iGaming: The Headlines You May Have Missed

iGaming The Headlines You May Have Missed 300x168 iGaming: The Headlines You May Have MissedHere are some of the top stories in mobile and online gaming that our sister site mGamingWatch has been monitoring in recent days.

For generations, casino games and entertainment icons have gone hand-in-hand. The same is now true in the digital age of real money gambling.

mGamingWatch learned this week that Foxwoods Resort Casino has appointed Franco Pilli to the position of Senior Vice President of Player Development and Casino Marketing.

It’s no secret that Atlantic City’s gaming community has struggled for some time. But the struggle in question may become exceedingly apparent before the end of 2014, when several of the city’s 12 casinos could disappear.

With Nevada being the leader of the pack when it comes to brick and mortar casinos, some worried that legalizing online gambling in the state would not generate substantial revenues because locals would rather venture to Las Vegas casinos instead of gaming remotely or from the comfort of their own homes. However, now that the latest online poker numbers are in (for May 2014), it is clear that online gambling is proving to be quite substantial.

When surfing the Internet, we all expect a certain level of anonymity. While we all know that our IP address can be recorded, as well as data gathered from web browsers, we all expect to have much of our personal information protected. In fact, there are many laws in place designed specifically for online consumer privacy. However, online gambling is changing internet privacy once and for all.

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