Here we go again in the continuing saga, by Feds. They are now turning to websites like Facebooking for possible online betting violations. They seem to be looking for anything, anywhere.
This time the march Madness office pools on social networks caught their attention! An FBI spokesman stated “There could be a violation if there is a payout and if the operators take a cut!” Geezzz what is next??
Earlier this year CBSSports made is easier for Facebook users to become involved in betting pools for the NCAA division 1 Men’s Basketball Tournament.
In February CBSSports unveiled an application that allows Facebook users to fill out brackets for the tournament and compare their picks with their friends on the site.
Leslie Anne Wade of CBS stated.” Promoting online gambling was not our intent with the application, and that these are issues that are going to require new thought processes and new answers, and that CBS will look into it.”
Casino content provider, Pragmatic Play, has partnered with Pin Projekt to make all of its slot content available under the WWin operator's brand. The sports betting brand will see its online casino based on the Pragmatic collection, including the newest game Christmas Carol Megaways, the Wolf Gold and Deluxe series. In addition, the deal will also provide WWin customers with access to a suite of player engagement tools that are designed to increase customer attention.
One of the leading technology suppliers to the regulated iGaming sector, SBTech, has expanded its platform offering by adding innovative live dealer betting games provided by BetGames.TV.
The extensive portfolio by BetGames.TV that will be available on the operator’s site includes card games such as Speedy 7 and War of Bets. Players will also have the option to place bets on baccarat, poker, dice games, and a variety of lottery draws taking place every five minutes.
The Global iGaming industry is very large and very profitable. All around the world, people are betting on sports events, horse races, and enjoying casino games or interactive video slots.
The industry seems unstoppable, but exactly what is driving this growth and how will it all look like in the future?
Now, a new market report by Zion Market Research answers these questions and reveals some surprising statistics about the industry and the factors at play in its growth.