As the weather gets chillier, Caesars Casino wants to let New Jersey residents know they don't have to leave their homes to try their luck: They can play online.
This week, Lacoste unveiled the swipe-able polo shirt of the future, kids bemoaned Hurricane Sandy's effects on seaside amusement parks, and ESPN celebrated one of the world's great sports rivalries—in supremely colorful language.
As if some folks haven’t found Facebook addictive enough, its users in the United Kingdom can now gamble. The U.K. is the first country to get offered real-money gaming on the social site.
Bad news for all the hot women of the Ukraine and Poland: Your vaginas are going to need proximity alarms when England's soccer team comes to town.
British butter lover John Lydon apparently is no longer the only Sex Pistol willing to cash in the last shreds of the band's cultural credibility. Now, the entire band has […]
If Nike set the bar for flashy spectacle ahead of this month's World Cup, then Bet-at-home.com has done the same for stupid humor. The online gambling company has had three […]
Ads from U.K. bookmaker Paddy Power are usually mildly amusing in a stupid way, and this "blind soccer match" with all the players wearing sleep masks is no exception. It […]
WongDoody takes a noir-ish, Twilight Zone approach in its new ads for Full Tilt Poker. The first, an oddball spot called "Assassins," tries to show that the site's pros are […]
This humorous ad for an Australian online sports-betting site sure knows its audience. "If you love sports, betting on things and the Internet…" Yes, God, that's me! Let me race […]
"Playing is fun if you don't push it too far. … Excesses can ruin everything, even the most innocent and safe games." That's the message of this weird campaign from […]