Wow, what a week and it’s still not over…at least not for our team here at CS Report. As you’ve probably noticed our CSR Weekly Report of online gambling news, reviews and previews is wrapped up inside a brand new package as we launched the new redesign earlier this week.
It has been a long haul working with our team behind the scenes to come up with a design and implement some important features that will benefit our gambling community.
We still have lots to work on, but for now the look of the site is fresh, content filled and a definite work in progress which is well kinda the way we like it!
Besides if we were complete then there would be no updates or exciting things to tell you guys about…which brings me to some status updates. The forums, unfortunately we don’t have an exact time that this will be back up as the special features we have planned are taking a lot more work than we expected.
This now brings me to the Groups, we are working on this as well, but since they tie into the forums, well those will get started soon too!
The good news, you can sign up and still become active in the community. Rate, review and comment, in fact we encourage it! After all it is important to have your voice attached to the content here at CS Report. The facts we pass along regarding where to gamble safely online to other players should be as informative and detailed as much as possible!
One last tout about the site and I will get to some other news from the past week. We are working to get rewards for member interaction on the site so please come back often to be social with other players because, well, it will be worth your while to receive some great cash prizes, exclusive bonuses and FREE STUFF!
This week in online gambling news, Cantor Gaming Director, Mike Colbert was arrested in an illegal sportsbetting ring while the European Commission (EC) shared a communication plan entitled, “Towards a comprehensive European framework on online gambling” outlining the actions in which its seeking to bring a better understanding throughout the EU in regards to online gambling.
Zynga finally came out and revealed that the Social gaming giant signed a partnership agreement with bwin.party digital entertainment to launch real-money poker and casino offerings for the UK market.
Also, online poker became one step closer as Fertitta Interactive/Ultimate Gaming hoped to launch real money poker in Nevada by the end of the year with their offering of Ultimate poker along with Boyd Gaming and Golden Nugget.
And in other online poker news, Full Tilt former team player Phil Ivey was denied payment in the Crockfords Casino in London, after suspicion of collusion.
Our Bigshot Shoutouts this week are plentiful, All Slots online casino handed out some cash to two lucky players, Timothy P won $10,922 on Cash Splash, Jocelyn D. had quite the “Ladies Nite” playing the popular slots of the same name and walked away with $11,632. Over at Royal Vegas, Zamal K was the big winner with over $65k in winnings and Charmaine A was the big Progressive Slot winner, she played and won US$ 60,667 playing the popular Tunzamunnia.
Our latest review this week comes from the inventive and fresh online casino, Red Flush. This innovative newly approved casino powered by Microgaming is top notch all the way around with special attention to customer service and creative online casino promotions. Read our full review about Red Flush and be sure to leave your mark as well if you have prior experience with this approved operator.
And to wrap up this weeks edition I’m gonna leave you with Perspective’s Weekly latest as “J Todd discusses Full Tilt’s decision not to pay former affiliates and recaps big online gaming news from William Hill and Churchill Downs.”
One last thing before I sign off, if you guys are looking around and utilizing the site, which we highly recommend, if you see any bugs we would really appreciate a call to details so we can fix and address any issues.
Have an amazing week and remember to Play Smart from the start and read the terms and conditions as they do apply!
Reported by Maggie B.