MySpace CoFounder Hops All In With Facebook Gaming App RocketFrog

I still remember a couple of hundred years ago setting up my first MySpace account and immediately seeing that someone had befriended me. For those 8 or 10 people out there who have never created an account with the company who got the whole social networking ball rolling, as soon as you sign up on MySpace, you receive an instant notification that MySpace netizen and co-founder Tom Anderson has friended you. But with “only” 33 million members and an Alexa rating of 157, the heyday of the company has definitely come and gone. However, that doesn’t mean that Anderson, a frequent online poker player, is any less savvy when it comes to spotting potentially profitable paydays and online marketing trends.

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A Facebook Full House – Social Gaming to Become Social Gambling

Would you rather shovel manure in Farmville, or play Texas Hold ‘Em live with your friends around the globe in a game like Zynga Poker? Evidently, you are not alone. Recently, farm-based games at social media sites like Facebook gave up their number one popularity spot for online casino and poker games. Facebook games like DoubleDown Casino have absolutely exploded in popularity, and have opened the door for Facebook friends and frequent flyers of other social networking sites to enjoy legalized real money gambling from home as soon as states in America pass regulated online gaming laws.

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American Gaming Association Report Shows US Online Gambling on the Rise

On Wednesday, May 9, the American Gaming Association (AGA) made available their annual “State of the Union” report concerning commercial gaming and gambling in the United States. While much of the report didn’t offer any earth-shattering news, one section of the report revealed interesting data that was collected through surveys the AGA conducted both on and off-line this year and last. Those surveys were conducted in the hopes of shining some light on exactly what types of gaming Americans enjoyed during 2011 as opposed to 2010.

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Steve Wynn and Social Gamer Zynga Talk Possible Partnership

Brick and mortar casino giant Steve Wynn got involved in developing casinos at just the right time, and has profited wildly from helping Las Vegas reemerge in the 90’s as the top global gambling destination. Though Steve Wynn may be a dedicated vegan, he and his company executives have recently been talking turkey with social game developer Zynga about some possible business relationships online in the future. Obviously Wynn Resorts is looking for access to Zynga’s massive, global customer base, which includes more than 230 million monthly users who actively play their social media games in more than 160 countries.

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