- LOUIS, Mo., USA — The River City Group is pleased to announce its distribution of the newly published Chapman Law Review book, which contains some fresh scholarly work on gaming law, particularly as it relates to interactive gaming.
“We’re pleased to assist the Chapman University School of Law in distributing its gaming law volume of the Chapman Law Review,” said Sue Schneider, CEO of The River City Group. “This book is a great resource on I-gaming legal issues related to sports betting, debt collection, regulation, taxation and money laundering.”
Mark Schopper, Editor-in-Chief of the Law Review, added, “In our view, this fast growing segment of the gaming industry has a need for scholarly and innovative thinking. Accordingly, our goal for this publication is to provide a valuable legal resource for elected officials, judges, scholars, lawyers, business people and other decision makers interested in this subject.”
Toward that end, Chapman Law Review assembled a stellar body of established legal writers, including Tony Cabot, Joseph Kelly, Tom Bell, Cory Aronovitz and Frank Catania. In addition, two Chapman Law Review editors added comments on taxation and money laundering in examples of fresh thoughts and innovative perspectives.
The Chapman Law Review is an excellent adjunct to the newly released Internet Gambling Report V, which was published in May by The River City Group. This “must have” legal resource for the interactive gaming industry is a compilation of articles from over 33 internationally renowned authors who are experts in the industry.
IGW Releases Horse Betting Software
MIAMI — Global Entertainment Holdings/Equities, Inc. (OTCBB:GAMM; http://www.globalentertainmentinc.com) announced today that its subsidiary, Interactive Gaming & Wagering (IGW), has released versatile, new horse betting software. IGW rolled out a successful release to its client site located at http://www.betgameday.com earlier last month.
The horse betting market handle at North American tracks is estimated to be worth $20 billion. IGW’s new system enables gaming operators to accept bets from players on a non-pari-mutuel system. On average, online sportsbooks hold about 30% of the total handle, which represents a significant revenue opportunity for licensees of IGW software.
“Interactive Gaming & Wagering developed this software in response to market needs both externally and internally,” stated Bryan Abboud, President of IGW. “The online gaming market is witnessing a tremendous demand for horse wagering and our current licensees requested the opportunity to grow their business in this area.”
The IGW software system offers a myriad of Judi Slot Online betting options — from standard bets to Trifecta, Quinella, and Superfecta, which equates to more fun for players and increased revenue potential for operators. Currently there are no other non-pari-mutuel online horse betting systems that offer Pick 3 and Pick 6 wager types, which means IGW is first-to-market in this area.
The newly released horse betting software compliments IGW’s suite of online gaming software systems, which includes Java casino software and an online Sportsbook software that powers some of the industry’s most successful wagering sites. IGW …