzer Strikes Again
12 July 2002
The attorney general of New York has subpoenaed PayPal Inc. to request information about online gambling payments that have been made using its system.»
IQ-Ludorum Takes Kiosks to Brazi
12 July 2002
IQ-Ludorum plc is expanding its services into South America thanks to a deal with Lotobras S.A., a company that supplies online video lottery and gaming solutions for the Brazilian market.»
Goodlatte Effort DeLayed
12 July 2002
A high-ranking member of the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday said that legislative parties must come to an agreement concerning the anti-Internet gambling bill proposed by Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va.»
Daily Nambling Notes - July 11, 2001
11 July 2002
In today's Nambling Notes: Sportingbet and Footymad acquire various aspects of Sports.com, GoldenPalace.com pledges to help retired boxers and more.»
Q & A: Con Kafataris, SportOdds
11 July 2002
Last month during the Gaming & Casinos World Asia Pacific conference in Singapore, IGN had the opportunity to chat with SportOdds' Con Kafataris, who offered his thoughts on mobile betting, the World Cup, the Asian market, P2P betting, Australia's interstate bookmaking policies and his company's planned expansion into Europe.»
US Law Roundup - July 2002
11 July 2002
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 monthly update on U.S. state and federal legislation. In federal legislative news, Rep. Bob Goodlatte's anti-Internet gambling bill was stripped of its exemptions to the horse racing, lottery and casino industries and then reported to the full House of Representatives where it awaits being heard.»
FATF Looks to I-Gaming For Input
10 July 2002
The Financial Action Task Force, a leading international organization aimed at eliminating money laundering, is turning to the interactive gaming industry for help in shaping how it tackles the issue.»
The IGN Data Hub - July 10, 2002
10 July 2002
In our zealous attempt to provide relief for potential information overload, we've condensed several industry-related surveys and research findings into a more digestible form for your reading pleasure.»
Life After PayPa
10 July 2002
The news that PayPal will halt its online gaming payment business is not yet three days old, and already at least one other e-cash service has noticed a spike in I-gaming business.»
Spotlight: CyberSouce
10 July 2002
After catering to giant retail firms such as Wal-Mart and Nike in developing moneymaking Web sites, CyberSource is taking its experience to the interactive gaming sector.»
Daily Nambling Notes - July 10, 2002
10 July 2002
In today's Nambling Notes: Grand Virtual and Gaming Insight make a deal and OddsON launches Vegas Players Casino.»
World Cup: Everyone's a Winner
9 July 2002
Two weeks after the dust has settled from the Samba's celebration of winning an unprecedented fifth World Cup, it is clear that the Brazilians aren't the only winners of the world's biggest sporting event.»
CyberSource Exec Comments on Back-End Issues
9 July 2002
For years now, Jeff King has been monitoring the interactive gaming industry with a close eye. He has seen operators struggle to acquire new players in a cost-effective manner while battling credit card companies who continually block their cards for use at Internet casinos and sports books.»
Daily Nambling Notes - July 9, 2002
9 July 2002
In today's Nambling Notes: Online Gaming Systems signs with an Australian land-based operator, Bentley leaves the industry and more.»
Market Briefs (July 1-5)
8 July 2002
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.»
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.»
ukbetting Buys Sports.com Betting Arm
8 July 2002
ukbetting plc, the digital wagering operator, said today that it is acquiring SCG Enterprises Ltd., the betting operation of Sports.com.»
Daily Nambling Notes - July 8, 2002
8 July 2002
In today's Nambling Notes: eBay acquires PayPal, Sportingbet releases new user numbers from World Cup betting, Harrods looks for a partner on the Strip and more.»
Daily Nambling Notes - July 5, 2002
5 July 2002
In today's Nambling Notes: Orbis wins accolades, a new virtual racing product makes its debut and more.»
I-Lottery Update - July 2002
5 July 2002
As one of the world's most popular forms of gambling, lotteries have successfully made the shift to the interactive arena. Once a month, IGN's I-Lottery Update delivers an international roundup of the latest news from this burgeoning sector of the industry.»
Weekly Nambling Notes - July 1-5, 2002
5 July 2002
This week in Nambling Notes: Two U.K.-based Boss Media licensees launch new sites, Michael Aymong resigns from World Gaming's top post, a Nevada regulator asks for research on radio ads for Internet casinos, William Hill calls the World Cup the biggest betting event ever and more.»
Domain Name Disputes
4 July 2002
Why is it that intelligent and well educated people believe that copyright law doesn't apply to the Net? It might be because copying is so easy to do. Maybe it goes back to the almost utopian and non-commercial origins of the Net. Whatever the reason, it's a myth.»