2010 June 28 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
We’ve got a preview of the PokerStars Big Game, which is in its third week. Did you catch the premiere of Entourage last night? If you did, then you caught Chris Moneymaker and Antonio Esfandiari doing the acting thing.
Governments across Western North Carolina working to regulate video sweepstakes games are closely following efforts by state legislators to ban them.
The poker room at the Naples-Fort Myers Greyhound Track will start a new, increased gaming atmosphere Thursday when a new State of Florida Pari-Mutuel law goes into effect allowing for unlimited stakes.
Online scratchcard software developer Neogames has launched three new games - ‘Ready Set Go’, ‘World Champions’ and ‘Fast Hands’ - to licensees.
‘Fast Hands’ and ‘Ready Set Go’ are both multi-games, designed to give players more play in a single game. Together with ‘World Champions’, a classic scratch card game, ‘Ready Set Go’ has been especially […]
888.com’s b2b division, Dragonfish, has announced the extension of its licensing agreement with Moon Bingo through to 2013.
A company spokesman revealed this week that the agreement includes provision for Moon Bingo to launch a new standalone network powered by Dragonfish later this year. The company has also recently launched the Polo Bingo site on the […]
AJ Thompson, formerly CTO of the Expekt group which is now owned by Mangas Gaming, has been recruited by Bodog Europe and will be responsible for technology issues going forward.
Thompson will report to Patrik Selin, chief executive of the Bodog Poker Network and more recently of Bodog Europe, who said this week: “AJ will bring […]
The entire world is buzzing with excitement about this year’s World Cup soccer matches held in South Africa.
Germany’s convincing defeat of the England football team at the World Cup in South Africa over the weekend was good news for UK bookies, who could have faced pay-outs of up to GBP 50 million had England won, widespread media reports indicate.
Many UK punters placed patriotic bets on England winning through to the finals, but […]
Hong Kong police have told Agence France Presse that further police raids have disrupted another online sports gambling ring over the weekend.
A police spokesman claimed that a record HK$170 million (US$22 million) was taken in on illegal bets on World Cup football games and horse racing by the ring.
Authorities arrested four men linked to Hong […]