Gambling News

  • 03 November 2015

    World Match Brings Night Vampire Slot Online

    One of the things that makes online slots such a popular genre is the fact that they can take on such a wide range of different themes and concepts. In just a few clicks, you can go from an Egyptian-themed slot to an army-themed one and then to one based on a popular movie. With the end of the year coming up, there are a lot of opportunities for holiday-based games, and that's exactly what's happened with the new Night Vampire slot.

    Read full article
  • 03 November 2015

    Gains for Nevada's September Gambling Revenues

    Nevada is known for being the largest state for gambling in the USA, and when they have a three-month period of declining gambling revenues, it starts to be a little scary for the industry as a whole. Thankfully, they ended this losing streak in September and showed a fair amount of growth. They found that the total winnings for the month of September were about $916.3 million, and that's a 1.5 percent boost from September of 2014.

    Read full article
  • 03 November 2015

    eSports Could Be the Next Big Target for Sony

    The eSports world is all about high-level, competitive video game play, and Sony could be looking to get a bigger piece of this industry if certain rumors floating around prove to be true. Talk about a PlayStation Plus League for PlayStation 4 user has been thrown around quite a bit, and this could include lots of chances for players to get in on the action for cash prizes.

    Read full article
  • 03 November 2015

    New Management Have Hit Malibu Club Casino Once Again

    When a brand gets a dubious reputation, it can be really hard to shake it. That's been the case with Malibu Club Casino for a lot of players. They changed management back in 2010, when they were formally known as Royal Apollo Casino before, along with at least one other casino operated by the same group. Now they're getting new management again, and like before, they're claiming that this will be the bigger, better, more reliable version of the site.

    Read full article
  • 03 November 2015

    The NYX OGS Platform Now Running at Will Hill

    If you look at how the online casino software world has changed over the past couple of decades, you'll see one major shift that's happened slowly over time. However, this change has come to completely redefine how online casino software is handled. William Hill has recently added the OGS platform by NYX Gaming, and this is a perfect example of this paradigm shift in action. A Shift in Perspective and Approach Here's how this shift works.

    Read full article
  • 03 November 2015

    A Letter About Regulation Was Penned by FanDuel CEO

    A big scandal several weeks ago set of a big problem in the daily fantasy sports world. An employee from DraftKings used inside information not available to the public to place bets on FanDuel and win prizes that totaled in the mid six-figure range. This was obviously a big problem, and it's brought up a ton of heat with the government who are looking to step in and regulate the industry. Yet Another Call for Regulation This isn't the first call for regulation by a daily fantasy sports company.

    Read full article
  • 03 November 2015

    Class Action Lawsuit Comes Against FanDuel

    The two biggest names in daily fantasy sports in the United States are FanDuel and DraftKings. DraftKings has a deal with the National Football League, and FanDuel does not, and that might have something to do with the class action lawsuit that the latter is facing thanks to player Pierre Garcon of Washington. This lawsuit is the fourth against a daily fantasy sports provider inside of the past 30 days.

    Read full article
  • 03 November 2015

    Revenues Were Expected to Fall About 28.4 Percent in Macau

    A total of 17 months of negative growth is what Macau has been seeing now that the Chinese have been cracking down on public officials getting in on the action. It was predicted that a decline somewhere between 26 and 29 percent would happen in October, and that's exactly what happened with a 28.4 percent drop. Total revenue came at about 20.06 billion patacas, and this is compared to the 28.03 billion that was seen in October of last year. This year's revenues were worth about $2.

    Read full article
  • 03 November 2015

    Polls Show DFS Challenging Casino and Lottery Play

    The Leger research group did a poll of over 1,000 daily fantasy sports players in the United States. This poll showed a number of interesting things, but the most important finding was that their money spent on these games definitely lowers the amount of money they spend on lotteries and in casinos. A total of more than 60 percent of those players said that this is the case, and this could make casinos and lottery companies rethink how they approach DFS.

    Read full article
  • 30 October 2015

    Big Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling Self-Embarrassment

    Sometimes it's easy to poke fun at your political opponents over things that don't really matter all that much. However, in the case of the RAWA (Restoration of America's Wire Act) bill being considered in Congress right now, anti-online gambling group Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling, or CSIG for short, completely and totally embarrassed themselves by launching a full-on assault against the English language in a press release full of errors.

    Read full article