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Poker Will Be First to Break US Regulatory Barrier, G2E Panel Predicts

15 November 2007
A high-powered keynote panel at the 2007 Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas agreed that Internet gambling should be regulated in the United States, and that poker would very likely be the first to break the regulatory barrier. The panel, moderated by American Gaming Association Chairman Frank Fahrenkopf, ... (read more)

Editorial: From the Belly of the Beast

26 October 2007
As a U.S. citizen and policy junkie, I love to lobby Congress and have done so on a variety of issues for over 30 years. In a past life as a social service administrator, it was about children's' issues, and as a "river rat" on the Mississippi, I’ve lobbied on issues related to that. But since 1997, I've often trekked to Washington, D.C., on the issue of Internet gambling regulation. ... (read more)

US Poker Players Descend on DC

24 October 2007
More than 100 poker players and advocates attended the first Poker Players Alliance (PPA) "Fly-In" in Washington, D.C., this week, including professionals Chris Moneymaker, Vanessa Rousso, Victor Ramdin and Howard Lederer. PPA Chairman Alphonse D’Amato rallied the troops saying that while progress is ... (read more)

Editorial: Another One Bites the Dust

23 October 2007
IGN has been watching the lurching movement toward a regulatory scheme for online gaming in South Africa since the summer of 1999. Rosy reports early on alleged that the country could be a regulatory hub for what, at that time, could “capture a $1 billion dollar export market.” We watched its progress over ... (read more)

From the Publisher: Join the PPA in Washington

25 September 2007
Dear IGN Readers: We'll soon reach the one-year anniversary of the enactment of the Unlawful Internet Gaming Enforcement Act in the U.S. Congress. Clearly, the legislation has dealt a serious blow to the industry. However, there are signs that the landscape is shifting, with no less than four bills ... (read more)

Editorial: A Collective Deep Breath is in Order

19 September 2006
If you're involved with the Internet gambling industry, please sit down, close your eyes and take a deep breath. The industry has been in for a wild ride since mid July when a series of actions on both the policy and law enforcement fronts in the United States rocked our world. With the recent actions in ... (read more)

Poker Night

30 March 2005
In many families and communities around the world, a friendly poker game is not an unusual activity. It's a time to enjoy each other's company in a competitive environment and maybe even make a little money--if folks have opted to play for real money--or gain bragging rights if they're sticking with chips as ... (read more)

PartyGaming - Where West Meets East

10 March 2005
Those who follow the media interest in PartyGaming (formerly iGlobalMedia) will have observed the amount of attention recently focused on founder Ruth Parasol. Apparently, escaping the limelight though is the company's co-founder, Anurag Dikshit, Parasol's long-term business partner and PartyGaming’s operations director and largest shareholder. ... (read more)

Post-Election Thoughts

3 November 2004
Votes are cast, results are in and the lawsuit challenges seem to be minimal at this point. Now that we know what the political voice of Americans said on Nov. 2, what does it mean for the I-gaming industry? Dan Walsh with Greenberg Traurig has long monitored the political machinations of Washington as lobbyist for the Interactive Gaming Council. ... (read more)

Internet Gaming: The Full Story

30 November 1996
Gaming attorney, Tony Cabot of Lionel Sawyer & Collins, has been a busy guy. And he's finally ready to share what he's learned about internet gaming with the readers of IGN. We had the opportunity to preview his newly-released Internet Gaming Report and think you'll find it quite interesting. Whether ... (read more)

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