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  • Dec 25 2007

    Pros and Cons of the Online Casino Business

    The online casino industry is generating billions of dollars each year. However, managing an online casino business -especially when talking about large corporations – isn’t simple as it might appear. Business is good, that’s true, but that doesn’t mean that business will remain that way tomorrow. The biggest example of how bad things can get

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  • Dec 24 2007

    Online Casino Industry Gets Its Own Tube-Like Platform

    It took a while, but the online casino industry has finally responded to the Web 2.0 trend that is going on throughout the internet. Web 2.0 is usually used to describe online activities that are based mainly on user generated content. Take Wikipedia or YouTube for example. Web 2.0 has its own visual characteristics as

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  • Dec 23 2007

    CryptoLogic Moves Deeper into the Asian Market

    The global economy is growing and online gambling firms keep expanding their business into foreign markets. The online turnkey provider CryptoLogic decided that it’s interested in a large share of the market and goes into a $6.1 million deal with Asian developer Mikoishi Studios. The famous online gambling software provider will deliver games from a

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  • Dec 23 2007

    iMEGA Intensify Objection to Online Casino Ban

    The Interactive Media Entertainment & Gaming Association (the iMEGA) has been an active member of the fight against the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act. It is currently waiting for the judgment on its challenge to the implementation of UIGEA but that doesn’t stop the organization from adding up pressure on the United States government. The

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  • Dec 22 2007

    With Sports Betting Scandals It’s Time for Responsibility

    Gambling over sports is always exciting. People love sports betting because it’s a kind of gambling that reflects their knowledge about the game, their wishes for the outcome and their ability to put everything together into a prediction. You might say that sports gambling is more skill dependant than luck involved. However, this is exactly

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  • Dec 21 2007

    New Online Casino to Sell Chinese Lottery Tickets

    Pacific Net has launched a new online casino site that deals with selling and promoting welfare lottery products for the Chinese market. As time goes by, and the American market remains close, we see additional companies that focus on foreign markets. The Chinese market has the potential of becoming the largest online market in the

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  • Dec 20 2007

    Online Casino Players Should Work Together as Consumers

    Although Barney Frank’s proposal to regulate the online casino industry is slowly raising support, it’s not enough and it doesn’t seem like online gambling will be allowed in the United States soon. While Americans are known for standing up for their consumer rights, it looks like people have forgotten to fight. American citizens have the

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  • Dec 20 2007

    Global Online Casino Christmas Craze

    The holidays are coming and this is the time to play some casino games! All over the world people are getting ready for Christmas and online casino owners are no different. At the sites you will find a selection of special Christmas bonuses for the holidays. Most people have additional free time during the holiday

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  • Dec 19 2007

    Guaranteed Play for Online Casino Slots

    A new concept in slot playing is getting mixed reactions from the land-based gambling public. The ‘Guaranteed Play’ system was introduced in several casinos in Las Vegas during the year, but players aren’t always receptive. The concept is simple and highly reasonable – the casino promised a fixed number of hands, or spins, for your

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  • Dec 18 2007

    Different Thinking Might Result in Different Outcomes

    Every now and then we hear about initiatives that address online legislation. I am not referring only to gambling legislation but to legislation that deals with the virtual space as a whole. Most laws that we know of were created in a world without the web, a world where people did not interact through cyberspace

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