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New York Senate Set to Pass Online Poker Bill for Third Straight Year

New York Senate Set to Pass Online Poker Bill for Third Straight Year

It’s déjà vu all over again in New York, where the state’s Senate Committee on Racing, Gaming, and Wagering voted 10-1 in favor of a bill legalizing and regulating online poker.

Senate Bill 3898 was forwarded on January 23 to the Senate Finance Committee for further review, where it’s expected to receive similar levels of support.

Last year, an identical bill was passed unanimously by Racing, Gaming, and Wagering, before a 28-9 vote moved it to the full Senate. The 2017 version of SB-3898 passed through the Senate by a 53-9 margin, marking the second consecutive year that online poker was authorized by one half of New York’s legislature.

But despite widespread support from the Republican-controlled Senate, the bill stalled out in the Democrat-dominated Assembly without ever receiving a vote.

State senator John Bonacic (R-42), the chief sponsor of SB-3898, spoke to his colleagues ahead of the committee vote to reiterate his justifications for legalizing online poker:

“There are many media reports that the [commercial] casinos aren’t meeting their revenue expectations.

This would be another tool in their toolbox to enhance revenues, if we allowed them to do it. This will be the third time that the Senate has passed this bill, and I know Assemblyman [Gary] Pretlow, who chairs the Racing and Wagering [Committee] in the Assembly, is supportive of the bill.

I know he will continue to use his best efforts to move it in the Assembly.”

For his part, assemblyman Pretlow (D-89) has promised to use his powerful position as chair of the Assembly Racing and Wagering Committee to champion SB-3898.

Even so, Pretlow has previously expressed personal reservations on the integrity of online gambling, going so far as to visit neighboring New Jersey to “study” the Garden State’s thriving iGaming industry in 2016. His hesitance to embrace the issue was widely cited as a factor in the first bill’s demise, but Pretlow reversed course last year after his fact-finding mission confirmed iGaming to be safe and secure.

In a recent interview with Online Poker Report, Pretlow laid the blame for last year’s inaction on women in the Assembly who he believes oppose gambling expansion in any form:

“It seems women are opposed to gambling or gaming, and it got a little heated.

There’s opposition to the legislation by a lot of female members of the Assembly, and the Speaker decided we should wait to get it straightened out. But now I know which ones to deal with and that’s what I’m going to do.

I’m going to redouble my efforts, as the expression goes.”

Assuming the Senate passes SB-3898 for the third time in as many years, Pretlow and his colleagues in the Assembly would reexamine A-5250, a version which essentially mimics Bonacic’s bill.

As he told Online Poker Report, Pretlow foresees several months of inaction while legislators address more pressing matters, including the state budget:

“It will probably end up being a June push again, unless there’s reasons for otherwise.

Right now we’re going into budget mode, and all February we’re lost in the budget. Then the middle of March we’ll be fighting over things, and on April 1 the budget is passed.

Then April, May and June is when all the work gets done.”

Pretlow also pointed out that New York has become increasingly isolated from a regional iGaming industry. Along with New Jersey, which recorded $ 245 million in iGaming revenue last year alone, Delaware also operates regulated online gambling. And following the passage of comprehensive gambling expansion last year, Pennsylvania is preparing to become the fourth state to establish an iGaming industry later this year.

As Pretlow frames the debate, New York can’t afford to fall further behind its regional neighbors:

“We’re surrounded by online gaming. I guess eventually we will come around.

It’s just like with marijuana. Many states are legalizing marijuana, and two years ago the governor was totally opposed.

But since we’re surrounded by Massachusetts, Vermont, New Jersey heading toward legalization and probably Pennsylvania, he’s going to rethink that. Times and situations do change.”

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Jumanji by NetEnt and Playboy Gold by Microgaming Highlight Latest Online Slot Releases

Jumanji by NetEnt and Playboy Gold by Microgaming Highlight Latest Online Slot Releases

Based on a pair of press releases issued last week, leading online slot designers are leaning toward branded content in 2018.

After reaching an agreement with Sony Pictures Consumer Products, iGaming software developer Net Entertainment (NetEnt) announced that the jungle hijinks of Jumanji would serve as the inspiration for a new virtual slot game.

