Links: Casinos and Gambling
A collection of resources on the topics of casinos and gambling, and on land based and online casinos where card games are played.
Note. Gambling can be dangerously addictive. You can find information and advice on our Responsible Gambling page.
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LeoVegas was founded in 2012 by Swedish entrepreneurs and casino specialists Robin Ramm-Ericson & Gustaf Hagman. They offer a wide range of online casino games, slots and sports betting, specialising in the rapidly growing mobile gaming market.
casinos.co was founded in late 2014 to publish comprehensive information on online gambling for the Canadian market, including news and numerous reviews of casinos and slots.
London-based Red Horse Advertising Ltd. set up CasinoBonusCa.com in December 2017 to provide details of online casino bonuses available to Canadian players.
Land based casinos
A worldwide directory of land based casinos is available at Casinos Avenue.
The Atlantic City Hotels site provides information on casinos in Atlantic City, USA with hotel information and booking facilities.
The Guide to UK Casinos provides useful listings of land based casinos in the UK.
LasVegasAdvisor.com - information and advice on visiting Las Vegas from Anthony Curtis, the renowned professional blackjack player and owner of Huntington Press, a publication house specialising in gambling related material.
The Online United States Casinos site has published a comprehensive survey of Blackjack tables in Las Vegas.
LasVegas.me provides a directory of casinos, hotels and shows in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
The International Association of Gaming Regulators promotes international cooperation in the advancement of fair gambling regulation.
Casino Life is a magazine distributed free to owners, operators and managers of European casinos and gaming equipment manufacturers, providing news and reviews of casinos and gaming equipment, and covering a range of service, security, legal and marketing issues.
eCOGRA ("eCommerce and Online Gaming Regulation and Assurance") has set itself up as an independent standards authority for the online gaming industry, specifically overseeing fair gaming, player protection and responsible operator conduct.
IBAS - the Independent Betting Adjudication Service - is easily the biggest Alternative Dispute Resolution service in the gaming industry, dealing with both online and offline disputes.
Complaints can also be addressed to the relevant regulatory bodies: