GPWA Times Magazine Issue 24 at a Glance

Articles
Sports betting leads growth within online gambling in the U.K.
"In-play betting" and mobile betting are driving the bulk of the growth in the sportsbook sector. »

Breaking into bingo: The essential affiliate guide
The bingo market differs from other online gaming markets, but it has a lot of potential for cultivating loyal, frequent players. »

Can mobile and social save online poker?
Two Amaya execs discuss a range of current events in the online gaming industry. »

The future of the poker ecology -- what affiliates have to say
Balancing the "fish" and the "sharks" in a poker community can be difficult -- and has proven itself a highly controversial issue. »

We have a "situation" here
PokerStars' application to purchase the Atlantic Club Casino in New Jersey in the wake of its DOJ indictment on Black Friday has sparked some heated debate. »

Split Testing
Split testing a simple experimental method that affiliates can use to test out marketing ideas. »
Affiliate Interviews
Harry discusses free bet comparisons, what he looks for in an affiliate program, and the importance of never giving up. »

Jimmy talks about the effect of increased information access on the sports betting scene, New Jersey's fight to regulates sports betting the role of big events in drawing traffic. »

Leopold talks about the roulette industry in Germany, the factual inaccuracies of "Run Lola Run" and his beef with 888. »

Chris discusses the importance of trust, his background as an Internet consultant and why January is the best month for sportsbook affiliates. »
Affiliate Manager Interviews

BET-AT.EU offers customizable bonuses for players. »


Cherry Affiliates is associated with the massive Scandinavian company Cherry, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary. »
Webmaster News
Christie signs New Jersey online gambling bill
The governor signed the bill just 19 days after vetoing an earlier version. The signed bill incorporates several regulatory measures that Gov. Christie had insisted upon. »
DOJ appoints administrator to return Full Tilt funds to U.S. players
Garden City Group will serve as Claims Administrator to refund the players who held balances with Full Tilt Poker when the DOJ seized the company. »
PHOTO GALLERY
APCW Wall of Shame
Caesars has come out swinging against PokerStars's application to buy the Atlantic Club Casino -- but also tried to sell the online poker company the Rio. »