Last week the eGaming Review Operator Awards were announced in a fancy ceremony that exceeded the expectations of the industry. Bet365 and Betfair came on top of the list of winners with three awards each.
At the 2010 Global Gaming Expo, Media Corp., a UK based company, announced that one of the biggest online gambling domains, Gambling.com, is up for sale. A lot of casino groups have contacted the company to make offers but Media Corp. has decided it is better to finalize the selling through an auction.
City Tower Casino is a brand new addition to the online casino industry. Last week, online software provider Playtech announced the grand opening of their latest site.
This casino seems very promising, at the moment it has a very small client base but that is because they have only been available for a week.
All of those Harry Potter fans can rejoice this week as software providers released new slot machines based themed with magic. Unfortunately, they do not feature the Harry Potter movies, but that does not mean they are not great slots to play at.
Latin America and South East Asia are the fastest growing online gambling markets at the time, which is why online gaming operators are now competing to get the largest share of the market. Even though there are legal problems in some countries in those regions, operators and software providers are aware that they will encounter such problems in most places and have decided to go through with that it takes to bring their services to all corners of the world.
Just like every year, iGaming Business (iGB) will be running their prestigious Affiliate Awards in 2011. iGB Affiliate is a sister company to iGaming Business, a well-known company in the online gaming industry.
iGB provides information, insight and analysis for the affiliate market through events and their very popular magazine. Every year iGB has hosted the Affiliate Awards in order to recognize the most accomplished affiliates in the community.
The final stage for the avid November 9 finally came and the World Series of Poker (WSOP) crowned a champion for 2010. This time it was Canadian poker player Jonathan Duhamel who took the bracelet home along with the $8.9 million first prize.
7,319 players began the battle for the coveted 2010 WSOP Main Event bracelet and these were the players who proved to be the strongest with their respective chip counts at the beginning of the final table:
Just reporting after watching the intense elections that the US went through today. It seems like the Republican party won a lot of seats this time as the majority of US citizens decided to side with them this time.
Whereas I do not want to get into an argument on politics, let’s better discuss what this means for the online gaming industry as a whole.