After the release of the iPad 2 last week, one site has taken it upon themselves to educate the masses on how to best use the device to gamble online.
The latest incarnation of Apple’s piece de resistance has reportedly seen sales of anything between 500,000 and 1 million in their first week, and that’s before Europe gets the chance to gorge over another of Steve Jobs’ products.
Those that want to gamble, and know the best way to do it, now have a choice. Either go it alone or let GamblingNerd.com introduce you to their iPad Compatibility Guide for Online Gamblers.
It identifies that while Apple doesn’t actually offer apps in their store there are a plethora out there for gamblers to use and Gambling Nerd have taken it upon themselves to identify the best.
The guide focuses on all mediums of gambling including casinos, bingo, poker, blackjack, roulette, and sports betting.
It’s a very comprehensive guide but you can’t help think bettors are likely to stick with the companies they known and therefore not need a guide. There are a lot of lazy people in the world though and this will be perfect for them.
The guide can be found at this link.
Elsewhere, sportsbook technology provider Offsidegaming has a B2B deal in Latin America with Tristar International.
It’s the company’s second such deal after a similar one was struck with Argentinean licensed operator Elygra last year. As part of the deal, Tristar will set up localized versions of Offsidegaming’s Bet9.com brand and moving ever further into one of the fastest growing markets is a sign of intent on the part of Offsidegaming.