Ladbrokes Luck About to Alter: Deutsche Financial institution Updates Shares to ‘Buy’

Posted by admin | Sportsbook Affiliates | Wednesday 21 August 2013 12:46 pm
Ladbrokes Luck About to Change: Deutsche Bank Upgrades Shares to ‘Buy’
Ladbrokes, the United kingdom bookmaking behemoth, has endured a rough trip in current months but Deutsche Lender sees issues shifting for the far better.

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BetOnline Introduces Strip Athletics Betting (Video)

Posted by admin | Sportsbook Affiliates | Wednesday 21 August 2013 11:55 am
BetOnline Introduces Strip Sports Betting (Video)
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Bogus Affiliate Impersonating WagerHome.com, TheRx.com

Posted by admin | Sportsbook Affiliates | Tuesday 20 August 2013 8:57 pm
Fake Affiliate Impersonating AcePerHead.com, TheRx.com
Beware pay per head agents!  Gambling911.com has been informed that a fake affiliate with no relationship to pay per head site WagerHome.com is emailing agents pretending to represent this company. 

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Faux Affiliate Impersonating AcePerHead.com, TheRx.com

Posted by admin | Sportsbook Affiliates | Tuesday 20 August 2013 2:47 am
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William Hill Leaves China

Posted by admin | Casino Affiliates | Monday 19 August 2013 8:50 pm

William Hill has abruptly exited the Chinese online gambling market this week because of, “regulatory reasons.” It’s a move that cuts off access to a huge range of of Chinese gamblers, but is probably a good, long-term move.

The announcement was sent out to affiliates last week and stated:

We regret to inform you that William Hill has taken a decision to withdraw all of its online betting and gaming services for all residents of China for the foreseeable future. We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this may cause you; however this decision has been taken for regulatory reasons beyond our control.

Chinese nationals with William Hill accounts are now barred from placing further wagers, but will be able to withdraw the funds currently in their accounts.

Though online gambling is currently illegal in China, it’s widely considered to be one of the largest untapped gambling markets on the planet. Cutting off Chinese players today may be a good long-term strategy for companies that hope to do regulated business in China (should that day ever come).

Affiliate partners who are interested in working with William Hill serving gamblers pretty much everywhere except China, can sign up as an affiliate through the CAP Network.

What do you think of William Hill’s decision to quit serving Chinese gamblers? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Introducing The CAP Network

Posted by admin | Casino Affiliates | Monday 19 August 2013 12:34 pm

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Shell out For every Head Plus Neighborhood Bookie Translates Into Higher Earnings

Posted by admin | Sportsbook Affiliates | Saturday 17 August 2013 9:57 pm
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Gambling News Roundup – August 11-17, 2013

Posted by admin | Casino Affiliates | Friday 16 August 2013 9:40 pm

Arsenal teams up with Bodog

As August rolls on, a good chunk of the European igaming business is on holiday, as are many of their North American and Asian counterparts.

All that rest and relaxation didn’t completely kill the headline news from the industry.

Here’s some of the top news stories from the last week in gambling and SEO.

Gambling News

  • Opap Deal Goes Through – The Greek government’s deal to sell off a third of Opap, its gambling monopoly, to a Czech hedge fund for €652 million ($ 870.52 million). This deal is by no means a done deal. Some European operators are saying that it violates European Union trade laws and should be squashed.
  • Arsenal Partners with BodogBodog is hoping to capitalize on Arsenal’s huge Asian fan base with a new, three-year sponsorship deal. The online gambling giant’s partnership with the Premier League heavyweight should generate plenty of marketing momentum for Bodog partners without destroying the integrity of the game. (Did you hear that, Roger Goodell?)
  • Pete Rose Opens Up – Sports betting posterboy Pete Rose (who is himself a giant hypocrite) opened up about the hypocrisy of his ban for sports betting, while other more serious crimes are overlooked saying: I should have picked drugs or I should have picked up beating up my wife or girlfriend because if you do those three, you get a second chance.

Other News

  • Bitcoins are Real Currency – A Texas judge declared Bitcoins to be, “real currency,” in a Federal Court. The ruling was in response to a con man who said he hadn’t committed fraud because he only stole Bitcoins. (Nice try, guy.)
  • Use No Follow on Embedded Widgets – Matt Cutts video advice barrage continued this week as addressed the SEO challenges associated with embedded widgets. His advice, use a no-follow tag to avoid getting dinged by spam filters.

Finally

  • Gambling Winnings Can Be Garnished – If you’re a Chicago-area deadbeat dad who also happens to be a successful gambler, we’ve got some bad news. The state of Illinois just passed a law that allows gambling establishments to garnish payouts to pay off late child support payments. The measure could bring in as much as $ 1 million a year.

