Tag Archives | Internet gambling

Asian i-Gaming Congress

AiG as it’s become known, is the Asian i-Gaming Conference and Expo, is hosting it’s 7th annual event from February 24-26, 2009, at the Venetian Macau Resort-Hotel in Macau. OffshoreNet has associates attending this event, if you are planning to attend and require assistance with offshore banking, please enquire. AiG has become the definitive conference […]

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Safe and Secure Internet Gambling

Regulating Internet Gambling

Financial Times Article Concludes Momentum is Building to Regulate Internet Gambling This is an issue of the Safe and Secure Internet Gambling Initiative’s Public Affairs Newsletter; an update on legislative and media activity about regulating Internet gambling. Financial Times reports (“A better hand“) that support is growing for the regulation of Internet gambling. “Industry experts […]

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Internet Gambling

The Safe and Secure Internet Gambling Initiative promotes the principles of safe and secure Internet gambling through practices designed to protect consumers and ensure integrity of financial transactions.   Additionally, the Initiative is a resource for information about the Internet Gambling Regulation and Enforcement Act of 2007. The Initiative provides opportunities for individuals, organizations and […]

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Offshore Sites Bet on U.S. Business

Internet gambling works around law meant to block it Thinking of going online and wagering on a few games in the upcoming NCAA basketball tournament? Uncle Sam doesn’t want you to, but he’s having trouble stopping anyone. The government’s latest effort to get Americans to stop gambling via the Internet has been largely ineffective, according […]

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You bet you can bet on Italy!

In a surprising about-face the Italian government has announced it is going to issue 17,000 licenses for betting shops, casinos, online gaming and sports books. This is 180° change from October when Italy was still pursuing strict suppressive measures. The “big boys” of the industry are already lining up for licenses. This will almost certainly […]

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