Recent news reported this week on the VOCM regional radio station, which is located in Newfoundland, Canada, involved a report on increasing political concerns being directed toward an online lottery and iBingo site that is operated by the Atlantic Lottery Corporation which has been approved by the four provincial governments. The site functions through the Alc .
The concern expressed through Opposition leader Lorraine Michael is for the site’s promotion of online gambling and for the level of online gambling offered through the . She contrasted this with a reduction of VLT’s by the provincial government and its current promoting of responsible gambling and its concurrent permitting of the ALC to offer online gambling, an example being iBingo.
She summed all this up as reflecting the counter-productive efforts of the government and went on to express her concern for the fact that that an insufficient investigative effort has been in existence regarding the impact and ultimate affect of the site and the public, and she queried whether or not a proper and full risk assessment had been carried out regard the site’s activities.
This is very professional looking in its appearance and it makes available a variety of lottery and bingo themed interactive games. These gaming opportunities may be downloaded from their site through software powered by bodog casino. There is a standard across the board charge of $3 for each game downloaded and played online. Among the games being offered are Texas Hold’em Poker, Gong, Mini-Golf, Eldorado and Memento in addition to a variety of lottery applications as well as bingo.
Problem with New Zealand Slot Machine Turns a Win of Millions Into Hundreds
For a woman from New Zealand, Christmas arrived early this year, or so she thought. When this woman was playing a land slot in Dunedin, New Zealand, for a moment it showed a $A 36 million jackpot hit. She soon found out that the slot machine she was playing on was faulty and that she had only really won $A 420. Quite a difference.
The player who is an Otago mental health worker named Verna Brown, is reported as saying that for a brief, wonderful moment she thought she was a multi-millionairess. This followed her putting the sum $A 11.75 (NZ$ 14) into the poker slot machine located at the Law Courts Hotel in Dunedin on New Zealand’s South Island. At the same time however, there was a malfunction light flashing on the machine but rather than calling in the receivers, the hotel decided to call a technician.
As far as Brown was concerned she had won close to $A36 million ($NZ42million) – and even had to deal with a joking marriage proposal from one of the other players.
She told the Otago Daily Times that she went up to the bar and said that she had won $42 million, at which point the bar lady thought that she had had a few too many.
One of the hotel’s owners Eric Olsen said that when he saw what had happened he imagined that he would have to sell the place to pay it off and mortgage himself for the next 200 years.
Two and a half weeks later, after the faulty parts had been sent back to the Japanese manufacturer, the now unlucky Verna was told the truth, she had not received the instant fortune she thought she had.
She says however, that she does not need the millions and is happy with her $A420 ($NZ500).