NetEnt is set to debut its new Jumanji slot on February 6 at the upcoming ICE Totally Gaming expo in London.

The game will be based on the original “Jumanji” film, which was released in 1995 with the late Robin Williams in the lead role. The first Jumanji has since become a beloved family flick, and late last year “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” was released to rave reviews.

The latest incarnation of Jumanji – starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Kevin Hart, and Jack Black – became a surprise smash, garnering more than $ 676 million at the worldwide box office.

According to NetEnt’s chief product officer Henrik Fagerlund, nostalgia for the first film combined with the sequel’s rousing success prompted the company to seek a deal with Sony:

“The original Jumanji movie, which debuted in 1995, remains a moviegoer favorite and continues to demonstrate its cross-generational appeal more than 20 years later!

Also, with the recent release of the new film, the Jumanji brand is more popular than ever. We’re excited for the game launch in 2018.”

NetEnt isn’t new to licensing pop culture properties for its online slot library, with Planet of the Apes, Guns N’ Roses, and Motörhead among its more popular branded content titles.

Considering the astounding popularity of the latest Jumanji movie, Fagerlund was understandably proud of NetEnt’s ability to land top-tier licensing opportunities:

“Being able to secure a deal for another high-profile title showcases the moves we’re making in diversifying our roster of games.”

One of NetEnt’s chief competitors in the online slot space hopes to keep pace with an adult-oriented theme, as Microgaming also announced the upcoming launch of its Playboy Gold game.

Microgaming and Playboy have history together, as the iGaming software supplier previously partnered with the men’s magazine to create an online slot in 2013. Microgaming also developed a Playboy Live Dealer studio, which connects players at home with the magazine’s signature “bunnies” while the latter deal live table games.

Playboy Gold will be also be unveiled at the ICE Totally Gaming expo in London between February 6-8.

Valerie Golson – who serves as Playboy’s senior vice president of gaming and location based entertainment – issued a statement to hype the company’s latest flirtation with Microgaming:

“For decades, gaming has been one of the most popular and iconic parts of the Playboy Lifestyle.

From our successful Playboy Clubs and Casinos and land-based games to our VIP player events and our online gaming properties, Playboy’s unique and exciting take on the world of gaming have been some of the most successful in the industry.

We’re thrilled to be working with Microgaming to expand our partnership and introduce a new gaming experience for players around the world.”

The six-reel slot concept was developed in conjunction with Triple Edge Studios, the designer behind popular online slots such as Oink Country Love and 108 Heroes Multiplier Fortunes.

Microgaming games publisher David Reynolds commented on the company’s relationship with Playboy, along with Triple Edge Studios’ ongoing commitment to creating the Playboy Gold concept.

“To work with Playboy again has been a real pleasure.

They are one of the most recognised and popular consumer brands in the world and Triple Edge Studios has worked tirelessly to bring the brand to life in Playboy Gold.”

Playboy Gold will officially go live on the Microgaming network March 7.

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Region Legislature Direct Written request Recommending Department of justice to maintain Online gaming Constitutionality

Region Legislature Direct Written request Recommending Department of justice to maintain Online gaming Constitutionality

Members of the Congressional delegation from New Jersey wrote to the Department of Justice (DOJ) last week, advising the agency to uphold a current policy which legalizes online gambling on the federal level.

In a jointly written letter dated January 11, a group of 10 Senators and Representatives from the Garden State defended the right of individual states to run regulated iGaming industries.

The letter was signed by a bipartisan coalition of legislators, including U.S. Senators Bob Hernandez and Cory Booker (both Democrats), along with Representatives Frank LoBiondo (R-02), Leonard Lance (R-07), Tom MacArthur (R-03), Josh Gottheimer (D-05), Albio Sires (D-08), Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-12), Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-09) and Donald Payne, Jr. (D-10).

The lawmakers addressed their letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who was appointed in January of 2017 by President Donald Trump to serve as the DOJ’s second in command under Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

During his own Senate confirmation hearings, Sessions expressed willingness to revisit a 2011 ruling by the DOJ. That ruling reinterpreted the federal Wire Act of 1961, limiting its scope to online sports betting only – thus allowing individual states to legalize other forms of online gambling.

