Sports betting in Vegas on the Rise, says two time world champion handicapper Jeff Allen


14 October 2013

LAS VEGAS, Nevada — (PRESS RELEASE) — With media pundits across every channel declaring we are still in a recession, here in Las Vegas it appears that the sports handicapping community is thriving. The biggest NFL handicapping contest called the LVH SuperContest had over a 1000 entrants this year up from a record number from last year of 745 with each entry costing $1500. Week 1 of the NFL season brought in a record amount of sports betting action, alongside record profits for the sports books.


Bingo Legacy continues online success

23 September 2013

(PRESS RELEASE) — The dating of bingo with the modern computer technology started in 1996 with the launch of the Bingo Zone. Games were free to advertisers taking care of all the expenses. The players had to give their geographic location for the advertisers to promote the games. They started with the 75 and 90 ball bingo with real cash prizes. As expected it became an instant hit and this led to more bingo operators showing interest. The major drawback was the software downloading took away a lot of space in the computers.