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Neilander: 'Nevada Staying Put for Now'
10 December 2002
Days after media reports indicating that Nevada regulators are cautiously proceeding with plans to adopt an intrastate interactive gaming system, one of the state's top regulators confirmed the process has been put on hold.»
Nambling Notes - Dec. 10, 2002
10 December 2002
In today's Nambling Notes: A Malaysian mobile betting company claims several thousand customers, Netgame Factory introduces its "Game Gateway System" and more.»
Binion's Horseshoe Debuts Virtual Casino Games
10 December 2002
Add Binion's Horseshoe Hotel & Casino to the growing list of Las Vegas-based casinos adding virtual casino games to their Web sites.»
Poker.com Loses Its Greatest Asset
10 December 2002
Poker.com Inc. is going through what has to be the ultimate nightmare for an online business: Overnight, without its control, it lost use of its domain name.»
Look Before You Leap
9 December 2002
Ernst & Young recently published a report on the financial future of the U.K. betting and gambling market. "Look Before You Leap," the analysts' third annual look at betting and gaming, focuses much on the Budd Report. The massive influx of gaming machines and the ever-expanding Internet market are two areas the group believes are driving the country's gaming industry.»
Nambling Notes - Dec. 9, 2002
9 December 2002
In today's Nambling Notes: Autotote will monitor its U.S. sites, Ritz Club London teams with Formula One team Jordan and more.»
Editorial: Is There a Spin Doctor in the House?
9 December 2002
In Washington people make a living by taking things out of context.»
Market Briefs (Dec. 2-6, 2002)
9 December 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.»
Global Policy Review - December
6 December 2002
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.»
GAO Report Leverages Prohibition Efforts
6 December 2002
U.S. Policymakers in favor of banning Internet gambling are treating the General Accounting Office's recently released report on I-gaming as a recommendation for prohibition.»
Nambling Notes - Dec. 6, 2002
6 December 2002
In today's Notes: A prohibition backer is out of a job, LCI rejects a takeover bid and more.»
Intrastate Online Gambling on Hold in Nevada
6 December 2002
A snag has arisen in the movement for in-state interactive gaming in Nevada.»
Digital Broadcast Flags
5 December 2002
With the advent of digital data (you know the zeros and ones), we have essentially perfected the ability to make copies. The days when each copy of a copy was worse than the copy before are now over. They're all perfect. This fact makes Hollywood and the music industry crazy. Remember Napster (may it rest in peace)?»
Nambling Notes - Dec. 5, 2002
5 December 2002
In today's Nambling Notes: Netgame Factory and Oberthur merge, Sportech offers new gaming options in Sky Active and much more.»
A New Reality: US-Based I-Gaming
5 December 2002
Amid efforts by U.S. lawmakers to prohibit online gambling, one U.S. territory has quietly gone and made I-gaming legal, to the delight of industry onlookers.»
Sporting Odds and Ends - December
4 December 2002
News on the latest developments, trends and issues facing the sports betting industry.»
Nambling Notes – Dec. 4, 2002
4 December 2002
In today's Nambling Notes: Add a class action lawsuit to the to Pick 6 debacle, the AGA elects a new chairman and much more.»
The Future of International Interactive Wagering: One Developing Scenario
4 December 2002
This article is based upon a presentation given in September 2002 at the Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas, as part of a panel on pari-mutuel wagering titled "The Next Threshold: Telephone and Internet Wagering." I was asked to provide a "snapshot" of some of the highlights, concerning interactive wagering, with regard to what has been going on outside the United States in a constantly changing landscape, and I took the opportunity to relate these international activities to the counterpart developments on this side of the pond.»
Poker's Pulse Is Strong
3 December 2002
Five months of observing and charting online multiplayer poker activity has given Dennis Boyko a unique perspective on one of the fastest growing sectors of the interactive gaming industry.»
Online Poker's Measuring Stick
3 December 2002
Oddly enough Dennis Boyko isn't much of a poker player. Nevertheless, his new service could become a valuable tool to players across the world looking for a high-stakes game or a big tournament online.»
Nambling Notes - Dec. 3, 2002
3 December 2002
In today's Notes: the U.S. General Accounting Office releases its final report on Internet gambling, Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada says he wants online gambling banned and much more.»
I-Gaming No Longer in the Picture for Akamai
3 December 2002
Cambridge, Mass.-based Akamai Technologies Inc. last week called for a halt to carrying Internet gambling-related advertising.»
Harrods Will Re-Launch in January
3 December 2002
Harrods Online Casino is pairing up with Kismet Studios for operation of its gaming Web site. For almost one month, said Andrew Tottenham, the Harrods gaming site has been dormant following the exit of its former operator and software supplier, Gaming Insight.»
Advancing Responsible Gaming - You Heard It Here First
2 December 2002
An interview by Elizabeth George with IGC Executive Director Rick Smith.»
Nambling Notes - Dec. 2, 2002
2 December 2002
In today's Nambling Notes: Casino-On-Net begins offering paybox as a payment option, a Massachusetts commission takes a look at Internet gambling and more.»