Online Casino News November 2011 in Review
The month of November was a busy one in the online casino industry. In addition to breaking news, we have published many articles that are sure to help affiliates earn more money and better their chance of success in the future.
Barney Frank Steps Down, But His Online Gambling Legacy Lives On
Barney Frank has announced his retirement from Congress. As one of the biggest backers of legalizing online gambling in the United States, this is a huge hit for an industry that is looking for any political help it can get. Read the full article here
Full Tilt Poker SOLD For $80,000,000: Update
After months of negotiations, Full Tilt Poker has finally been sold to the French Investment firm Groupe Bernard Tapie. What does this mean for the future of the FTP brand? Read the full article here
Microgaming And Ladbrokes Taking On Spain and Denmark
Microgaming and Ladbrokes have formed a partnership which will allow them to take on the markets in Spain and Denmark. Look for for changes from these companies starting as early as January 2012. Read the full article here
Binary Options: Why It’s Time To Cash In
Are you tired of promoting the same affiliate offers, day in and day out? If so, binary options may be what you are looking for. Affiliates have the opportunity to get involved with this industry before it becomes saturated. Read the full article here
Mitt Romney On Online Poker
Is Mitt Romney going to be the next president of the United States? Maybe, maybe not. As a gambling affiliate you should learn more about his stance on online poker. This may change the way you vote! Read the full article here
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