E-Games Anyone?
This e-magazine provides information about e-games.

Global eGambling Data Service
The most detailed and authoritative assessment of the value and player volume of the interactive gambling industry published every quarter with nearly 30,000 data points dating back to 1999 (with over 50 national by product splits from 2003) and forecasts out to 2015.

Interactive Gaming Council (IGC)
The IGC, a not-for-profit organization, was founded in 1996 in the US, relocating to Vancouver, Canada, incorporating there in March 2000. The organization was established to provide a forum for interested parties to address issues and advance common interests in the global interactive gaming industry, to establish fair and responsible trade guidelines and practices that enhance consumer confidence in interactive gaming products and services, and to serve as the industry’s public policy advocate and information clearinghouse. The IGC does what it has set out to do, and more.

Journal of Gambling Issues
This journal provides articles examining the impacts of gambling on individuals and society as a whole. Several articles on e-gambling can be found within the issues and links contained on this site.

This section provides an overview of those countries that offer betting licenses or permits to operate to online bookmakers. Although the internet has been at the forefront of the “globalization” process and online gambling exists in one form or another in over 90 sovereign nations worldwide, a common regulatory framework or uniform regulation in international betting laws does not seem like a realistic prospect at present time.

Nevada: The first eGambling licenses to be distributed on February 2012
The President of the Nevada Gaming Control Board, Mark Lipparelli, revealed during a conference focused on legislation of gambling market and online poker in the United States that operators who wish to get an eGaming license should present their applications from February 2012.

The International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR) website
The International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR) is an organization of gaming regulators from around the world who communicate on a continuing basis about matters of common interest and convene annually at a formal meeting.

The Losers (and Winners)!
This article discusses winners and losers of the e-gaming industry.

Gambling News: London Affiliate Conference (LAC) 2010 Event Summary (02/07/10).

YouTube Video – Part 1- eGambling
From a series produced for CNYs “Prevention Network”. These short videos tell stories of individuals whose lives were tragically affected by gambling.