Aspinalls is offering players yet another great online casino destination. One of the U.K.’s most trusted names in wagering has just launched The Sporting Casino.
This new-look casino offers all your favorite casino games right in the middle of 12 of the world’s most popular sports. Play Blackjack on the golf course, enjoy the Sumo slots, try Keno Soccer, and shoot craps on an ice hockey rink.
All new players at The Sporting Casino will receive a 100% bonus; deposit $50 and receive another $50. Be sure to check out this new casino designed especially for sports lovers.
Vegas Villa is rewarding players with $10 in free money, no purchase necessary. There is also a 30% bonus on your first purchase, up to a maximum of $300. Purchase $100 and you’ll get $40 free; purchase $1,000 and you’ll get $310 free.
Vegas Villa offers all of the great Jackpot Madness progressive jackpots like Treasure Nile, SupaJax, and Cash Splash. The Treasure Nile jackpot is currently sitting at $40,000 and SupaJax is just about to go through $30,000.
The casino accepts FirePay, PayPal, ACH, and is licensed by the Kahnawake Gaming Commission. All payouts are reviewed by PriceWaterhouse Coopers.
CasinoSur has a $25 bonus for deposits of $50 or more at the casino, and a $25 refer-a-friend bonus for every new player you recommend.
Players can take advantage of all the Toto SGP Jackpot Mania progressive jackpots at CasinoSur, including the Rags to Riches and Triple Olives slots, and Caribbean Poker. The Rags to Riches jackpot is about to break $120,000 and Caribbean Poker is at a whopping $143,000 right now.
CasinoSur has 34 games to choose from, and has been operating a land-based casino in Argentina since 1993.
Goodlatte Testifies about Anti-Gambling Bill
Rep. Bob Goodlatte on Thursday told the House Judiciary subcommittee on crime that his revised gambling bill was designed to succeed where earlier efforts had failed.
The new piece of legislation, titled H.R. 3215, reaffirms states’ control over their own lotteries, in addition to taking a hands-off approach to Indian gaming and the horse racing industry.
The bill is tied in to Rep. Jim Leach’s bill (H.R. 556) – which was approved last month – that would prohibit persons or organizations engaged in ‘illegal Internet gambling’ from accepting credit card, check, or debit card payments.
Financial institutions such as banks and credit card companies would be responsible for monitoring and blocking transactions at illegal gaming sites.
Goodlatte’s bill also gives law enforcement agencies the power to move against groups that enable Internet gambling.
Critics and opponents of the bill have suggested that while the legislation is a step in the right direction, it is unlikely to have any real effect on the offshore companies that operate the majority of online gambling sites.
Online gambling advocates, most notably Frank Catania, former director of the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, continue to suggest that the U.S. government regulate the industry rather than prohibit it.
They also cited the financial benefits of legalizing and regulating online casinos within the U.S.