Here are some of the top stories in mobile and online gaming that we’ve been monitoring in recent days.
According to the findings of a new published report by OddsWinner.com, the UK’s mobile betting industry grew by more than 100% in 2013. Although real-money mobile gaming platforms, casinos, and apps are growing in popularity and prevalence around the globe today, nowhere was the growth more pronounced than last year in the United Kingdom.
By the end of this decade, will online and mobile gambling be legal from sea to shining sea? That’s the latest estimate put forward this week in a controversial piece from Slate.
ThreatMetrix, a provider of context-based security and fraud prevention solutions, is jumping head-first into the online gaming market. And given the escalating industry threats and gamer concerns that continue to impede the growth of online and mobile casino gaming, the firm’s entrance comes at an opportune time.
Online poker players in the U.S. who once regularly played on the Full Title Poker platform received some good news in recent days. They’re finally getting their money back.
Last week, the states of Nevada and Delaware forged a groundbreaking interstate online gambling agreement. As two of just three states to have legalized online gambling to date, the governors of Nevada and Delaware have reached an agreement allowing residents in those states to play against one another inside of virtual poker rooms.