Posts Tagged ‘online gaming’

OUR VIEW: Online gaming in Mississippi a losing roll of the dice

by Published: May 17,2013

Tags: American Gaming Commission, online gaming

A Mississippi college freshman sits in his fraternity house room, locked into his laptop computer. It doesn’t matter which school. But what does matter is he has a credit card and Internet access. Only he knows, but he’s playing online poker from an illegal offshore site. Nationwide, casino gambling is growing. A recent report from […] [...]

Read May 10th digital edition of MBJ

In this week’s MBJ, read about the unease that has set in as Hal & Mal’s owner contemplates life under a new landlord. There is much more, including our coverage of the Southern Gaming Summit in Biloxi, and more … » Southern Pipe turns 75 » FC&E becomes national player in less than a decade […] [...]

Nevada takes legal gaming online; how far behind is Mississippi?

A Las Vegas firm this week became the first to launch legal online gaming in the United States, and it likely will have a major impact on casinos in Mississippi and nationwide. The move Tuesday by Ultimate Gaming to offer online poker – in Nevada only, for now – is the first since the federal […] [...]

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