APCW Wall of Shame: The Australian Senate
As the mythical city of Atlantis sank as a result of its hubris, so too does Australia sink to the bottom of the online gambling ocean, never to be seen again. . .
Topic: Regulation

Defining and identifying emerging markets in the iGaming sector used to be relatively simple. But over the last five years, the concept of an up-and-coming market has taken on different connotations for different parts of the iGaming supply chain.

If the iGaming industry hopes to thrive moving forward, operators need to start providing hard data regarding player complaints and financials.
Topics: Other | Regulation

APCW Wall of Shame: U.K. Parliament
Remember when, back in the day, you lived in fear of your mother discovering your internet browsing history?

After being inserted at the last minute into an unrelated port security bill, the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) was signed into law on 13 October 2006. In addition to closing down U.S. online gaming sites upon its enactment, federal prosecutors used the UIGEA as a criminal prosecution strategy against operators who continued to offer online gaming in the U.S.

APCW Hall of Fame: The State of New York
Despite all the commotion and controversy Attorney General Eric Schneiderman created after he announced that DraftKings and FanDuel were illegal, New York redeemed itself by passing a bill that regulated and legalized daily fantasy sports.

APCW Hall of Fame: Previous APCW Hall of Fame inductees
These past inductees have taken great pains to strengthen the gaming industry, earning them a spot in the coveted Hall of Fame.