The "S.A." denotes that "J.M. Rubenia" is a private-stock based corporation. It's basically like saying "J.M. Rubenia, Inc."scrim67 said:It has the name of J.M. Rubenia S.A. on it as the benficiary.
Anyone know where he is?
I'd definitely agree with that. The people I have had the most contact with are those who are pushing for a formal regulatory body, not only in reference to internet gaming, but also to have tighter regulatory control for the local casinos (of which there are many). It is definitely needed, but at the same time, the sportsbooks are really among the wealthiest business in CR (the large ones anyway), and in a country that poor, money talks and can most definitely slow down the wheels of progress.jetset said:If they are serious about Internet gambling licensing those guys need to get their act together and put in place a meaningful regulatory framework instead of waffling about it as has been the case for the last several years. And issuing BS "business" licenses knowing that the gambling operations are passing them off as gambling licenses is pretty suspect in my eyes, too.
jetset said:BTW - again in my experience Antigua is not much use either.