UK Gambling Guide

American Idol Sports Betting

April 29th, 2010

People who enjoy online gambling tend to think that the only online gambling is when sports fans place a wager on a game, or poker players take to online tournaments, which could not be further from the truth. (more…)

The Founder of Intabill arrested

April 23rd, 2010

Daniel Tzvetkoff the founder of intabill arrested in Las Vegas on Friday now faces numerous charges such as bank fraud, money laundering and illegal processing of gaming transactions on the Internet. (more…)

A New Study For Online Gambling Jobs‏

April 21st, 2010

The Washington DC publication The Hill reports this week that a British research study found that legalized online gambling in the USA could create 32 000 new jobs and $57.5 billion in new tax revenue over five years and lead to an estimated $94 billion in new economic activity (more…)

Governments To Consider Online Gaming

April 17th, 2010

In order to provide a much needed boost to tax revenues, governments around the world may consider easing up on current online gaming restrictions, according to a new KPMG report: Is it a Gamble or a Sure Bet?’ (more…)

Online Gambling Approved in France

April 13th, 2010

Just in time for the world cup it looks like the government of France will be legalizing online gambling. The parliament has just passed a new bill, 299 votes to 223, that makes it legal for the locals to place wagers on the World Cup over the Internet. (more…)

Online Gambling Ring Arrested

April 13th, 2010

New York Police Department’s organized crime division arrested dozens in alleged $178.000,000 online gambling ring. Bookies and Agents, suspected money collectors were arrested Arizona, Florida, Louisiana, Nevada, and New York. (more…)

American Man Arrested For Illegal Gambling Site

April 6th, 2010

An America a man from Spokane Valley , Washington was arrested for allegations of operating a website that players world wide was allowed to place bets on the outcome of NASCAR races. David Watkins allegedly operated and charged players $90 to pick a team of eight drivers with half of this amount used to pay any winners. The Spokane-Review Newspaper reported that gambling officials ...