Category: Online gaming

Full Tilt, PokerStars and Absolute Poker owners arrested & charged by feds

Big news. On Friday, two (as yet unnamed) owners, out of 11, from PokerStars, Full Tilt and Absolute Poker were arrested and  all 11 charged with violating U.S. anti-Internet gambling laws, according to charges filed by federal prosecutors in Manhattan. One of the others is due to turn himself in later today. The domain names

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Back in the saddle of blogging. Some online gambling thoughts first.

It’s been too long. Blogging about the business of internet gaming / marketing /  gambling has just felt like extra work – and god knows, I’ve got enough real work to be going on with. What’s happening on the day-to-day business of online gaming front for me? I’m overseeing 2 x casinos, 2 x poker

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The Field of Dreams – If you build it…

…will they come? That seems to be the question a lot of online gaming operators are asking themselves at the moment. Regional markets seem to be the new online gaming battlegrounds for the established and less established operators. The pronouncements by the EU competition commissioner (Charlie McCreevy) that regional country markets need to open up

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>Blogiscpline – The discipline of Blogging

>Tipping point, friendquest, repurposing, and my current personal favourite – aquadextrous (the ability to turn off taps in the bath with both feet) may all be considered part of the current lexicon of buzzwords, to which I want to add my own – “blogiscpline”. It’s the discipline of blogging. I originally started this blog as

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Online Gaming: My job rocks.

And it’s bloody interesting too… We’re at the bleeding edge of a lot of things that include online marketing, web development, global gaming legislation, online product development – the list goes on and on. Every day there’s something new in terms of what the internet + lots of customers throw at you. Today, it’s about

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