New laws look set to ban online gaming sites
The Argentinean government has revealed legistlation that could potentially see online casinos banned from the South American country.
Popularity of online gaming looks set to rise amid growing economic uncertainty
A senior figure in the online gaming industry has said that online casinos are likely to benefit from the financial downturn threatening the world's economy.
You're Fired - Thursday, October 23 2008
Sir Alan Sugar tops the list of celebrities gamers would least like to face
A study by an online games casino has found that Sir Alan Sugar is the person gamers would least like to play casino games against.
Poker PC - Thursday, October 23 2008
Computers are playing a good hand
Many people are acquainted with the idea of playing online casino games on their computers, but now research by University of Alberta's Computer Poker Research Group has shown that not only are computers better at playing poker than humans, they will soon be teaching us how to improve our poker game.
The London Hippodrome is to be converted into a big London casino. The deal, thought to be worth £8 million, will see the grade 2-list property become a hotspot in the capital, with tourism set to benefit from players heading to the capital to experience the new venue. Players looking to get their casino fix in the meantime can always head to Kerching online casino, where a number of brilliant slots and table games await.
Home Comforts - Thursday, October 23 2008
A third of gamers prefer playing over the internet
A survey from two American universities has found that online gamers are more likely to feel comfortable with the time they spend playing games online, compared to those players that regularly visit casinos.
Capital city Tallinn celebrates another successful playing year
Estonia, one of the smallest European countries, is becoming one of the most popular destinations for players seeking gaming excitement abroad.
Adding AdWords - Wednesday, October 22 2008
Google to relax policy on sponsored links from online casinos
Internet search engine Google is reported to be relaxing its ban on AdWords campaigns for online gaming sites operating in the United Kingdom.
Barack Obama will win the presidential election, according to online gamers
Predictions made at online casinos and betting venues have made Barack Obama, the Democratic candidate for the US presidential election, odds-on favourite to win the race for the Whitehouse this November.
Counting Cards - Wednesday, October 22 2008
New technology to prevent card counting in blackjack
Anyone thinking of trying to count cards at blackjack might wantto reconsider after reading this, because a mathematician has devised a method of unmasking card counting.
Online gaming business gets investment from Dragon Theo Paphitis
An online gaming site proved to be a solid investment on the entrepreneurial BBC show 'Dragons Den,' as two owners of an online gaming business site were given a £200,000 investment from millionaire Theo Paphitis.
Back Online - Tuesday, October 21 2008
Legislation proposed that could make online gaming legal in the United States
A New Jersey senator has introduced legislation that could legalise online casinos and gaming in the United States. If passed, Senator Robert Menendez's proposal could introduce a plan to allow online gaming to be played legally across America.