Hardly Any Money Coming in on Broncos to Win Super Bowl 50

Posted by admin | Sportsbook Affiliates | Sunday 31 January 2016 3:18 pm

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DraftKings, FanDuel May Struggle With Payouts After February

Posted by admin | Sportsbook Affiliates | Saturday 30 January 2016 3:15 pm

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Hackers Hit Irish National Lottery Site

Posted by admin | Casino Affiliates | Saturday 30 January 2016 3:15 pm

Hackers hit the Irish National Lottery with a major distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack last week that disabled the lottery’s website, as well as free-standing ticket kiosks.

Though the attack was short lived, only about two hours total, its scope should be enough to leave lottery officials plenty shaken. After all, most DDoS attacks focus, and impact, an operator’s website. The fact that this attack shut down free-standing sales kiosks is deeply disturbing.

Officials at Premier Lotteries Ireland (PLI), the company that runs he Irish National Lottery, credits a robust DDos defense system for stopping the attack within hour of its start.

In a statement to the press, PLI officials stressed that the attack was short-lived and did not cause widespread damage saying:

The issues were resolved by the National Lottery’s DDoS protection systems, limiting disruption and restoring all operations within two hours. This incident is still under investigation. However, we can confirm that at no point was the National Lottery gaming system or player data affected.

The attack took place just hours ahead of a weekly drawing that had swelled up to €12 million ($ 12.97 USD), making it the lottery’s biggest jackpot in more than 18 months. Hackers frequently target operators, especially bookmakers, in the hours ahead of large events.

Attacking during busy times gives them more leverage when they eventually demand money to halt their activities. As of this writing, PLI has not commented on whether the hackers approached them with any particular demands.

That said, the Irish National Lottery will offer another very large jackpot this week and officials are bracing themselves for another potential DDos attack at that time.

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Premier Per Head Software Gives You More Options

Posted by admin | Sportsbook Affiliates | Friday 29 January 2016 3:18 pm
Premier Per Head Software Gives You More Options

If you are an independent sports bookmaker, a Pay Per Head service is well worth the per head fee you pay for your active customers as long as the sportsbook solutions it brings to the table can work to level the playing field…..

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Panthers Now Up to -6 and Still Seeing 83 Percent of Action

Posted by admin | Sportsbook Affiliates | Friday 29 January 2016 12:45 pm
Carolina Panthers Seeing 87 Percent of Early Action at -4.5

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Gambling Consultant Cries ‘Foul’ on Tennis Scandal

Posted by admin | Casino Affiliates | Friday 29 January 2016 12:45 pm

Were reports of a possibly rigged match at the Australian Open last week a, “cheap grab at free publicity”?

That’s the claim former Betfair executive Scott Ferguson made in a recent interview during which he absolutely skewered the tennis establishment and some high profile operators.

Ferguson’s interview, which appeared on SI.com, covers everything from his thoughts on how the Tennis Integrity Unit has mishandled the case, to why he thinks there might not have actual match rigging at this year’s Australian Open.

For starters, Ferguson says that the problem of match fixing in the world of tennis is a very real problem that’s been with the sport for quite some time. In his SI interview he elaborated saying:

There have been lengthy lists of suspicious matches handed to tennis authorities in the past, with many common names appearing time and time again, and it’s the same old story. Zero response or action from the Tennis Integrity Unit (or perhaps they have done plenty and found nothing—but with their magic cone of silence, we really don’t know and just have to assume they have done nothing).

While Ferguson definitely believes that tennis players aren’t above throwing a match every once in a while, he’s not so sure that wagering needed to be halted on this week’s match between Andrea Hlavackova and Lukasz Kubot and Lara Arruabarrena and David Marrero. Ferguson suggested that Pinnacle Sports, the bookmaker who halted the bets, was using the scandal for free publicity.

Feguson also suggests that the fact Pinnacle took the story to the New York Times, a paper that eviscerated the bookmaker in a series of exposes last summer, suggests that all is not as it should be with this story.

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DraftKings, FanDuel in Violation of Oregon State Law Claims Suit

Posted by admin | Sportsbook Affiliates | Wednesday 27 January 2016 3:16 pm

Our sister site DFS911.com has the latest Daily Fantasy Sports news, both pertaining to the industry and player updates.  Below are some recent headlines.

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DFS Fight Comes to the Heartland as Nebraska Legislators Mull Over Bill

Posted by admin | Sportsbook Affiliates | Tuesday 26 January 2016 3:16 pm
DFS Fight Comes to the Heartland as Nebraska Legislators Mull Over Bill

Gambling opponents are fighting a bill that would allow fantasy sports websites to operate in Nebraska, even though the industry estimates that 300,000 people in the state are already playing.

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Bookmakers Halt Suspicious Australian Open Wagering

Posted by admin | Casino Affiliates | Tuesday 26 January 2016 3:14 pm

Just one week after the tennis world was rocked by a serious match fixing scandal, officials in Australia have suspended wagering on a match due to suspicious betting patterns.

Security personnel at Pinnacle Sports were the first to notice that a large amount of cash on a fairly obscure match up between Andrea Hlavackova and Lukasz Kubot; and Lara Arruabarrena and David Marrero.

Though  Arruabarrena and Marrero were heavy favorites to win, a large amount of late money on Hlavackova and Kubot drove down the odds on the favorites. In the hours leading up to the match, odds on the favorites dropped by 18% for no reason besides volume of wagers.

Officials from the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) were notified of the irregularities, but have not yet commented on them.

Hlavackova and Kubot, on the other hand, defended their win. In a statement to the press, Hlavackova took umbrage with the suggestion that that his opponents may not have been giving it their all saying:

It’s not very comfortable to think that we didn’t win the match on our terms. We played our best [yesterday], we did very well and we won. So it’s a bit not comfortable to be questioned if someone else was not playing 100 per cent or something.

Marrero and Arruabarrena also denied any wrongdoing and pointed out that Marrero was suffering from an injured knee. (There’s no indication as to whether or not Marrero’s knee injury was made public before the match.)

Given the controversy surrounding alleged match fixing that’s dogged the tennis world over the past week, Pinnacle’s quick action in halting a match with suspicious betting patterns isn’t much of surprise.

As of this writing, this has been the only match that’s garnered a halt in betting at this year’s Australian Open, though it might not be the last.

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Colorado Bookies in Desperate Need of a Good Pay Per Head Ahead of Super Bowl 50

Posted by admin | Sportsbook Affiliates | Monday 25 January 2016 3:16 pm
Colorado Bookies in Desperate Need of a Good Pay Per Head Ahead of Super Bowl 50

Colorado area bookies, and indeed those in neighboring states, will be hunting for the very best Pay Per Head service for Super Bowl 50 and beyond.

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