The jamtronica juggernauts of Lotus have just announced a handful of dates around Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve of this year. The group will play two shows the weekend following Thanksgiving with performances at House of Blues in Cleveland, Ohio, on Friday, November 24th, and at Royal Oak Music Theatre in Royal Oak, Michigan, on Saturday, November 25th. Then to close out 2017 in style, the Philadelphia-based group has laid out a three-night run across the East Coast. The run will kick off in Baltimore, Maryland, on December 29th at Ram’s Head Live!, followed by a performance at Buffalo Riverworks in Buffalo, New York, on December 30th. For New Year’s Eve, the group will be posted up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, for a special show at Stage AE. Tickets for these five new Lotus dates are on sale now for fan pre-sale via Ticketweb.[Photo: Phierce Photo]
match-fixing pssi Joko-Driyono Hendro Indonesia gatot-dewobroto Youth-Sports-Ministry Topics : Linkedin Log in with your social account Facebook Google LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Forgot Password ? The National Police’s antimatch-fixing task force plans to target suspected gamblers from abroad for their role in manipulating local sports matches, law enforcement experts have said, raising concerns that the move could be counterproductive.on Tuesday. “So, we can’t expect much in terms of [police] cooperation if we decide to go after match-fixers from abroad. We need to tread carefully.”The Jakarta Post“One solid fact is that even though gambling is considered a crime here, it may not be in other countries,” Insp. Gen. (ret) Benny Mamoto, a police expert from the University of Indonesia (UI), toldEven if these suspects were brought to Indonesia and found guilty, they would likely be given a small sentence, he said. The maximum punishment for gambling here is four years’ imprisonment.Benny suggested that the National Police build a…
L-R: Connie Stevens, Executive Director; Tony Wood, Town of Osgood; Tim Frederick, Board PresidentOSGOOD, Ind. — Tony Wood, Wastewater Superintendent with the Town of Osgood and System Operator for Friendship Regional Sewer District, was presented with the “Wastewater System Operations Specialist of the Year” award from Alliance of Indiana Rural Water during their Spring Conference held in French Lick, IN on March 15th.Tony has worked for Town of Osgood for 24 years and for Friendship Regional Sewer District for 19 years.Wood works on applying for grants to modernize both utilities and is currently working with Ripley County Emergency Management and Laughery Valley Watershed using weather stations to obtain digital stream flow information for discharges.
EGBA warns Danish tax hikes could boost offshore market June 8, 2020 Related Articles StumbleUpon Share Spillemyndigheden adds technical requirements on game and wagering reporting June 23, 2020 Submit Jakob HagemannCopenhagen-based start-up Kiggit has announced the launch of its football pools betting app for the UK market, having been approved a UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) License last September.Founded by CEO Jakob Hagemann, Kiggit aims to bring football pools to the social media generation. Hagemann describes the product as a ‘hybrid product, where the Betfair Exchange meets The Football Pools ’.The ambitious start-up has launched apps on iOS and Android devices. Users can generate their own pools and play against friends or they can join one of Kiggit’s community pools.Kiggit’s founding team stated that it wanted to test its product, within the World’s most competitive online gambling market. Hagemann commented on his firm’s first release;“We got some interesting user data that tells us we need to focus on Kiggit’s own pools, and then allow users to invite friends on to them rather than focusing on users creating their own. It is a UX and design matter and we are now updating the app according to feedback and data. We have proven our platform works and we are now going to focus on the user acquisition side”.Should Kiggit gain traction in the UK betting market, Hagemann states that his team will than aim to launch in its home market of Denmark“It’s a great feeling to be live, but we want to challenge the big guys now, so we need to keep moving. We are now looking to secure the next round of funding that will help us launch commercially in both the UK and Denmark”. Altenar: Supporting expansion plans in Denmark and Portugal August 20, 2020 Share