With 2022 now in the books and a fresh new year ahead of us, it’s a good time to take a look back and review our progress through the year. Especially for all of those who have only just learned of us in the past few months. So here’s a quick recap of GAMBL’s first […]
Perhaps the single largest improvement that GAMBL can make to the online gambling industry is in the area of payment processing. Currently it is very inefficient, costly for operators, a big hassle for users, and full of serious potential security issues. Our previous article highlighted some of the most recent issues in both the regulated […]
It’s the story that just keeps going and getting more absurd at each turn. A poker player notices $10,000 missing, posts about it, and many other poker players begin to chime in with similar stories which all occurred within the span of a few months. Within the next few weeks, sports betting accounts across many […]
This is perhaps the single most common question that people have when they first hear of GAMBL, and it’s deceptively simple. The average bettor is generally asking more along the lines of why is it even needed when we already have sites like DraftKings and FanDuel? While on the other hand we have the crypto […]
The September 2021 issue of Sports Illustrated was focused almost exclusively on online gambling and prominent announcements of their upcoming sportsbook.
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.
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.