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Lotto CD-ROM Too Close to I-Gaming for Connecticut
7 March 2003
The launch of a new CD-ROM game from the Connecticut Lottery Corp. is being delayed due to an investigation by the Connecticut attorney general regarding the game's similarity to Internet gambling.»
Curacao Operator Told Not to Take Dutch Bets
7 March 2003
Casino Lux, an online casino operating out of the Netherlands Antilles, has become the latest victim of a new ideology in the Netherlands to banish foreign-based Internet gaming operators from Holland.»
Nambling Notes - March 6, 2003
6 March 2003
In today's Nambling Notes: BingoWorkz signs a deal with iGlobalMedia and more.»
Jupiters Sale Leaves Centrebet Hanging
6 March 2003
Tabcorp Holdings Ltd.'s announcement yesterday that it will purchase Jupiters Ltd. is leaving many in the I-gaming industry to wonder what will happen to Centrebet, the online sports betting business belonging to Jupiters.»
Antigua Threatens US with WTO Action
6 March 2003
A possible lawsuit against the U.S. government on behalf of Antigua and Barbuda could blow up in the islands' face, say a handful of Internet gaming experts.»
If Betting Is Not A Crime, Is It Legal?
6 March 2003
In New York, it is not a crime to make a bet. But does that mean that betting in New York is legal?»
Former FSU Athlete Faces I-Gaming Allegations
6 March 2003
Just a week after the NCAA sung the praises of one of its corporate sponsors for severing ties with the gambling industry, one of its up-and-coming stars faces gambling charges in connection with online sports betting.»
Nambling Notes - 5 March 2003
5 March 2003
In today's Nambling Notes -- Antigua and Barbuda threaten to sue the United States over Internet gambling regulations, Stanley Ho offers asylum to Saddam Hussein and much more.»
Las Vegas Sands Licensed in Alderney
5 March 2003
A wholly owned subsidiary of Las Vegas Sands Inc. is one of the latest recipients of an online gaming license from Alderney.»
Denmark Considers Prohibitive Tactics
5 March 2003
Lawmakers in Denmark are considering new rules that would limit online gaming to protect the state-run betting company Tipstjeneste, which handles all non-Internet gaming in the country.»
US Law Roundup - 4 March 2003
4 March 2003
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. This month, a state representative in Illinois introduced a bill that would make it illegal for credit cards to be used for online gambling.»
Nambling Notes – March 4, 2003
4 March 2003
In today’s Nambling Notes: A computer-based lottery game raises red flags in Connecticut and much more.»
National Lottery Goes Interactive
4 March 2003
After a year and a half of development, the U.K. National Lottery launched its first Internet-based games on Friday.»
Nambling Notes - 3 March 2003
3 March 2003
In today's Nambling Notes: The U.K. National Lottery launches Internet games, two Netherlands Antilles online casinos are asked to stop taking bets from Dutch players and much more.»
Market Briefs (Feb. 24-28, 2003)
3 March 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.»
Sportsline.com Severs Gaming Ties
3 March 2003
After years of having to explain its relationships with gambling-related Web sites, the National Collegiate Athletic Association is finally ridding itself of VegasInsider.com.»
Editorial: NCAA's Betting Attitude Shows US-UK Differences
3 March 2003
Cultural differences are a part of our world.»
Australia Seeks Input on I-Gaming Law
3 March 2003
As mandated by law, the Australian Department of Communications Information Technology and Arts is seeking public input to review the Internet Gambling Act that was passed nearly two years ago.»
Nambling Notes - Feb. 26, 2002
26 February 2003
In today's Nambling Notes: Mac users get shut out of the National Lottery's Web site, Antigua and Barbuda make friends with the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force and more.»
Codere Brings Wireless Gambling to Latin America
26 February 2003
Thanks to a new partnership with Digital Orchid, Codere will be offering some of its offline gaming products as well as new online products through wireless devices.»
Illinois to Consider Anti I-Gaming Bil
26 February 2003
Illinois State Rep. Elizabeth Coulson has introduced a bill that would make it illegal for banks and credit card companies to facilitate payments for Internet gambling.»
More New Games from IGT
25 February 2003
John Grochowski checks out new slots at the Global Gaming Expo.»
Nambling Notes - Feb. 25, 2003
25 February 2003
In today's Nambling Notes: A Nevada Senate committee looks at programs for treating criminals with gaming addiction and more.»
Zone4Play Introduces Interactive Gaming in Austria
25 February 2003
In Austria and the Netherlands, UPC Digital TV subscribers can now receive an interactive gaming platform from Israeli Zone4Play Interactive Gaming Technology. The platform consists of four games: slots, video poker, blackjack and baccarat.»
Crypto, Boss Announce William Hill Deals
25 February 2003
A new product from Boss Media is opening the door for more days like yesterday, when two major Internet gambling software providers announced licensing agreements with the same operator, William Hill.»