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10th Edition for Internet Gambling Report

Knowledge is power. We all know that. While online casino players can find bundles of information regarding new features, games and promotions, it’s not that easy to find information regarding legal issues. The online gambling industry is highly affected by changes in the legal framework in which the industry is operating and knowing more about global issues is important. One of the best sources for internet gambling information is the Internet Gambling Report which just released its Tenth Edition.

The guide is the longest running, most comprehensive legal guide to online gambling in the world. With 661 pages, you got everything covered. If you want to know more about the online gambling industry and find out what is going in legal-wise, than you should get your hands on a copy. Many of the industry’s leading speakers and figures contribute articles for the guide and you can find bundles of inside tips. This issue comes with an extra five chapters that deal with current issues like The Antigua-US WTO dispute, the implementation of Britain’s new gambling policy, the legal climate in Asia, The US prohibition on online gambling and other burning issues.

Alongside crucial legal concepts, the guide also covers business topics that have a direct impact on the industry. The Internet Gambling Report was first released in 1997 and has been the source for credible and in-depth legal input ever since. Changing laws and the current ban over online gambling in the United States are pheromones that impact the way you are playing online and it’s imperative that you learn more about them. A market that is about to open might influence the way you choose online casinos. Playing at an off-shore located site might be less inviting then playing at a local based online gambling site. Is your market about to become liberalized for internet gambling? Such issues are in the heart of any serious online casino player.

OCA News Editor

Jenny McKinnley is OCA’s financial correspondent. After spending years on the trading floor in both NY and London, she offers insight from the inside out on world financial news and events.

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