Sessions was forced to recuse himself from any DOJ rulings pertaining to online gambling based on those comments. As a result, Rosenstein has become the political point man for the controversial issue.

In the wake of the 2011 reversal, a lobbying effort led by Sheldon Adelson – the Las Vegas Sands casino mogul and billionaire donor to conservative causes – has been launched to “Restore America’s Wire Act (RAWA).”

In December, four Republican congressmen sent a letter to the DOJ supporting the RAWA movement. That missive followed a RAWA-favorable letter written by Senators Lindsey Graham (SC) and Dianne Feinstein (CA) last November.

The December letter sent to Rosenstein included several talking points criticizing online gambling, all of which have been proven to be erroneous through intrastate legalization:

“With the stroke of a pen, an unelected lawyer in an obscure office fundamentally changed our nation’s gambling policy – taking an activity previously confined to distinct, controlled, and monitored physical locations and permitting it to be offered 24/7 on mobile devices, laptops, tablets, and home computers.”

Internet gambling carries with it significant law enforcement implications, as the pervasive nature and anonymity of the internet makes it ripe for exploitation by criminals.”

The New Jersey delegation sought to counter the pro-RAWA messaging with their letter, which pointedly observed that online gambling bans have been proven to be ineffective:

“Placing a blanket prohibition for online gambling would be an antiquated approach to a 21st century issue, punishing states like New Jersey – which have invested in creating a safe and secure online gaming structure – while also permitting black market operators to put millions of Americans at risk.”

Following the DOJ’s reinterpretation of the Wire Act, New Jersey authorized brick and mortar casinos in Atlantic City to operate iGaming platforms – including online casinos, poker rooms, and slot parlors – in 2013. Per the most recent financial reports released by the New Jersey Department of Gaming Enforcement (NJDGE), the state’s iGaming industry generated record-breaking revenue of more than $ 245 million throughout 2017 – good for an increase of 24.9 percent year-on-year.

Lawmakers offered the proven economic contributions derived from legalized iGaming as justification to preserve the current DOJ interpretation of the Wire Act:

“This growth in revenue is in large part due to significant capital investments by the state in online gaming facilities, equipment, and technology that makes online gaming safe and secure.

New Jersey has some of the strictest online gaming regulation protocols in the world, featuring technologies which were developed or implemented for state-mandated requirements, including precise geolocation and regulatory monitoring of all operated platforms. Additionally, players are guaranteed that the online games in the state meet regulatory standards and requirements, thus ensuring that they are protected from cheating and fraud.”

Late last year, Pennsylvania became the fourth state to legalize online gambling. Several states, including New York, California, and Illinois, have explored similar measures in recent years.

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New York State Amends Law to Allow Charitable Raffle Tickets to Be Sold Online

New York State Amends Law to Allow Charitable Raffle Tickets to Be Sold Online

After a year spent hashing out the details of a plan allowing charitable groups to sell raffle tickets online, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed Senate Bill 4329 into law.

Also known as the Charitable Gaming Act, SB-4329 paves the way for churches, fire departments, schools, and other organizations to sell raffle tickets over the internet. In addition, the law removes restrictions which previously prevented charitable groups to accept debit and credit cards as payment.

In late 2016, Cuomo exercised his veto power to shoot down an earlier version of the bill, ruling that it violated the state’s constitutional ban on private gambling. Despite an overwhelming show of support, with the state Senate voting 59-3 in favor, and the House responding in kind with a 136-8 approval, Cuomo rejected the bill as written.

Cuomo’s objection stemmed from a provision which would’ve allowed New Yorkers residing in jurisdictions where gambling is still illegal to purchase tickets.

Following the Governor’s veto, lawmakers huddled to rework the Charitable Gaming Act, and by February of 2017, Cuomo appeared to have reversed course. In an official statement from the Governor’s office, Cuomo offered his support for the same sort of raffle ticket reforms he previously killed off:

“For too long, red tape and outdated laws on the books have inhibited the efforts of well-intentioned charities to raise crucial funds in support of their good work.

