News Page 759

Nambling Notes - Aug. 19, 2001
19 August 2002
In today's Nambling Notes: Ladbrokes signs deals with Arsenal and Liverpool, the president of the World Lottery Association comments on the possibility of a United Nations lottery and more.»
Weekly Nambling Notes - Aug. 12-16, 2002
17 August 2002
In this week's Nambling Notes: Littlewoods Leisure gets regulatory certification in the Isle of Man, Macau Jockey Club retaliates for Hong Kong Internet ban and more.»
EFTA Asks Norway to Level the Playing Field
16 August 2002
Regulators with the European Free Trade Agreement are asking that Norway either impose a tax on its local lotteries or give tax exemptions to foreign lotteries.»
Daily Nambling Notes - Aug. 16, 2002
16 August 2002
In today's Nambling Notes: The Macau Jockey Club looks for permission to take bets on Hong Kong Jockey Club races, Kerzner takes Casino Atlantis advertising offline and more.»
A Familiar Quandary Surfaces Down Under
16 August 2002
Banks in Australia are facing the same problem American banks face with Internet gambling.»
US Law Roundup - August 2002
15 August 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. The U.S. Congress is now on summer recess, so all bills being considered at the federal level have remained quiet for the past few weeks. At the state level, a bill in California that would have make Internet gambling illegal failed when it was removed from the state's Senate Governmental Organization Committee on June 25.»
Reciprocal Links: Are They Worth the Effort?
15 August 2002
Every Webmaster on the planet would be familiar with reciprocal link exchanges. Basically, the concept of a reciprocal link is that you allow someone to place a link on your Web site if they place your link on their Web site.»
Net Betting on Panama's Agenda for September
15 August 2002
The Assembly in Panama will begin its next session less than a month from now, and there is a good chance the final steps will be taken to make the country the next viable option for the interactive gaming industry.»
Daily Nambling Notes - Aug. 15, 2002
15 August 2002
In today's Nambling Notes: Ladbrokes predicts a record betting season, Magna loses two board members and more.»
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.»
Sportingbet Teams with TradingSports for P2P Service
14 August 2002
Sportingbet plc took a major step in vying for a bigger share of the person-to-person betting market with the introduction of P2P service to its site last week.»
The IGN Data Hub - Aug. 14, 2002
14 August 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.»
Odds and Ends
14 August 2002
Interactive sports betting news is making headlines as quickly as an NFL line changes an hour before kickoff. To help you stay on top of all the latest developments, trends and issues facing the sports betting industry, IGN provides a roundup of happenings with its Odds and Ends column.»
CryptoLogic Seeks Profit via International Strategy
14 August 2002
Lewis Rose, interim president and CEO of CryptoLogic Inc., told investors this morning that the company is embarking on a "back to basics"-style plan to return to profitability that will include pursuing alternate payment methods and expansion into non-U.S. markets.»
Nambling Notes - Aug. 14, 2002
14 August 2002
In today's Nambling Notes: Littlewoods Leisure gets regulatory approval to open an online casino in the Isle of Man, Zetters takes on spread betting and more.»
Protect Your License - Internet Gambling Operations
13 August 2002
In June we looked at certain aspects of selecting a software supplier and concluded with regulatory matters. This month we expand upon that.»
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.»
World Gaming's Craven Addresses Shareholders
13 August 2002
World Gaming's newly appointed CEO, David Craven, addressed shareholders in a conference call this morning. On the top of everyone's mind was talk of a possible merger, but Craven insists the company is in no position for such a move. Instead, he said, they're focusing on cutting costs and turning the yearly fall sports betting surge into profits.»
Daily Nambling Notes - Aug. 13, 2002
13 August 2002
In today's Nambling Notes: The Interactive Gaming Council says U.S. actions are scaring legitimate operators away from the I-gaming industry and Websense says I-gaming is hurting the overall productivity of businesses in California.»
Q&A: Andrew P. Lee, Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein
12 August 2002
The lingering effects of a sluggish global economy have been felt by the interactive gaming industry. Institutional investors have long been attracted to the gambling industry, but analyst Andrew Lee points out that there are major risks, as well as plenty of rewards, involved when investing in the industry.»
Market Briefs (Aug. 5-9)
12 August 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.»
Daily Nambling Notes - Aug. 12, 2002
12 August 2002
In today's Nambling Notes: Ladbrokes inks a deal with third-party transaction processor, IG Index faces legal problems in Australia and more.»
Curacao Seeks Decentralization of I-Gaming Regulations
10 August 2002
Change is on the way in Curacao, where the Curacao Gaming Control Board has asked the central government of the Netherlands Antilles to decentralize the regulation of the island's Internet gambling industry.»
Weekly Nambling Notes - Aug. 5-9
10 August 2002
In this week's Nambling Notes: PayPal receives subpoenas from the U.S. attorney general for the eastern district of Missouri, Australian banks consider refusing debit and credit transactions to offshore gaming sites, WildlifeWins lashes out against the U.S. credit card situation and more.»
Another Step Toward Reform in England
9 August 2002
A committee of the U.K. House of Commons announced recently that deregulation of the country's gambling industry will not result in a massive surge in people's interest in gambling.»