Posts by J. Todd:
APCW Perspectives Weekly24 May 2016
If you thought RAWA was dead, think again! Sheldon Adelson has some politicians in his pocket more than happy to sell their integrity to do his bidding. Also, mergers in the U.K. could spell more trouble for William Hill. Links to the stories from the show are listed below: RAWA Still Raging: http://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blo… New Jersey […]
APCW Perspectives Weekly29 May 2013
Regulators in New jersey roll out the first draft of online gambling rules, while The Netherlands plans to end their stats-run gambling monopoly by 2015.
APCW Perspectives Weekly22 May 2013
The drama in New Jersey between PokerStars and the Atlantic Club Casino drags on. Meanwhile in Nevada, Ultimate Poker hits its first snag.
APCW Perspectives Weekly15 May 2013
Webmasters in online gambling are once again facing affiliate programs wanting to change terms and conditions. Is there hope for the future? Plus industry ne…
APCW Perspectives Weekly08 May 2013
Nevada gets the first online poker room licensed and regulated within the United States. That story plus industry news from New Jersey and the United Kingdom.
The Nevada Gaming Commission05 May 2013
This Week in Gambling Interviews: The Nevada Gaming Commission
http://www.ThisWeekInGambling.com – J Todd catches up with Peter Bernhard, Chairman of the Nevada Gaming Commission about online gambling regulation in Nevad…
APCW Perspectives Weekly01 May 2013
This week, Betfair rejected a takeover offer of over a billion dollars. Plus, industry news from Pennsylvania, Connecticut and New Jersey.
The Canadian Gaming Association28 Apr 2013http://www.ThisWeekInGambling.com – J Todd has a chat with America’s closest neighbor about the differences in U.S. and Canadian approach to online gambling.From:
APCW Perspectives Weekly23 Apr 2013
This week we look at the mounting indictments in the Legendz Sportsbook case. Plus, industry news from Ladbrokes, Ontario, and the World Series of Poker.
APCW Perspectives Weekly17 Apr 2013
This week, Full Tilt Founder Ray Bitar cut a deal with the U.S. Department of Justice for his freedom and his health. Also, industry news from New Mexico and…