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Enabling Legislation for Nevada
21 April 1998
In a recent IGN story, we offered you the details on the proposed regulations now going through the Nevada Gaming Control Board approval process. This is the companion piece to that story, bringing you the text of Senate Bill 318 from the Nevada Legislature.»
Nevada Regulations Unveiled
21 April 1998
As you may know, the Nevada legislature passed Senate Bill 318 in '97 which looked at internet gambling within the state. It was part of a broader bill which considered the legalities of "messenger betting" and the use of other electronic devices. IGN has gotten the draft version of the regulations as it relates to that bill. A meeting on the draft regs is scheduled in Las Vegas on April 14.»
The Brits Are Coming!
17 April 1998
There are some interesting developments going on in Europe as it relates to internet gaming. But, some of the most interesting developments are happening in Great Britain and Ireland where an increasing number of licensed bookmakers are going electronic. One of those is Blandford Betting which is now moving to the interactive world in a big way. Interactive Gaming News interviewed Mark Blandford to get an idea exactly what he's up to.»
Five New Games Added at US Lottery
14 April 1998
The government has tried to stop them, but they're only getting stronger. Five new games are coming to US Lottery, the web site where the Coeur d'Alene Tribe and UniStar Entertainment, Inc. introduced the world's first Internet/phone draw lottery.»
Nightline Discusses Kyl
13 April 1998
Internet gambling and the Kyl bill were subjects of ABC’s Nightline on April 7. Ted Koppel introduced the subject by talking about Internet gambling "increasing the level of unpaid debts in this country."»
BossMedia AB Builds Online Casino for ServiceNet Limited
13 April 1998
BossMedia AB, a Swedish software company, has signed a deal with ServiceNet Ltd. of Antigua to produce USA Casino (http://www.usacasino.com), an Internet wagering website.»
Upcoming Interactive Gaming Conferences in Australia
13 April 1998
The Australians are light years ahead of the rest of the world in terms of their world view of interactive gaming as evidenced by the rash of conferences being produced there on the topic. Here's a peek at the next one coming up in May. »
Network Marketing Comes to Internet Gambling
10 April 1998
Many of us have been sucked in to network marketing schemes before. It might have been plastics, skin care products, investments or any other category of products. But, internet gaming and the financial transaction processing that goes along with it???? Okay, we’re willing to listen.»
Cyberspades Goes Live
9 April 1998
Internet Gaming Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of Software Gaming Corp., has just launched "Cyberspades Casino," a web site where cyber gamblers, can play their favorite casino games 24 hours-a-day, seven days-a-week.»
VGTI Accepting Membership Applications for International Sport Market
9 April 1998
Virtual Gaming Technologies, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: VGTI) through its subsidiary Virtual Gaming Technologies (Antigua), Ltd. (VGTA) has started accepting membership applications, from non-US residents, for its International Sports Market, VGTA's online Sports Book community, which will enable members to bet on professional worldwide sports.»
Starnet and OJC Embark on Internet Simulcasting and Wagering Ventures
8 April 1998
Two subsidiaries of Starnet Communications International Inc. (NASD OTC-BB: SNMM) have entered into a Letter of Intent outlining a strategic alliance with the Ontario Jockey Club (OJC), which encompasses netcast coverage & online wagering on the OJC's horse racing events, and a Joint Venture to further develop both parties' on-line pari-mutuel wagering technologies.»
An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure
7 April 1998
Developing adequate fraud controls keeps your chargebacks to a minimum. Learn how to design those systems in the first of a series of articles by Christine Bednar of Signature Card Services. »
Internet Gambling in Europe: State of the Art (I)
2 April 1998
Interactive Gaming News is committed to giving you the news from around the world. To that end, we've added our European correspondent to our rosters of excellent contributors. Arjan van't Veer is a leading European expert on interactive gambling and teases us with a look at what's happening in Europe. There's lots more to come. »
European Gaming Regulators Preparing Annual Conference
2 April 1998
The European Gaming Regulators joined in GREF (Gaming Regulators European Forum) are preparing for their annual conference in May. »
The Next Load of Complaints - Grand Holiday Casino
1 April 1998
March 26 was D-Day for the next rash of criminal complaints against online gaming operators. Another 7 individuals were targeted and IGN is offering you the complaints against those folks as well as the full text of the US Attorney's news release on the matter. »
The Next Load of Complaints - Global Sports Network
1 April 1998
March 26 was D-Day for the next rash of criminal complaints against online gaming operators. Another 7 individuals were targeted and IGN is offering you the complaints against those folks as well as the full text of the US Attorney's news release on the matter. »
The Next Load of Complaints - Galaxy Sports
1 April 1998
March 26 was D-Day for the next rash of criminal complaints against online gaming operators. Another 7 individuals were targeted and IGN is offering you the complaints against those folks as well as the full text of the US Attorney's news release on the matter. »
The Next Load of Complaints - World Wide Tele-Sports
1 April 1998
March 26 was D-Day for the next rash of criminal complaints against online gaming operators. Another 7 individuals were targeted and IGN is offering you the complaints against those folks as well as the full text of the US Attorney's news release on the matter. »
The Next Load of Complaints - World Sports Exchange
1 April 1998
March 26 was D-Day for the next rash of criminal complaints against online gaming operators. Another 7 individuals were targeted and IGN is offering you the complaints against those folks as well as the full text of the US Attorney's news release on the matter. »
The Next Load of Complaints - FBI Press Release
1 April 1998
March 26 was D-Day for the next rash of criminal complaints against online gaming operators. Another 7 individuals were targeted and IGN is offering you the complaints against those folks as well as the full text of the US Attorney's news release on the matter.»
Living in the USA
31 March 1998
The one common thread among the recent criminal complaints against online gambling operators was clear....they were all US citizens. Thanks to Kevin Doty of Lionel Sawyer and Collins, IGN explores the legal basis for the feds going after their own who are operating offshore. Check out this jewel from the recent Internet Gambling Report II. »
'Kyl Bill May Fail' Says Aussie Minister
30 March 1998
The AIC’s 6th Casinos and Gaming Conference held in Sydney Australia from March 30 to April 6 is proving to be of interest. On day one, the Minister of Racing and Gaming of the State of New South Wales, Richard Face, gave a lengthy presentation and the following should be of interest to the namblers of the world.»
Handheld ATMs May Boost Interactive Wagering
28 March 1998
One of the biggest challenges facing proponents of interactive gaming and wagering is the financial transaction processing system. We’re beginning to see a proliferation of products that address this concern.»
Infringement by Internet?
28 March 1998
Now we have a new cybercrime. Circus Circus Enterprises has filed suit in U.S. District Court against a German Internet gambling outfit that Circus feels has infringed on its company trademark.»
Internet Gaming Summit
25 March 1998
A summit on Internet Nambling will be held on May 7 and 8 1998 in Sydney Australia. Organised by AIC (Australian Institute for Criminology) the conference is titled, Gambling Technology and Society, Regulatory Issues for the 21st Century, the conference will be Co-hosted by the AIGR (Australian Institute for Gambling Research). »