Betfred to sponsor boxing via BoxNation

Betfred, based out of the U.K and a supplier of online betting games, has now chosen to sponsor boxing with BoxNation. BoxNation is a boxing T.V station that offers live boxing events. This sponsorship deal will cover two separate boxing events during the summer.

The first event was held on the 20th of June under the Enemy Lines card. It was help at Wembley and saw boxes Malik Scott fighting Dereck Chisora. The next schedule event will be on the 17th of August and will pit Sergey Kovalev against Nathan Cleverley. This event will be held at the Cardiff Motorpoint Arena located in Wales.

Fred Done, the founder of Betfred stated “The Cardiff and Wembley events will allow us to help showcase the best of British boxing. Dereck Chisora is one of those boxers who is controversial and makes for thrilling boxing matches as he is at the top of his game. We at Betfred are looking forward to what the night will hold as the action begins”

State of Delaware wants online gaming live by year end

The State of Delaware and its Gaming division are hoping to see its internet gambling initiatives go live by September of this year. They also hope to have interstate gambling going live with other states like Nevada who also adopted recent laws to legalize online poker.

It was Vernon Kirk, the Director of state lottery in Delaware who made the announcement regarding internet betting. It was Delaware who became the first state to take the position of legalizing online betting in order to generate additional revenue. They had the foresight of understanding that this is something that would not go away and that it was better to have regulations in place and capitalize on internet betting versus miss the obvious opportunities it presents to the state’s coffers.

This was a proactive move to avoid the risk of dealing with other states in a competitive nature and the loss of that revenue. It also was seen as a positive move for its residence and will allow them the appropriate choices when it relates to gambling.

Rational Entertainment pays off Kentucky

The internet giant Full Tilt Poker and PokerStars both just settled a lawsuit with Kentucky, a state in the United States of America. The two Online Poker Providers had to reward Kentucky with six million dollars for the lawsuit.

This case is now seven years old and the lawsuit started way back when Kentucky lawyers tried to take the domains of PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker. This case caused Kentucky a lot of trouble and bad press because the state had no legal ground what so ever to do this. Kentucky tried to argue that these two professional Poker Rooms were doing illegal business but this just wasn’t the case. In the end Full Tilt Poker and PokerStars lost.

The state of Kentucky has now joined the federal government in another set of several lawsuits. These lawsuits will most likely be in favor for the poker rooms. USA Citizens love to gamble and even if the government says you can’t do something you still will. In the long run the USA will lose against online gambling, you could never stop something as big as online gambling.

The Governor of Kentucky went on to say that he will use the lawsuit money in order to help the citizens of Kentucky on a rainy day.

Bony dispels rumors

Swansea City has made an agreement with Eredivisie side Vitesse that will see Wilfried Bony be transferred over for the summer reports Sky Sports. The 24 year old striker has often been linked to other clubs in the U.K such as Newcastle and Arsenal.

Bony achieved thirty-seven goals in thirty six appearances with Eredivisie side Vitesse last year. This is impressive numbers that has generated much interest in his skills and capabilities. It is also rumored that the move will not be temporary but one that is a permanent move. This being stated by his agent who was quoted as saying “Wilfried Bony shall be going to Swansea. For how many years he will join the club have yet to be determined”

It is also reported that the club will be paying upwards to €12 million a season for the player making it one of the largest on its payroll. Once all details have been agreed to and sorted out it is expected that Bony will be the leading attacker for the club next season.