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  • Oct 31 2007

    France Says No to Gambling Executive Arrest

    Is the French government pro online casino gambling? A few weeks ago, a high profile online gambling executive (the Chief Executive over at Unibet, if you want to be precise) was arrested in Amsterdam’s airport following the issue of an arrest warrant by a French judge. Apperantly, the arrest was triggered by Fancaise des Jeux,

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  • Oct 31 2007

    UK TV Show Becomes Online Casino Game

    Usually, we are used to seeing TV shows that imitate online casino games. People who love gambling get a chance to watch their favorite games being played on TV and everyone is happy. However, sometimes it’s the online casinos that borrow ideas from Television. Strike It Lucky is a game played at the Jackpot Joy

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  • Oct 30 2007

    Online Casino Payment Method List for the Rescue

    Who doesn’t like playing at online casinos? Gambling via the internet is simple and fun; however, with the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act it’s also confusing. How so? Well, according to the anti online casino legislation, financial companies are unable to work with gambling groups or with gamblers. Financial transactions between players and online casino

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  • Oct 29 2007

    Gambling Through the TV in China

    ITonis, a Prague-based interactive television developer, announced that it is now the first non-Chinese firm to operate in the Internet Television market in China. The company will develop a channel that sells lottery tickets for the State Sports Lottery, basically establishing a sort of online gambling operation based on the platform of Television. The new

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  • Oct 29 2007

    Great Results for Government Monopoly

    Although the European Union demands that Sweden will open its online gambling market to competition, the Swedish government has many reasons not to do so. In fact, they have $215 million reasons as Svenske Spel, the Swedish gambling monopoly, generated some $215 million in revenue during the third quarter for the year. The gambling company

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  • Oct 28 2007

    New Casino Technology Rounding the Corner

    Software and technology giant IBM announced last week that vast resources are put into a new project that deals with Virtual Worlds. The company wants to find a way for people to carry their virtual figure from one Virtual World to another making the internet an even smaller place. Currently, there are several virtual worlds

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  • Oct 27 2007

    Poker an Official Sports in China

    Whether or not poker should be considered as sports is a question dealt with by many experts over the years. Some people believe that poker is a game of chance and thus needs to be categorized as any other gambling game. Others think that skill is a strong element of poker and therefore the game

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  • Oct 27 2007

    Online Casino Group’s CEO Called to the US

    The case against online casino sports gambling giant Bodog is moving along. Bodog, possibly the most popular of online casino groups, is dealing with a rights infringement suit placed by 1st Technology. The case revolves around Bodog’s usage of assets that allegedly belongs to 1st Technology. Under a new court order it seems that Calvin

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  • Oct 26 2007

    Online Casino Affiliate Conference in Asia

    Everyone is talking about the online casino industry turning into a global enterprise. We hear about new online casino launches all over the world, but now it seems things have really gotten serious as the first Casino Affiliate Convention is about to take place in Asia. The conference will be held on November 28 in

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  • Oct 25 2007

    US Players to Mobile Bet on Horseracing

    Horse racing bookies and The New York Racing Association are looking into a new platform that will enable players to place bets using their cellphones. Horse racing is everything but new, and mobile gambling is not a new notion either. However, the two were never combined. Online gambling in America, as most of you know,

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