Online Gambling in US, South Africa, UK

Published April 1, 2008 by OCR Editor

Online Gambling in US, South Africa, UK

The week's headline gambling news, including the ban on online gambling in the US and its opposition, a move towards regulation in South Africa, and positive signs from the UK.

The Weekly Edition, an OCR Live! production in which Kate brings you the headlines for the past week, a tour around the world that starts in the United States, continues through South Africa, and ends close to home in the UK.

Gambling Backers on the Hill Count 47
The count continues climbing. Congressman Tim Bishop (D.-NY) is IGREA's 47th backer on Capitol Hill.

South Africa to Welcome Online Gambling
Online gambling is currently illegal in South Africa, but this may change soon. The bill to legalize casinos moves through the channels.

CryptoLogic Leads Gambling Growth
Internet gambling software provider CryptoLogic shows the industry how it's done, with yet another growth in income in the fourth quarter.

See also

Online Gambling in South Africa Looks Unlikely

Why NETELLER is a Leading Online Payment Method

Internet Gambling Conference in Paris?

2008 Year in Online Gambling


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