Posts Tagged ‘APCW’

New Charges in Full Tilt Poker Case

by , Sep 18, 2012 | 10:00 am

APCW Perspectives Weekly: There are new charges in the Full Tilt Poker case, as Howard Lederer and Ray Bitar get in deeper and deeper. Also, the first online poker affiliate has been licensed in Nevada.

Democrats and Online Gambling

by , Sep 12, 2012 | 1:00 pm

Online Gambling News: Last week we looked at the Republican party’s agenda for online gambling, and this week we look at the Democrats. Also, industry news from Intertops, Zynga, and our old friend State Senator Ray Lesniak of New Jersey.

Obama or Romney for Online Gambling?

by , Sep 5, 2012 | 10:00 am

APCW Perspectives Weekly Online Gambling News: The US Presidential elections are just around the corner, but which candidate is the best choice for our industry? Also, real money online poker is set for launch in Nevada!

Federal Judge Says Poker is a Skill Game!

by , Aug 27, 2012 | 4:00 pm

This week a Federal Judge in New York has ruled the poker is a game of skill and not chance… but what will this mean for our industry? Also, the next big thing in online gambling: Mobile meets live dealer!

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Will Full Tilt Pay Their Affiliates?

by , Aug 21, 2012 | 8:49 am

Much has been made of Full Tilt Poker and the money they owe their players… but what about the payments to their affiliates? Also, industry news from Ongame, Zynga, and California.

Facebook Gambling & New Jersey Lawsuits

by , Aug 14, 2012 | 12:00 pm

This week, Facebook launched a real money bingo game, with slot games close behind. What could this mean for affiliates? Also, New jersey gets sued over sports betting, and Maryland abandons thoughts of online gambling.

Zynga and Native American Gaming Considering Moves

by , Aug 1, 2012 | 10:13 am

J Todd is back in the saddle with online gambling news from Zynga and tribal gaming. Plus, new audits and returning members!

The Heart Attack Episode

by , Jul 24, 2012 | 6:44 am

Rumor has it that J Todd is recovering from a heart attack. Could the online gambling news be that exciting? Maybe it was one too many bacon sandwiches. We also have stories from the horse racing industry, rumors about poker legislation, and another sentence in a Black Friday case.

Ray Bitar, William Hill, and More Action in Nevada

by , Jul 14, 2012 | 1:22 pm

This week we look at two additional companies taking the next step to get licensed for internet gambling in the state of Nevada. Plus, Ray Bitar is out on bail, and William Hill wants social gaming regulated.

Ray Bitar Busted

by , Jul 8, 2012 | 9:46 am

This week’s top online gambling news includes the surrender of Full Tilt poker founder Ray Bitar to authorities in New York. Also, headlines from and Zynga.

Online Gambling Bill Passes in Delaware!

by , Jul 1, 2012 | 1:45 am

Online Gambling has been legalized in the state of Delaware, nearly six years after the passage of the UIGEA. Not only that, but Nevada has started to issues online poker licenses to gaming companies in the state! What a week!

American Companies Preparing for Online Gambling Industry

by , Jun 24, 2012 | 2:02 pm

This week we discuss more American companies preparing for the coming online gambling industry, including news on social gaming leader Zynga. Plus, should gambling advertisements be held to a higher standard than other ads?

Online Gambling Status of the States

by , Jun 15, 2012 | 2:37 pm

Industry headlines this week include issues at Ladbrokes, plus an update on several US states where online gambling has been on the agenda. We also have information on new APCW audits, and a look around the iGaming Super Show in Dublin.

Purple Lounge Dirty Deeds

by , Jun 9, 2012 | 11:10 am

The Purple Lounge Casino & Poker Room is filing for liquidation, but not before canceling their Malta gaming License. In doing so, they effectively removed all player protection in what looks like an obvious manipulation of the system and a quick cash grab. Also, William Hill making interesting moves.

Online Gambling Rain in Spain

by , Jun 5, 2012 | 9:51 am

It’s time for the Spanish online gambling market to open up, so it’s also time for all the would-be license candidates to pay up. Plus, Bwin pays out $50 million… but none of it is earmarked for the affiliates they shafted.