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  • March $414 Mega Millions Winner Steps Up to Collect Their Prize
    May 08 2014

    March $414 Mega Millions Winner Steps Up to Collect Their Prize

    One of the winners of the Mega Millions $414 million jackpot draw from March 2014, came forward to claim their share of the jackpot that was split between two winners. The winner from Maryland chose to remain anonymous and opted for the cash option and will take home $76.4 million after taxes. Maryland is one

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  • Canada and France to Face-Off in Their First IIHF Game
    May 08 2014

    Canada and France to Face-Off in Their First IIHF Game

    Canada is still pumped up after taking gold at Sochi and they are eyeing the Ice Hockey World Championships which kicks off this week in Minsk, Belarus. While many see the Canadians as firm favorites, the team does not include most of the players who won gold in Sochi. There is still plenty of talent,

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  • Telephone Betting on Horse and Dog Racing Coming to Arizona
    May 07 2014

    Telephone Betting on Horse and Dog Racing Coming to Arizona

    Residents of Arizona will soon be able to place bets via telephone thanks to a bill signed by Gov. Jan Brewer. The bill allows what is known as “advance deposit wagering” on horse and dog races. The new legislation was sponsored by Sen. Steve Pierce, R-Prescott. It does not restrict gambling to races taking place

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  • Marvel’s Avengers Set to Grace SuperCasino
    May 07 2014

    Marvel’s Avengers Set to Grace SuperCasino

    SuperCasino, one of the most popular online TV casinos in the world, has said it is eagerly looking forward to the release of the next film in the Avengers series which is set for 2015. Age of Ultron is currently in production and stars amongst others Robert Downey Jr. The first film saw the Avengers

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  • Switzerland Moves Towards Online Gambling Legislation
    May 07 2014

    Switzerland Moves Towards Online Gambling Legislation

    The Swiss Federal Government has published a draft of a new gaming bill which would regulate online gambling in Switzerland. The bill would allow land casinos in the country to use their licenses to operate online. The bill also says that all gambling winnings will be tax-free and that poker tournaments will be allowed outside

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  • Casino Mogul Caught in Fistfight With Childhood Friend
    May 07 2014

    Casino Mogul Caught in Fistfight With Childhood Friend

    The Australian gambling mogul James Packer decided to settle a dispute with his childhood friend David Gyngell, a media kingpin, by fighting it out on the streets of Sydney. Packer, worth $6.4 billion, traded blows earlier this week with Gyngell outside Packer’s home. The two men were reportedly fighting over a Nine Network News TV

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  • President of ARJEL Calls Poker a Dead Fad
    May 06 2014

    President of ARJEL Calls Poker a Dead Fad

    The new president of ARJEL the French online gambling regulator, Charles Coppolani, has claimed in an interview that online poker in France was a “fad” which is now “over”. In an interview with Les Échos he said, “The fad is over. Basically, the online poker market may be mature.” This attitude has worried the online

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  • Horse Racing Industry Gathers for Asian Racing Conference
    May 06 2014

    Horse Racing Industry Gathers for Asian Racing Conference

    Hong Kong is quickly becoming the world center of horse racing, a fact cemented by the importance of the Asian Racing Conference being held there. Over the last few years the conference has become one of the most important meetings of its kind. Hong Kong’s Jockey Club poses the only license in the city for

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  • Svenska Spel Sees Revenues Fall Due to Responsible Gambling Measures
    May 06 2014

    Svenska Spel Sees Revenues Fall Due to Responsible Gambling Measures

    A note published by Sweden’s gambling monopoly, Svenska Spel, blamed the “responsible gambling measures” introduced six months ago for a 6.2% loss in profits. A report on the first quarter saw a decrease in net gaming revenues by SEK186 million compared to the same period last year. Overall the group had an operating profit of

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  • Goa Eyes Gambling As Mining Replacement
    May 06 2014

    Goa Eyes Gambling As Mining Replacement

    The Indian state of Goa is steadily making a shift towards commercial gambling. Gambling was always popular with residents who made their living from the iron ore industry. However, mining was banned in 2012 and now the state is focusing on tourism in order to fill the gap in the economy. Tourists are already drawn

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