Here are some of the top stories in mGaming that we’ve been monitoring in recent days.
The American Gaming Association used the recent platform provided by a U.S. Senate hearing to reaffirm the need for online poker regulations at the federal level. The AGA is also in favor of bolstering laws governing online casino games.
The media often reports of our vulnerability to cyber-attacks and the increased threat they now represent. However, as the International Business Times reports, for most gambling companies, the threats have become an ordinary part of doing business.
On Tuesday, the Las Vegas Review Journal reported that U.S. Representative Dina Titus (NV-D) is pushing for a House of Representatives committee to hold a hearing on the current state-by-state expansion of online gambling.
According to Poker News Daily, Paddy Power is readying the first real money sports betting Facebook app. Power In-Play! is in beta and will continue to be when it launches in the UK within the next couple of weeks.
PokerNews has just launched Learn.PokerNews.com to help poker newbies get acclimated to the game. The creators of the platform confess to being excited “to bestow the tools on our readers and how to play poker with wisdom and style.”