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Issue Date: Vol. 51, No. 3, March 2011, Posted On: 2/25/2011


NC Poker And Sweepstakes Operators Break Ties


N. Montano
nick@vendingtimes.net
Internet sweepstakes games, video poker, North Carolina, Entertainment Group of North Carolina, Brad Crone, Campaign Connections, Internet Based Sweepstakes Organization, amusement business

RALEIGH, NC -- The Entertainment Group of North Carolina, a state operator association that supports legalization of video poker, has reportedly severed its ties with spokesman and lobbyist Brad Crone of Campaign Connections.

EGNC's website -- ncdontgobroke.com (NC Don't Go Broke) -- has been down for about a week.

Crone remains active as the spokesman for another state operator group, the Internet Based Sweepstakes Organization, according to the Charlotte News-Observer. | SEE STORY

The paper said there is "an increasing divide" between EGNC and IBSO. It implied, but did not explicitly state, that the pro-poker operators of EGNC may favor traditional taxation systems in which businesses perform all accounting and tax payments themselves (based on non-networked equipment).

In contrast, IBSO's sweepstakes game operators may favor a state-run auditing system with automatic tax payment (based on networked equipment).


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