It’s official, on Monday; Pennsylvania’s Governor Tom Wolf signed the Gambling Expansion Bill turning it into law. Pennsylvania, the nation’s second largest commercial casino state will now people to bet in airports, at truck stops and even on the internet.
Last week, the gambling industry was in full gossip mode when the Pennsylvania House of Representative passed the gambling expansion bill known as HB 271.
Yesterday, Pennsylvania became the fourth state in the union to allow online gambling and going even further by allowing commercial casinos and its state lottery to be played online. Wolf was not in favor of expanding the gambling bill but saw it as a way to balance the deficit without having to increase state taxes.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 5, 2017
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The Philippines have in the last few years begun to offer and operate several gaming licenses and it is no surprise that some of these new companies have begun to shine in the gambling world.
The Philippines-based gaming company K8 Gaming just bolstered its UK-facing brands with EveryMatrix sports and casino content. With this agreement, EveryMatrix will provide its sports betting and casino solutions into all U.K.-facing K8 brands.
In addition, will also provide the required gaming infrastructure and meeting all technical requirements, this contract will also see EveryMatrix deliver the payments platform and affiliate solutions.
The merger of these two companies will create a near monopoly that will control 90 percent of Australia’s gambling revenue which is in excess of $5 billion. The combined market value of both companies is worth around $8.6 billion.
The decision was made with a unanimous consent by the board of director of both companies where they agreed to a script and cash deal giving Tabcorp control of the merged companies.
Shareholders of Tatts will receive 0.8 shares plus 42.5 cents for each of their share which will be at a 20 percent premium along with a $500 million share buyback once the merger is complete in 2017.
In the world of online gambling, they are two sides to every issue whenever they come up. Since the advent of online sports betting and casino gambling, they have been numerous gambling companies that have stolen players’ money and numerous players that have found ways to steal from gambling companies.
In the early 1990’s the majority of online sportsbooks were located offshore which made it difficult for a player to have any kind of arbitration in case of a dispute. In most cases, of a legitimate complaint from the player who encountered a bad sportsbook, he would lose his money and there was nothing he could do about it.
Thus rose the creation of online sportsbooks and casinos watch dogs. As time went by, the sportsbook watchdog industry took a dive as the advertising money started to flow and they became biased in settling disputes.
Now that Donald Trump is the President-elect and will be taking over the White House on January 20, 2017, many experts in the sports betting industry believe that there is a good chance Trump will be a big proponent of legalized sports betting.
According to R Street Institute which is a public policy think tank in D.C., Trump has a large history of gambling which could translate into his backing of legalized sports betting on a federal level.
As a supporter of gambling as seen by his many casino ventures, Trump is definitively not opposed to gambling as a business and this will be a way for him to improve the Trump economy era.