These reforms will modernize our laws, remove burdensome obstacles and allow non-profits to raise more funds from generous New Yorkers to support important causes that improve our communities, protect our environment and help save lives.”

Within days, a bipartisan trio of lawmakers came together to cosponsor a revived Charitable Gaming Act of 2017. The bill sailed through the Senate and the House in similar fashion to its predecessor, prompting Cuomo to sign it into law on December 18.

One of the bill’s cosponsors, state senator Joseph Griffo (R-47), issued a statement praising Cuomo for coming around on the issue:

“Allowing charitable organizations to accept raffle ticket purchases online or using debit and credit cards will allow fundraisers across the state to become even more successful in raising money on behalf of children, the elderly, the disabled and others in need.

This will in turn enhance their capability to support vital programs and services within the communities they serve.

I am pleased that the governor has signed this legislation that I co-sponsored and that he recognizes the importance of making it easier for charitable organizations to raise money by allowing raffle tickets to be purchased by a credit or debit card.”

The decision drew criticism from anti-gambling advocates like Stephen Shafer, chairman of the Coalition Against Gambling in New York. Speaking with The Buffalo News, Shafer offered a succinct outline of his organization’s opposition to online raffle ticket sales:

“It’s another effort to extend the reach of predatory gambling. It’s not an appropriate move.”

Among the organizations which stand to benefit from a modernized raffle industry is the Buffalo Sabres of the National Hockey League (NHL). Like many professional sports franchises, the Sabres maintain a foundation which runs 50/50 raffles during each home game, providing patrons with an opportunity to turn a few dollars into a significant windfall.

As the game’s title suggests, 50 percent of the total proceeds are paid out to the raffle winner, while the other 50 percent is contributed to local charitable causes.

Rich Jureller, who serves as president of the Buffalo Sabres Foundation, spoke to The Buffalo News about the new law’s potential impact:

“It’s really going to create a lot of opportunities for us and any charity that wants to use new technology and new rules we have.”

It should certainly help us sell more tickets. And I’d imagine someone with $ 5 in cash would want to spend $ 10 (online).”

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2018 WSOP Schedule Ups the Ante with Four Online Bracelet Events

2018 WSOP Schedule Ups the Ante with Four Online Bracelet Events

Online players will have four opportunities to bag a bracelet at the 2018 World Series of Poker (WSOP).

Per the official schedule for the 49th annual WSOP, which was released earlier this month, the summer series will run from May 29 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. Over the span of seven weeks, 78 tournaments will crown champions in various poker disciplines – including four played entirely online via – before the series concludes on July 17.

In a press release announcing the dates and details, WSOP tournament director Jack Effel commented on the schedule’s diversity:

“We feel very good about the multitude of offerings on the 2018 World Series of Poker schedule and look forward to welcoming everyone to the Rio in Las Vegas this summer.”

But while the bulk of the action will take place at the Rio, anybody in the state of Nevada can log on to to take their shot at poker immortality.

The first online bracelet event – a $ 1,000 No-Limit Hold’em (NLHE) tournament which attracted 905 entries – was held on in 2015. Touring pro Anthony Spinella took it down, earning $ 197,743, his first career bracelet, and a footnote in the WSOP history books.

The $ 1,000 NLHE online event returned to in 2016, drawing 1,247 entries to increase the field size by more than 37 percent.

And last summer, the WSOP tripled up by adding $ 333 and $ 3,333 buy-in NLHE online events. Each proved to be a hit among players, while the original $ 1,000 NLHE event grew once again to 1,312 entries.

In an interview with veteran poker reporter Eric Ramsey of Online Poker Report, WSOP head of online poker Bill Rini addressed the popularity of online bracelet events:

“We attribute a lot of that [growth] to increased awareness.

Obviously the WSOP at the Rio is the main attraction of the summer, but as players increasingly become familiar with the online offering, they are starting to view the online and offline as a more integrated schedule of events.”

For the 2018 edition, online action kicks off on Sunday, June 3 with Event #9: $ 365 NLHE.

The WSOP’s first non-Hold’em tournament to be played online – Event #47: $ 565 Pot-Limit Omaha Six-Handed – begins on Friday, June 22.

The following Friday, Event #61: $ 1,000 NLHE returns for the fourth time.

