Author: Frank Donavan

Playtech Gambling Software Review

Playtech is one of the leading gambling software providers in the world. They have a wide range of products including online casino software to sports betting software. For this Playtech gambling software review, we will focus on their sports betting software. Teddy Sagi, the Playtech founder, established the company in 1999. However, it took them two years to launch their first casino software product. Since then Playtech became one of the top providers of sports betting software. Some of their customers include Ladbrokes, William Hill, and more. Playtech’s sports division supplies software to more than 27,000 betting terminals across...

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Online Gambling More Popular than Traditional Methods

How do you gamble? Are you still going to a casino to play table games? Or do you turn on your desktop or mobile device to play casino games? Although people still look for the brick-and-mortar casino experience, many gamblers are turning to online gambling to satisfy their cravings. In the past, gambling used to be reserved for elite members of society. You need to have money and stylish clothes to enter gambling facilities. That’s no longer the case today. In fact, people don’t need to dress up to access online casinos and betting sites. No matter what time...

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Japan Regulators Require More Problem Gambling Protection

The hype on integrated resorts in Japan is waning. In fact, the country is delaying the launch of IRs in the country. Some of the reasons for the delays include the upcoming elections and public sentiments. Regulators require more problem gambling protection for residents. At a recent international conference, experts pointed out Japan doesn’t protect its residents from problem gambling enough. Mirotoshi Kido from Osaka University of Commerce confirmed there is a gambling problem in the country. The main culprit for the problem are the thousands of pachinko parlors all over Japan. He wants the country to do more...

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Bookie Ready for Bruins vs Blues in Stanley Cup Finals

The Stanley Cup finals will be the Bruins vs Blues. The two teams last played against each other for the NHL title in 1970. Many fans thought St. Louis will not make it this year because they had the worst record in the league on January 3. The Blues joined the NHL in 1967. Three years later, they appeared in their first and only Stanley Cup Finals. They faced the Boston Bruins led by legendary defenseman Bobby Orr. The Bruins won the series with a sweep. It was during the game four of the 1970 Bruins vs Blues series...

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Warriors Still Sports Betting Favorites to Take Series against Blazers

The Golden State Warriors showed why they were sports betting favorites in Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals. It was a must-win game for Portland but the Blazers failed to win despite a good first half. The Blazers can’t sustain their first-half performance. As a result, the Warriors overwhelmed them in the second half on the way to a 110-99 victory. Also, the Warriors only need to win one more game to advance to the NBA finals and make sports news headlines again. They will probably face The Milwaukee Bucks in the Finals. The Blazers tried to change...

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Bookie Talks about Warriors Vs Blazers Game 1

Despite not having Kevin Durant in their lineup, The Golden State Warriors got a convincing win over the Portland Trail Blazers. The Warriors vs Blazers Game 1 ended with a score of 116 to 94 in favor of the Warriors. The Blazers managed to stick to the Warriors most of the first half. However, Steph Curry scored two three-pointers in the dying minutes of the half to increase their lead to nine. At the start of the second half, they still had the momentum. As a result, they increased their lead to 17 points. Although the Blazers managed to...

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Pay Per Head News: Washington Wants a No-Play List for Gambling Addicts

Lawmakers in Washington want to increase the state’s efforts in addressing gambling addiction. They want to make sure there are resources available for gambling addicts. In fact, Governor Inslee signed a bill to help protect people suffering from gambling problems. Representative Shelly Kloba sponsored the bill that will allow the state to create a no-play list. It will allow problem gamblers to block themselves from any betting activities in the state. Kloba told gambling news outlets that it will start with the state lottery system and card rooms. According to the new law, the Washington State Gambling Commission will...

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Bookie News: UK Government Fails to Raise Gambling Addiction Fund

The UK government came under fire for its failure to support a mandatory levy on gambling companies. In fact, the gambling addiction fund can help treat people suffering from it. Labor deputy leader Tom Watson told industry reporters that the government is moving too slow on the issue. Also, his statement came after sports minister, Mims Davies, said that the current voluntary levy is doing its job. However, the Gambling Commission chair doesn’t share the same sentiments. The new debate on gambling addiction fund levy came after GVC, UK’s top gambling firm, announced its intentions of ending football shirt...

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Bookie Football News: AAF Files Bankruptcy 15 Days after Suspension

It is the end of the road for the Alliance of American Football. The AAF files bankruptcy 15 after it suspended its operations. In addition, the league claimed assets of $11 million with liabilities of $48 million. Also, the league had $536,000 in cash. The league suspended operations during the eighth week of its inaugural season. It failed to achieve its goal of becoming an alternative to the NFL. Some of the creditors who have claims secured by assets include Silicon Valley Bank, Aramark Sports, and MGM Resorts International. However, there are creditors with unsecured claims. They are Dean...

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Judge wants DOJ to Rule on NH Online Sportsbook and Lottery Case

A federal judge wants DOJ to rule on the case filed by the New Hampshire Lottery Commission. In fact, the state filed the lawsuit after the DOJ gave out its new opinion on the Wire Act. The Justice Department said it needed more time to find out if state lotteries are subject to the Wire Act. Also, the NH Lottery Commission told sportsbook software providers that it was concerned about the legality of online poker and sports betting across states. Federal Judge Paul Barbadoro gives the DOJ 14 days to think about the reach of the Wire Act. After the...

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