Major casinos have been working diligently in recent years to establish a presence in the Gulf region and it appears to be showing some positive results.
What started as just a fun way to broadcast games to friends or teach others how to improve has grown into something much more. Now there are streamers sponsored by poker sites, poker software providers, and various others inside and outside of the industry.
Even after referring to themselves as “The People’s Exchange” in many marketing efforts, a BETDAQ employee has provided confirmation to the growing number of user complaints that they are banning people simply for winning a bit too often.
In covering the unequal treatment of users and other misconducts and inefficiencies in the traditional gambling industry, it is becoming more and more common to see these issues used by gambling harm advocates or those seeking outright gambling bans.
The past few years have seen a large number of mergers and acquisitions which include some very high profile ones between existing giants in the industry like Eldorado/Caesars, Flutter/Stars…
Government and regulatory officials are trying their best to control the fallout from the collapse of Football Index. An excerpt from The Athletic shows a message that is crafted quite carefully…
This first of two articles looks at one side of the equation when it comes to how specific users are treated by traditional networks, maximizing user losses.
Although a small operator, the CasinoFair situation should serve as a stark warning to others looking to build atop a general-purpose base layer.