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The Cold Never Bothered Caesars Casino Anyway

The Cold Never Bothered Caesars Casino Anyway 300x240 The Cold Never Bothered Caesars Casino AnywayYes, I just quoted a Frozen song so “Let it go.”

All joking aside, with New Jersey having legalized online gambling, Caesars is adding a new marketing campaign this month. Adweek explains that, “As the weather gets chillier, Caesars Casino wants to let New Jersey residents know they don’t have to leave their homes to try their luck: They can play online.”

When I say play online, I also don’t mean a handful of games either. According to the report in question, players “can play more than 120 games on the casino’s website.”

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Brazil May Still Be Several Years Away From Regulated Online Gambling

Brazil May Still Be Several Years Away From Regulated Online Gambling 300x225 Brazil May Still Be Several Years Away From Regulated Online GamblingIn the last few years, countless countries around the globe have implemented regulated online gambling. As many countries aim to claim their small share of this hot young industry, even nations that have opposed online gambling in the past are now taking it into consideration today.

Unfortunately, despite initial expectations to the contrary, Brazil will likely not being among the next to green light online gambling.

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Infographic: The Hard Sell for Online Gambling in the U.S.

 Infographic: The Hard Sell for Online Gambling in the U.S.If the fate of online gambling lies in numbers — revenue figures and projections that will encourage or discourage lawmakers from legalizing online gambling nationally or state by state — lobbyists for online gambling may want to forward the following infographic to their nearest lawmaker.

LatestCasinoBonuses.com‘s new visual makes a compelling case for legalizing online gambling by exploring the benefits of gambling in the 48 states where the activity is permissible. Check it out below.

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Big Money Follows Social Casinos Phenomenon

Big Money Follows Social Casinos Phenomenon 300x195 Big Money Follows Social Casinos PhenomenonThe social casino industry in the United States alone will top $2.7 billion in revenue this year.

That’s the estimate put forward this week by Eilers Research gaming analyst Adam Krejcik. Howard Stutz of the Las Vegas Review Journal cites a number of key developments and partnerships in the social gaming arena which give credence to these latest projections.

Station Casinos, for example, recently partnered with the myVegas social gaming platform.

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An Online Gambling Projection That Should Get Mobile Marketers Excited

An Online Gambling Projection That Should Get Mobile Marketers Excited 268x300 An Online Gambling Projection That Should Get Mobile Marketers ExcitedWith mobile marketing spend representing an increasingly larger share of all marketing dollars spent within most industries, the latest projections with regard to the online gambling market in the U.S. should be viewed very favorably.

Morgan Stanley is out with a new projection noting that the online gambling market might soar to $5.2 billion by the end of the decade.

That could represent a huge opportunity for casinos and gaming platforms to utilize the mobile channel to market to players where they will soon do more of their wagering — on smartphones and tablets.

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NCSL Opposes Adelson’s Quest for Outlawing Online Gambling

NCSL Opposes Adelson’s Quest for Outlawing Online Gambling NCSL Opposes Adelson’s Quest for Outlawing Online GamblingOne year ago, there were three. And today, the same three remain – New Jersey, Delaware, and Nevada.

Although these states have already been established as lawful participants in the online gambling market, efforts are still being made to reverse any gains online gambling has made in the U.S. in recent years.

In August, the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) took a formal stance urging the federal government to continue to allow states to regulate their own gambling.

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Skrill Seen Among the Simplest Solutions for Online Gambling Deposit Obstacles

Skrill Seen Among the Simplest Solutions for Online Gambling Deposit Obstacles 300x193 Skrill Seen Among the Simplest Solutions for Online Gambling Deposit ObstaclesAs strange as it may sound, some of the largest roadblocks online casinos and online gamblers face in the US are credit cards and financial institutions — most of which still refuse to process gambling deposits.

So what is a leading alternative when this obstacle is encountered? Perhaps the simplest solution that many are turning to is Skrill.

Skrill is an online wallet that operates in a manner similar to that of PayPal. By depositing online gambling funds through Skrill, banks and financial institutions will not know where a gambler’s money is going other than that it is going directly to Skrill to be spent on any type of electronic purchase consumers utilize Skrill to pay for.

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Here’s What Happened This Week in mGaming

Here’s What Happened This Week in mGaming8 300x167 Here’s What Happened This Week in mGamingHere are some of the top stories in mobile and online gaming that we’ve been monitoring in recent days.

One of the requirements of legalized and regulated online gambling is that online casinos must be connected with a brick and mortar casino. However, there is a bit of a loophole. Trump Plaza in New Jersey is — following rampant speculation and expectations – closing its doors, but their London based online partner Betfair will be allowed to continue to operate until the Trump Plaza license is revoked.

Cobalt Data Centers are already a well-respected name for many Las Vegas casino’s non-game related mobile apps. Since they have already cultivated a relationship with some of the biggest names on the strip, Cobalt decided to obtain licensing to offer gambling apps within Las Vegas.

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Here’s What Happened This Week in mGaming

Here’s What Happened This Week in mGaming6 Here’s What Happened This Week in mGamingHere are some of the top stories in mobile and online gaming that we’ve been monitoring in recent days.

Ahhhhh! California! Surf…sand…and poker? So, California is one of the next states trying to get online poker legalized. Compatiblepoker.com interviewed Mitch Garber, President and CEO of Caesars Acquisition Company. “Garber was asked about his predictions regarding the progress of legislation next year, and the bottom line is that he is very optimistic that we should be seeing online poker in the Golden State by 2015.”

In July, New Jersey raised its revenue back up to the $10mm mark. In Onlinepokerreport.com, Chris Grove notes that, according to the figures released from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, “The state’s regulated poker rooms and casino sites generated total revenue of $10.07mm during July.” That’s definitely up from the $9.5mm made in June.

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New Jersey Online Gambling Profits are Moving on Up

New Jersey Online Gambling Profits are Moving on Up 300x200 New Jersey Online Gambling Profits are Moving on UpLook out folks, New Jersey is going up! On the next floor we have gambling revenue from online poker and online gambling, please watch your step while exiting the elevator!

In July, New Jersey raised its revenue back up to the $10mm mark. In Onlinepokerreport.com, Chris Grove notes that, according to the figures released from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, “The state’s regulated poker rooms and casino sites generated total revenue of $10.07mm during July.” That’s definitely up from the $9.5mm made in June.

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