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OnlineCasino.net Covers Online Gambling News and Gambling Law Updates

ORLANDO, FL -- (Marketwire) -- 12/13/12 -- Highly regarded for in-depth casino reviews and a comprehensive internet casino gambling guide, OnlineCasino.net, aka OCNet, has revealed that its already popular blog will now be covering online gambling news and gambling law updates.

With increased traffic flow now coming from gaming industry professionals, OnlineCasino.net is stepping up to meet the increasing demand for timely and unbiased news updates. The opportunity for internet gambling profits has created buzz in the world of social gaming as seen with the recent entry to the UK market by Facebook, FB. On the regulatory front -- especially in the United States -- there are considerably more "newsworthy" events taking place in the online gambling industry today.

According to OCNet's Director of Content, Vick Marieno, "Unfortunately, many of the Web news outlets covering the online gambling industry are solely used as promotional vehicles for sending traffic to affiliated gambling companies. Much of the so-called news being published today essentially amounts to the same things said in different ways over and over again."

"At OCNet, our main goal has been to educate players. This has primarily come in the form of game-specific betting tips and advice on where to find the best real money casino games on the internet such as craps, poker and blackjack. Now that players are getting smarter and asking more questions (we're evidently doing our job!), as well as the fact that the online gambling industry is growing by leaps and bounds, we're stepping up our own publishing operations to keep up with the times."

A good example is the recent post on the OCNet blog that pertains to the acquisition of Technical Systems Testing by Gaming Labs International. A story that has not been covered anywhere else as of yet, OCNet's article highlights how there is a discrepancy in how the TST certification logo is still being used and shares advice for players on how to tell if an online casino has been certified for RNG fairness.

It's informative and helpful news like this which Marieno says OnlineCasino.net will continue to share as its publishing arm reports on gambling law updates and the state of the online gambling industry at large.

About OnlineCasino.net:

OnlineCasino.net has been providing gambling tips and strategies since 1997. The site reviews online casinos and rates them against strict industry standards to help new players and professional gamblers make safe and secure choices about where to play. Gaming advice for casino games like slots, blackjack and video are readily available to help players learn how to minimize risk.

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