Youbet.com the largest Internet provider of thoroughbred, quarter horse and harness racing content in the America, is seeking to buy out American Wagering, Inc, the company behind Leroy's Horse and Sports Place, for 9.5 million.
A new report accuses bookmakers of not being ‘pro-active’ enough in their pursuit of the £116 billion world betting market, adding that being content to serve the rest of the world through the Internet lacks vision.
Entertainment & Sports Agency Group, the multi-platform sports content provider, specializing in feeds to companies operating in the mobile, fixed internet, text and print media sectors, has announced the advent of Sportbox.tv, to launch next month.
Congressman Michael Oxley, R-Ohio, Chairman of the Financial Services Committee, has succeeded in tagging the controversial Unlawful Internet Gambling Funding Prohibition Act (H.R. 2143), onto the proposed 9/11 Bill.
In a surprise move, Rank subsidiary, Blue Square, has pulled out of a deal to acquire Britain’s third biggest Betting Exchange, Sporting Options. The deal, which was worth £4 million was expected to go through earlier in the month.
eCOGRA (eCommerce and Online Gaming Regulation and Assurance) has announced that, following the success of its Seal of Approval system for online casinos, it will be introducing a set of generally accepted practices to which online poker rooms must a
Kenilworth Systems has announced a newly formed partnership with high profile CenterStaging Musical Productions Inc to provide the entertainment content for its hotly anticipated Roulabette interactive TV project.
UKBetting has said it is pleased with its steady growth despite the fact that it is still posting narrow losses. The company has spent the past 3 years building its network of sports and gaming websites and performance is improving solidly.
BETonSPORTS.com’s national public policy initiative, ‘Proposition 1: To Regulate or Prohibit Online Gambling’ got underway yesterday when a panel of experts infields of law, education and online gambling assembled in New York to discuss the regulatio
Betfair has formally announced today that, after two years of in-house development, it has ditched Microsoft’s ASP (Active Server Pages) in preference for Sun’s J2EE (Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition).
Recently established industry body, ARGO (Association of Remote Gambling Operators), has selected the issue of socially responsible gaming as its number one priority at the first meeting of its governing Executive Committee this week...