And one day later, the online component of the schedule is capped off by Event #63: $ 3,200 NLHE High-Roller.

All online bracelet events are scheduled as one-day tournaments, and players are offered unlimited reentries through the opening levels. And following last year’s model, the entire event will be played out online, rather than bringing the final table to the Rio as in 2015 and 2016.

For now, the fields will be limited to players who are physically located within the state of Nevada during tournament hours. But that could change if WSOP organizers can clear regulatory red tape between now and late May.

Back in October, Governor Brian Sandoval signed a long-awaited compact with his counterparts in New Jersey and Delaware. The three states agreed to share online poker player pools, a deal which will eventually permit players on the platform to compete against one another across state lines.

Speaking with Ramsey and Online Poker Report, Rini was reluctant to provide details on player sharing as it pertains to the WSOP:

“We fully anticipate NJ players being able to compete for WSOP bracelets.

It’s always been our desire to allow players to compete for WSOP bracelets on in any jurisdiction where it’s legal to do so. That’s why the interstate liquidity-sharing agreement is such a game changer.

Although it’s still too early to determine one way or another whether or not interstate shared liquidity will be available before the WSOP, we should be able to make an announcement in a couple of months.”

For now, players in the Garden State must settle for satellite events.

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Lottoland Online Lottery Exchange Launches World’s First Bitcoin Lotto Jackpot

Lottoland Online Lottery Exchange Launches World’s First Bitcoin Lotto Jackpot

Lottoland has taken the gambling world by storm over the last year, and the Gibraltar-based company has its sights set on the Bitcoin boom for 2018 and beyond.

In a press release issued on December 18, Lottoland announced the launch of what it calls the “world’s first officially licensed Bitcoin lotto jackpot.”

Beginning that same day, the Lottoland website began accepting wagers on its new Bitcoin Lotto, which was seeded with a jackpot of 1,000 BTC.

Lottoland’s founder and chief executive officer Nigel Birrell issued a statement celebrating the impending Bitcoin integration:

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Birrell mentioned a jackpot equivalent to over $ 20 million, but the cryptocurrency craze has seen Bitcoin’s value fluctuate wildly in recent weeks. At the current exchange rate, Lottoland’s jackpot would be worth USD$ 15,849,995 as of December 20.

The business model pioneered by Lottoland is based on allowing bettors access to international lottery draws. Because most state-supervised lottery programs prohibit foreign players from entering, Lottoland doesn’t sell actual lotto tickets. Instead, the site allows players to place wagers on the results of lotto draws like the U.S. Powerball, the EuroMillions, and Germany’s Lotto 6 aus 49.

When a winner matches their numbers to the numbers pulled in the actual draw, Lottoland pays out the corresponding jackpot on its own, using a €100 million (AUD $ 118 million) policy underwritten by Insurance-Linked Security.

Thus far, Lottoland has paid out more than $ 1.25 billion to winning players while serving 13 international markets, including Canada, Australia, and the U.K.

Lottoland’s newly launched Bitcoin Lotto relies on the Spanish lottery Sorteos de BonoLoto to produce its winning numbers. Sorteos de BonoLoto – operated by the Spanish government since 1988 – utilizes the standard “6 from 49” lotto system, in which players select six numbers from a set of 1-49 in hopes of matching all six to trigger the jackpot.

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The cost of a single entry in the Bitcoin lotto is set at £3, and the odds of matching all six numbers on a single ticket stand at 1 in 13,983,816.

That’s certainly a longshot, but as Lottoland makes clear in its FAQ section, players face odds up to 10 times worse when playing EuroMillions. And indeed, the odds of winning the Powerball jackpot stand at 1 in 292,201,338 – or more than 20 times worse than the Bitcoin lotto.

Players aren’t obligated to match all six numbers either, as Lottoland uses a tiered payout system to dispense supplementary prizes. Tier 1 is the primary 1,000 BTC jackpot for landing a six-number sweep, but matching five numbers correctly (1 in 55,492 odds) is good enough for the Tier 2 prize of 1 BTC.

From there, players matching two, three, or four numbers will receive standard prizes of £1, £5, and £50, respectively.

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