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  • The Gaming World feat Scott Yeates April 25, 2012 QuadJacks Network

    The Gaming World feat Scott Yeates April 25, 2012 QuadJacks Network

    28/04/2012

    The day after the news that Pokerstars might be buying Full Tilt Poker Marco sits down with Scott Yeates aka @VIPScottY former Pokerstars employee to talk about the inner workings of stars and what might be in store for American poker players. full report coming soon. Right click save as to download Subscribe in a reader Subscribe to QuadJacks » The Gaming World by Email

  • If New Jersey sportsbetting and online gaming ever come to pass, you can thank this man: iMEGA chief Joe Brennan Jr.

    If New Jersey sportsbetting and online gaming ever come to pass, you can thank this man: iMEGA chief Joe Brennan Jr.

    11/04/2012

    Gaming policy overlord Joe Brennan Jr skips goose hunts and talking points in favor of actually getting things done.   While New Jersey lawmakers like state Senator Ray Lesniak and Governor Chris Christie are getting all the credit in the local, national and even international press, D.C.-based lobbyist Joe Brennan Jr. is widely recognized by the industry’s cognoscenti as the indispensable choreographer of the state’s happy march toward unprecedented gambling liberty. Right click save as to download Subscribe in a reader Subscribe to QuadJacks » The Gaming World by Email Brennan is the director of IMEGA (Interactive Media Entertainment and Gaming Association), a “professional association dedicated to fostering cooperation between the online gaming industry and government at all levels, and to promote innovation, openness and freedom on the Internet.” Brennan’s first and, for a year, only appearance on QuadJacks Poker Radio had memorably been in May 2011, just a few weeks after Black Friday. After a very

  • How Mark Balestra and iGNA are advancing online gaming in the U.S.

    How Mark Balestra and iGNA are advancing online gaming in the U.S.

    28/03/2012

    After co-founding iGaming North America in 2011, BolaVerde Media Group director Mark Balestra plays an important role in uniting and educating the industry. In 2011, a team of representatives from four different companies – Steven Rittvo (The Innovation Group), Tony Cabot (Lewis and Roca LLP), Sue Schneider (eGamingBrokerage) and Mark Balestra (BolaVerde Media Group) joined forces to organize the inaugural iGaming North America conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. Right click save as to download Subscribe in a reader Subscribe to QuadJacks » The Gaming World by Email   Over a +15 year long career in interactive gaming, Mark Balestra had been a longtime collaborator of Sue Schneider at the River City Group, a publisher with Clarion Gaming, and an advisor to numerous conferences including the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) and the Global Interactive Gaming Summit and Expo (GIGSE). With iGaming North America, however, Balestra and his colleagues were trying to create a unique foundation. “We had it in our heads

  • Frank Fahrenkopf Jr. Speaks to QuadJacks and the Online Poker Community

    Frank Fahrenkopf Jr. Speaks to QuadJacks and the Online Poker Community

    21/03/2012

    Head of the most powerful gaming industry lobby explains the view from Capitol Hill and the American Gaming Association’s vision for federal online poker legislation. AGA President Frank Fahrenkopf Jr. talking to QuadJacks from his office in Washington D.C. In 1995, in response to a proposed tax increase for casino revenue nationwide, the imperiled operators opted to momentarily put competition aside and band together to form the American Gaming Association and defend their interests. Its founder, Frank Fahrenkopf Jr., a seasoned gaming attorney who had also been Republican National Committee chairman for most of the 1980′s, volunteered to serve as the CEO of the trade organization for a period of one year. In 2012, he is entering his 17th consecutive year. The AGA’s position on online gaming, which for years has mirrored the one taken by most of the casino industry, has gone from one of explicit disapproval (“The AGA is opposed to all forms of Internet gaming because we do not believe the t

  • The Gaming World feat Sue Schneider | QuadJacks Poker Radio Network Wednesday February 29 2012

    The Gaming World feat Sue Schneider | QuadJacks Poker Radio Network Wednesday February 29 2012

    14/03/2012

    Today semi-retired, Sue Schneider continues to keep herself active in the gambling industry, but even if she wished to retire completely, she would still be leaving behind an impressive legacy. Ms. Schneider has been a witness to the online gaming industry since it first began entering the Internet in the early 90’s. She worked with numerous gaming consultants and ran a number of industry media outlets, until she helped found egamingbrokerage.com. She is also involved with the organization of the iGNA conference (iGaming North America), the second event of which is happening this month. Appearing on QuadJacks Poker Radio for the first time, Ms. Schneider provides a professional overview of the gaming industry, from the way she lived it throughout the year to what she sees it has become today, and finally, how she expects it to develop in the future, especially at such a historic time in the United States due to the Wire Act’s reinterpretation and the advent of online gaming. She also explains the history and

  • The Gaming World feat Richard Bloch | QuadJacks Poker Radio Network Tuesday February 28 2012

    The Gaming World feat Richard Bloch | QuadJacks Poker Radio Network Tuesday February 28 2012

    14/03/2012

    If you’re in America, chances are you’ve heard of Betfair but not actually bet on there. In Europe, Australia and other regions, however, Betfair’s popularity and presence as the largest Internet betting exchange in the world is prominent. The company’s success has much to do with its unique and original business model, but the brand is all the stronger thanks to its clever publicity campaigns. Richard Bloch is the head of international PR for Betfair, and in this interview, he tells Marco – and any other oblivious American who will listen – more about Betfair, the company he has represented since 2008. Speaking on behalf of Betfair, Richard explains how the company began and how it got to where it is today. Of particular interest is Betfair’s current outlook on the future of the American market and how the company plans to get involved in it. Richard also shares some interesting tips on social media, and how it can be specifically used in the gambling industry for max effect. The two men end up getting along