In his role as Chief Executive of the Remote Gambling Association, Clive Hawkswood has spent almost a decade and a half guiding the industry’s efforts to develop best practices, educate regulators and unify the voice of the remote sector.
Online bingo – what’s not to love? It has been growing rapidly in the past fifteen years, and it’s quite easy to see why. After all, it’s an incredibly fun experience, even if you’re not playing strictly for the winnings. If you are interested in the profits, you can still have a massive amount of fun while playing it. There is a vast range of bingo games, but the basic premise remains the same – matching the numbers on your card with the ones called by the game. With a gameplay that is easy to understand and a simple format, online bingo remains a fun and exciting game.
ICE London (5-7 February, ExCeL London, UK) is the key B2B event where gaming professionals will see the concepts and innovations that have the potential to change the way the industry does business, according to Clive Hawkswood, outgoing chief executive of the Remote Gambling Association (RGA), who will be attending next year’s show.
Mobile technology has touched nearly every area of our lives. Our smartphones and tablets are like our personal assistants. From remembering important dates to managing our health - smartphones and tablets have revolutionised our lives.
And the same goes for casino gaming. There's no need to chain yourself to a desktop PC anymore to enjoy some gambling fun. And this is all thanks to mobile casinos. But what factors make a good mobile casino? Let's take a look.
#1 Design is key
No matter where we live, gambling online can be something that appeals to us. Non English casino sites are always growing in number, with new casino sites being launched regularly. This is great for those in other nations that want to play top casino games, without leaving the comfort of their own home.
When you visit an online casino, you’ll find that there are many different options for payments. Each of these varies slightly and has their own pros and cons. Join us as we take a look at these…
These are the basic ways to pay, which have been around for decades now. You input your card details directly on the site and then they take the payment from your account, simple! However, in terms of security this isn’t always the best method for you to use. There’s no middle man protecting your details and they can be seen by the merchant directly.
A work in progress at both universities and in-house on property By: Robert Ambrose
My commentary this issue is about casino education both in academic institutions and on a casino property.
I have worked in both environments, as a casino operations executive and university instructor in the U.S. I will state that the topic of casino education is a work in progress in both academia as well as in most company in-house programs.