Month: March 2019

West Virginia Lottery Interactive Wagering Act Becomes Law

Thanks to inaction by Governor Jim Justice of West Virginia, the state as officially moved to legalize online gambling and online poker in the state. As a result, West Virginia will now be joining New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Nevada, and Delaware to be the fifth state in the United States to legalize online gambling. Now, the West Virginia Lottery which serves as the state’s gaming regulator will have until June 2020 to finalize the online gaming regulations which implies that West Virginians might be able to enjoy legal online gambling before the end of next year. However, 2021 seems to...

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All-In Diversity Project Partners with Canada’s Responsible Gambling Council

Canada’s All-In Diversity Project has recently announced that it will be collaborating with The Responsible Gambling Council of Canada, an organization that is considered to be one of the leading authorities on the prevention of problem gambling in the world. It will now also be the very first Canadian organization to partner with the All-In Diversity Project. Most recently the All-In Diversity Project teamed up with Malta Gaming Authority making it the second global online gaming operator to pull off such a move. Both the gaming regulator and the diversity project have a shared vision which is to bring...

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Are You A Regular Gambler? Maybe Crypto Isn’t for You

The thought of crypto and blockchain in the gambling industry has been entertained for a very long time following the digital currency and online gaming boom of recent years. A number of gaming operators have been exploring ways of taking advantage of the potential of cryptocurrencies and blockchain while the crypto community hopes that the gambling industry will provide a platform of sorts that will help to drive it to mainstream adoption. However, this is not the only the two are related? According to Researchers at the Center for Gambling Studies at Rutgers University-New Brunswick’s School of Social Work,...

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