What the Gambling Report Tells You

Published December 6, 2007 by OCR Editor

What the Gambling Report Tells You

Another year and another report released by Clarion Gaming tells us - operators, technology personnel and end users - all we need to know about the state of iGaming.

The tenth Internet Gambling Report (IGR) was published this week and is now available. This end of year tradition is composed by industry analysts and serves the community with business and legal information.

Forty one authors and analysts write up a review of the various aspects of online gambling. The Report, from Clarion Gaming, was founded by gaming lawyer Anthony Cabot and is edited by Mark Balestra.

The Report serves as a legal guide, a business report and a periodical report for all involved in the industry, from site owners and operators, through technology specialists and all the way to the gamblers themselves.

The IGR offers commentary and analysis on the past year's hottest stories including the positive approach by the UK government in regulating the industry; the US ban, contested by Antigua in the WTO court; inter-state conflicts and developments within Europe; and the greater reach across Asia and the rest of the world.

Other topics include the intellectual property issues and the industry's solutions to age verification, 25 chapters in total. The IGR is a 661 pages long standard for the state of gambling on the web.

See also

How to Check the Legality of Online Gambling

US Poker Players Guide To Retrieving Funds

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