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"An indispensable reference tool."
-David G. Schwartz
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University of Nevada Las Vegas
"A real treasure trove of valuable information."
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"The Bible of our industry."
"No one in the Internet gambling business should be without this invaluable guide."
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Casino City's Internet Gambling Report offers a thorough historical review of the legal and political climate for Internet gambling throughout the world from the online gaming industry's top legal experts.
The Internet Gambling Report was the definitive legal resource on Internet gambling from its first edition in 1997 to its final edition in 2010. Authored by the world's top legal experts in the field of online gambling, this comprehensive, authoritative guide offered a thorough review of the legal and political climate for Internet gambling throughout the world. Free access to this historical guide to the Internet gambling industry is provided to all iGamingDirectory.com subscribers.
The Internet Gambling Report covers a number of important legal, social, technological, and business issues related to electronic interactive gambling, including:
- International law surrounding online gambling
- EU policy, processes and cross-border challenges
- Jurisdiction reviews of Europe, including the U.K., Italy, Spain, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Germany, France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Isle of Man, Alderney and Malta
- Reviews of North American jurisdictions including the United States, Canada and Mexico
- The legal situations in South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and Latin America
- And policy and regulatory challenges including the challenges for Internet Gambling, privacy and IP considerations, data sharing, prohibitory and regulatory challenges and the industry's evolving playing field
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Anthony Cabot, Founding Editor
Anthony N. Cabot is a well-known International gaming attorney. He practiced gaming law for 37 years and was a former chair of the gaming law practice and executive committee member at Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP before joining the University of Nevada-Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law as the first Distinguished Fellow in Gaming Law in March 2018.
He is a prolific author on gaming law. Besides numerous law journal articles, he was the founding editor of The Internet Gambling Report. Cabot is the Editor in Chief of the Journal of Gambling and Commercial Gaming Research (JGCGR), (2013-present), Co-editor of the Gaming Law Review (1999-2005) and editorial board (1996-2005, 2017-present), a member of the editorial board of the Gaming Research & Review Journal, UNLV International Gaming Institute (1996-present), and a member of the editorial board of the International Gambling Studies, (1999-2004).
Mark Balestra, Editor
Mark Balestra was the vice president of publishing for the River City Group and the editor of Interactive Gaming News. Balestra began researching and covering the I-gaming industry as the editor of Rolling Good Times Online and went on to play an instrumental role in establishing IGN as a premier industry publication. In addition to his work with IGN, Balestra oversaw the company's industry research projects and publications. Balestra has spoken at industry trade shows, and his articles have been published by several print and electronic publications. He also authored "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Online Gambling."