2008 April 03 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Legislation has been introduced in the Alabama House and Senate which could potentially outlaw electronic bingo in Houston County, apparently aimed at the electronic bingo which is planned for the proposed Country Crossing development.
“The St Enodoc management team is delighted that it can leverage its Internet gaming capability to be part of one of the companies that will shape the future of the gaming market.”Read the rest »
“It’s just good business to have a contingency plan in the back of your mind in case these things develop”Read the rest »
The US and international media gave extensive coverage to April 2nd’s Congressional hearings on the hopelessly bogged down Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act regulations, with the consensus across a wide cross section of witnesses appearing to be that the law was just too ambiguous to work, and could have a serious adverse impact on e-commerce.
GTECH Corporation, a subsidiary of Lottomatica S.p.A. has agreed to acquire 90 percent of Gibraltar-based St Enodoc Holdings Limited and its subsidiaries, including St Minver Limited, a highly successful provider of end-to-end white label gaming services.
Players at Casino Action poker websites, which were not taken over in the rescue operation by Casino Rewards (see previous InfoPowa reports) now have an online venue where claims against the Tusk Corporation which owned Casino Action can be lodged.