BetOnSports Founder Must Pay $36 Mil in Back Taxes: Loses Appeal

Posted by admin | Sportsbook Affiliates | Friday 31 July 2015 3:19 pm
BetOnSports Founder Must Pay $  36 Mil in Back Taxes: Loses Appeal

A federal appeals court has rejected attempts by the founder of a former online betting site to avoid paying $ 36 million in delinquent taxes and penalties…

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Free Pay Per Head August Special

Posted by admin | Sportsbook Affiliates | Thursday 30 July 2015 3:20 pm
Free Pay Per Head August Special

With the new Football season upon us, our friends at AcePerHead.com have released the bookie deal of the century: Free Pay Per Head for the month of August.

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Italian Internet Gambling Posts Revenue Gains

Posted by admin | Casino Affiliates | Thursday 30 July 2015 3:20 pm

Business is booming for the Italian internet gambling with companies reporting solid gains for the first half of 2015. The new numbers aren’t just good for the internet gambling industry as a whole, they’re also a rare European gaming liberalization success story.

The big news for Italian facing operators and affiliates is that overall igaming revenues in Italy was up 9% over the previous year. Operators reported €398 million ($ 436 million (USD) in earnings for the first half of 2015.

Much of that gain, according to a report on CalvinAyre.com, came from the country’s robust online sector which was up 24% over the previous year.

On the sports betting side, Italian online bookmakers reported massive gains, including a turnover of €1.3 billion ($ 1.42 billion USD) – that’s up a whopping 90% over the same period in 2014. Revenue at those sites rose 18% to €126 million ($ 138 million USD).

Unfortunately, not every sector of the Italian internet gambling market was in the black for the first half of 2015.

The long suffering Italian online poker vertical reported a revenue drop of 15% to €82 million ($ 89 million USD). Revenue from cash games, a traditional cash cow, was down 22% to just €6.1 million ($ 6.8 million USD).

The one bright spot for the poker vertical was the tournament sector where revenue was up 15% from this time last year.

Unfortunately, the Italian internet gambling boom might not last for an extended period. Italian lawmakers are considering a host of bills that, if passed into law, could seriously impact the industry’s bottom line.

At the same time, the addition of new market players, thanks to market liberalization, is a success story that shouldn’t be overlooked.

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‘Frankie The Flea’, ‘The Worm’ and Other BetEagle Agents Lead to Owner’s Sentencing

Posted by admin | Sportsbook Affiliates | Wednesday 29 July 2015 3:16 pm
‘Frankie The Flea’, ‘The Worm’ and Other BetEagle Agents Lead to Owner’s Sentenc

The owner of long established Costa Rica-based online and call center bookmaker BetEagle.com has been sentenced to 18 months behind bars by a U.S. District Court judge.

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Price Per Head White Labeling: What to Look for in Software

Posted by admin | Sportsbook Affiliates | Tuesday 28 July 2015 3:15 pm
Price Per Head White Labeling: What to Look for in Software

Local bookies need to consider their Price Per Head white labeling carefully as not all PPHs are created equal.  PremierPerHead.com features meet or otherwise rise above the industry standard.

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Phil Ivey Takes on Borgata with One More Lawsuit

Posted by admin | Casino Affiliates | Tuesday 28 July 2015 3:15 pm

Poker legend Phil Ivey is counter suing the Borgata Hotel and Casino over allegations of destroyed evidence in his ongoing case of, alleged, edge sorting.

Ivey, and a co-defendant claim that the Borgata acted illegally when it destroyed the cards that had been used in Ivey’s controversial $ 9 million baccarat winning streak at the AC casino.

The two men say the casino’s current lawsuit against them, a lawsuit attempting to reclaim their allegedly ill-gotten winnings, should be tossed out under New Jersey’s frivolous lawsuit statutes.

In Ivey’s view, the loss of the cards – the same cards whose flaws and imperfections he committed to memory in order to beat the casino in a $ 100,000 a hand game of baccarat – cripples his defense against the casino operator. (Why Ivey can’t just remember the cards is another question entirely.)

The Borgata, of course, says Ivey and company are completely in the wrong and that edge sorting is fraud, not advantage playing.

By the way, that’s the same argument Crockford’s casino in London used in their case against Ivey’s UK edge sorting drama. In that case, Ivey was forced to return more than $ 7 million dollars in winnings in a story that’s almost identical to this one.

Ivey’s edge sorting routine seems to revolve around spending an evening playing with a deck of cards and requesting that those same cards be used in subsequent sessions. All the while, he’s memorizing small imperfections on the cards that allow him to know exactly which cards are being dealt.

No matter who comes out on top, it’s safe to say that Phil Ivey probably won’t be welcome in the world’s baccarat rooms anymore.

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Sportsbook.ag Enters Daily Fantasy Sports Space

Posted by admin | Sportsbook Affiliates | Monday 27 July 2015 3:28 pm
Sportsbook.ag Enters Daily Fantasy Sports Space

Sportsbook.ag, the largest North American facing online sportsbook in terms of volume of customers, has entered the Daily Fantasy Sports market.

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Bookies in Arizona: Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa, Glendale, Chandler and Scottsdale

Posted by admin | Sportsbook Affiliates | Sunday 26 July 2015 3:15 pm
Bookies in Arizona: Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa, Glendale, Chandler and Scottsdale

Bookies are prevalent throughout the beautiful Southwestern state of Arizona.  Residents of the state are fans of the NFL Cardinals, a few College Football teams and the NBA Suns among others. 

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Paddy Power Pushes it Too Far with Aussie Sex Offender Ad

Posted by admin | Casino Affiliates | Sunday 26 July 2015 3:15 pm

A billboard featuring a convicted sex offender has proven to be too much for Paddy Power in Australia, Ireland’s largest independent bookmaker.

The edgy advertisement, which has been torn down and destroyed, included a large photo of former Aussie TV host, and convicted sex offender, Rolf Harris smiling and waving. A caption on the billboard read, “The only Aussie we don’t want to get out.”

Harris’ image was part of a promotion for the Ashes Test at Lord’s cricket match between Australia and England.

The offensive billboard immediately drew the ire of social media users and that triggered Paddy Power’s retreat. In a statement to the press, a Paddy Power spokesman said:

We decided that, on balance, although potentially amusing for the cricket fan, the sentiment of the advert crossed the line and had the potential to cause offence. It’s not often Paddy Power make this kind of decision but in this instance we believe we made the right call not to run it. We can confirm that we will be destroying the advert and it will never be released in public.

To say that Paddy Power doesn’t, “make this kind of decision,” often is something of an understatement. The company is well known for pushing the limits of good taste in its advertising, especially when it comes to celebrities.

Last year the company came under fire for promoting wagering on the outcome of the Oscar Pretorious trial in South Africa. That particular campaign earned the distinction of generating more complaints with UK advertising regulators than any other ad in 2014.

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Bookies in Arizona: Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa, Glendale, Chandler and Scottsdale

Posted by admin | Sportsbook Affiliates | Saturday 25 July 2015 3:15 pm
Bookies in Arizona: Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa, Glendale, Chandler and Scottsdale

Bookies are prevalent throughout the beautiful Southwestern state of Arizona.  Residents of the state are fans of the NFL Cardinals, a few College Football teams and the NBA Suns among others. 

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