Gambling Licenses website consolidates industry position in 2004


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Jun 30, 1998

February 24, 2004

Gambling Licenses website consolidates industry position in 2004

Gambling Licenses, the most comprehensive information directory for interactive gambling licensing and jurisdictions on the internet, has just completed a major update of its website to better service the global gaming and betting markets.

Now in its fourth year of operation, offers the latest in online gambling licensing news and resources for gaming and betting operators, suppliers, regulators, investors and entrepeneurs.

After many months of intensive investigation and research, there is a significant amount of additional content that will be a welcome source of information to those who need to keep on top of the latest news in this area, said Judi Kelly from

Our feedback indicated that potential operators entering the internet gambling market could not easily find information to enable them to legally establish an online gaming operation. In addition, existing operators and those associated with the industry need to keep abreast of new products and the latest developments affecting the industry.

The free website has maintained the same sleek look and feel since its commencement in the year 2000, with simple navigation options to be able to easily find the latest regulations and laws and tax rates for some 74 internet gaming jurisdictions.

In addition, there are menu buttons with directories for internet gaming software and system suppliers, e-payment processing methods, trade shows and conferences, geo-location software, and a range of other relevant topics for the online gambling market.

Ms Kelly explained that there is also an option for customised research and advice through her consulting company KellyCom Gaming Consultants, which has been servicing the industry for almost 10 years.

Gambling Licenses is a unique and specialised resource in the highly competitive field of internet gambling. It is created for the industry rather than players, so there are no promotions for internet gaming sites or annoying pop-up banners. The site delivers content rich information, and is updated on a regular basis.

Visitors also have the option of signing up for an email newsletter, to keep up to date on the latest international news and reports affecting the internet gambling industry.

The new GamblingLicenses site can be found at, or for further information please contact Judi Kelly at