Best Canada Casinos Online - February 2015 News Archive

This section lists news stories added here to Best Canada Casinos Online on February 2015.

BestCanadaCasinosOnline - News Archive - February / 2015

NHL Remains Firm on C-290 Stance Added: February 23, 2015

If you recall, a few weeks ago we talked about the letter that Brian Masse, an MP from Windsor, wrote to NHL commissioner Gary Bettman, urging him to change his stance about Bill C-290, which would legalize single-event sports betting in Canada. This letter went on the attack, citing the NHL's involvement in a marketing partnership with Draft Kings, which is a one-day fantasy sports site, as well as its consideration of Las Vegas as a potential expansion city, as evidence that it will cuddle up with sports gambling interests when it is convenient. And Masse called the league "hypocritical" in its approach.

Borgata-Atlantic City Tries Skill-Based Gambling Event Added: February 16, 2015

The casinos in Atlantic City are suffering, and badly. So as part of a new overall initiative, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement has approved a new way of doing things that will result in one of the more unusual gaming events of the year. And maybe it is something for which Canadian gaming regulators, as well as legislators, will sit up and take notice.

Canadian-Based Fantasy Site Had "Super" Ideas Added: February 9, 2015

Montreal native Mark Tadros is not just another guy who is looking to capitalize on the daily fantasy sports trend. But unlike his competitors, he wasn't looking to go in the familiar direction when it came to advertising his site, He set his sights on something big - in fact, about as big as it can possibly get.

Super Bowl Action Arouses More Talk of C-290 Added: February 2, 2015

With the Super Bowl being played, it has once again served as grist for the mill when it comes to the subject of sports betting in Canada, and the restrictions that have been placed on the industry. Those who are wishing and hoping for Bill C-290 to be voted on sometimes soon are using one of the world's biggest betting events to make their case that the country needs legislation that would allow for single-event wagering, as a way of bolstering the government-supported operations that aspire to offer gaming product to the public.