Argentinean Province of Buenos Aires Legalizes Online Gambling

Governor María Eugenia Vidal has signed a decree to legalize multiple forms of online gambling in Argentina’s Buenos Aires province. The new law will legalize online casino games, horse racing betting, sports betting and poker with international operators allowed to apply for one of seven licenses that will be made available.

The Law of Small Numbers in Sports Betting

One of the many means by which bookmakers make a profit is punter error. Following the law of small numbers is one of the most glaring of these errors, yet most bettors either don’t know what it means or don’t give it a second thought.

188Bet Cites “Commercial Decision” for Abrupt UK Exit

UK and Irish punters were left feeling frustrated after online betting site 188Bet.com suddenly announced its exit from the British gambling market. 188Bet has so far given no reason for the abrupt exit beyond it being “a commercial decision in a very competitive market.”

888 Purchase of BetBright Triggers Angry Reactions

Not everyone is thrilled about the recent acquisition of Irish sports betting operator BetBright by 888 Holdings in a £15 million deal. Customers have expressed no small amount of outrage after learning the BetBright customer base and unsettled liabilities on wagers are not a part of the deal with 888.com.

Dutch Senate Approves Online Gambling

The Dutch Senate has approved online gambling. The Remote Gambling Bill, which has spent the last three-plus years sitting in legal limbo amid a wider effort to do something about betting dating back even further, cleared a major hurdle last week and is finally set to become the law of the land.

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