Tag Archives: i-gaming

Excellent article about Amaya and the state of i-gaming

In this article, Scott Longley of Regulus Partners takes a close look at the recent acquisition of Pokertsars by Amaya and the state of the i-gaming space. While Longley is relatively optimistic about the potential success of Amaya moving forward, he does present valid arguments that bring to light skepticism surrounding the “hype” about Amaya’s […]

NJ online gambling sites to combine prize pools

In a posting I made in June 2014, I stated that one of the ways NJ online poker could thrive was to pool liquidity. In particular I said: “Poker is practically a dead horse and the operators should consider pooling liquidity and using one software provider for the entire State with all the operators sharing […]

Online Gambling: Should Government Play Virtual Pit Boss? | TORO MAGAZINE

The role of Canadian provincial governments in gambling isn’t new. You’ve got your lotteries, provincial casinos, and governments have gained from horse racing as well. Local city governments often divide down the middle with camps pro and con on bringing in mega casinos into downtown entertainment meccas, or in the suburbs. In Ontario, it seemed […]

Sun News : Ontario looking for ways to control offshore online gambling

Interesting to see what the Ontario Government will do with this. Presently, offshore operators operate in Ontario (and Canada for that matter) with impunity. I have always said that with regulation, especially with Government run internet gaming operations, there must be a coordinated effort to crack down on the offshore operators. Would be interesting to […]