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Britain Hits Offshore Gambling Sector With 300 Million Pound Levy

Posted by admin | Sportsbook Affiliates | Friday 16 August 2013 9:14 pm
Britain Hits Offshore Gambling Sector With 300 Million Pound Levy
Online betting companies based in offshore havens to sidestep Britain's gambling taxes will be hit with a new levy that could cost the industry 300 million pounds ($ 467 million).

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August 2013 US Online Poker Payment Processing Report

Posted by admin | Poker Affiliates | Thursday 15 August 2013 9:58 pm

There were two major moves this month in U.S. online poker payouts. One was a major positive, while another led a room to receive an F grade. The July U.S. payment processing report may be found here. Last month’s grades are in parenthesis.

Bovada A+ (A)

Bovada once again wins the top honors. Its payment processing is as perfect as it could be in this regulatory environment. That is good news with football season just a few weeks away.

Players can expect a Western Union or MoneyGram cashout request to be processed in 1-2 days. The fees and limits are:

Money Transfer/WU

• $ 100 – $ 200 Fee: $ 40
• $ 201 – $ 500 Fee: $ 50
• $ 501 – $ 1000 Fee: $ 80
• $ 1001 – $ 2000 Fee: $ 150

Rapid Transfer/MG

• $ 100 – $ 200 Fee: $ 20
• $ 201 – $ 400 Fee: $ 30
• $ 401 – $ 600 Fee: $ 45
• $ 601 – $ 800 Fee: $ 60

Players may request a check for up to $ 3,000. These arrive in 6-10 days. Players may receive one free check per month. Additional checks have a $ 50 fee. There are no reports of bank wire speeds at this time.

Winning Poker Network A (A)

The main Winning Poker Network cashier consists of Americas Cardroom, True Poker and Black Chip Poker. It continues to be one of the leaders in U.S. poker cashouts.

Players can receive debit card withdrawals in 1-4 days. The debit card may be used at any ATM machine. Players must first request a debit card from the cashier. There is a $ 25 fee and it arrives in about two weeks. There is a $ 4.95 withdrawal fee for each transaction plus ATM specific fees. The maximum weekly cashout is $ 2,500, while the monthly cashout max is $ 10,000.

Checks are another option. The maximum check cashout is $ 2,995. These arrive by courier in 1-2 weeks. The first check each month is free. Additional checks carry a $ 65 fee.

Western Union is also available. These are processed in 1-3 days. The fees are:

• $ 100 – $ 299 Fee: $ 60
• $ 300 – $ 499 Fee: $ 70
• $ 500 – $ 749 Fee: $ 85
• $ 750 – $ 999 Fee: $ 95
• $ 1,000 – $ 1,500 Fee: $ 110

Intertops A- (A-)

Intertops continues its impressive cashout speeds. While a member of the Revolution Gaming Network, many Intertops games are ring fenced and exclusive to Intertops players. It also does not accept new U.S. players.

Intertops does not offer any free withdrawal options. Checks are available up to $ 3,000. The fee is $ 50 and they arrive in about a week. Wires also have a $ 50 fee, but there may be additional fees charged by intermediary banks. Wires may be requested in amounts up to $ 2,500 and arrive in 2-3 weeks.

Western Union is the fastest option. The fees and limits are:

• $ 150-$ 500 Fee: $ 70
• $ 501-$ 1,000 Fee: $ 85
• $ 1,001-$ 2,000 Fee: $ 180

Merge Gaming B (C)

Our most improved award goes to the Merge Gaming cashier, which services Carbon Poker, Aced, Sportsbook and PlayersOnly. Checks arrive in 2-4 weeks. This is a major improvement from last month’s 8-10 weeks. There is no fee for check withdrawals. Players may request up to $ 2,500 on a single check. If a player has multiple withdrawal requests then they may be combined on one check as long as the cumulative amount is not more than $ 2,500.

The outlook at Merge Gaming is positive as the most recent check requests are being processed in 2-3 weeks.

Lock Poker F (D-)

Lock Poker is a member of the Revolution Gaming Network. Lock Poker’s cashout woes have become more and more public. The Two Plus Two user IHasTehNutz compiles data on player reports of Lock Poker withdrawals. The most recent spreadsheet shows over $ 200,000 in pending request that are more than 60 days old to players all over the world. The oldest Western Union is from February and the oldest check dates back to December. There have been some reports of withdrawals being processed faster than this so the average for Western Union withdrawals is about 4-5 months, while checks are arriving in 7-8 months. This is far slower than competitors on other networks.

There are two other causes for concern. The oldest Skrill withdrawal request is five months old. Lock Poker also announced that it would no longer respond to questions at Two Plus Two and instead opened a private forum open only to players with a lifetime rake of $ 100 or more. All of these issues contributed to the F grade for this month.

Juicy Stakes F (F)

Juicy Stakes is also a member of the Revolution Gaming Network that continues to struggle with processing withdrawals to players across the globe. Checks, which are available in amounts up to $ 3,000, are reportedly arriving in 6-10 months. Some players have reported waiting for a check since November. International ewallet withdrawal reports average about three months.

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