2010 September 02 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
All bets are off at Betcha.com, a Seattle-based online bookmaker that couldn’t skirt the state’s gambling laws by making it optional for losing bettors to pay off wagers.
THE Salvation Army says the deal between independent MP Andrew Wilkie and Prime Minister Julia Gillard to combat problem gambling is light on detail.
In just a matter of days, PokerStars will be kicking off the ninth annual World Championship of Online Poker .
If you’ve spent any time at the poker tables recently or even watching poker on TV, then you might start shaking your head in agreement with this list.
Swaziland-based Pigg’s Peak Online Casino has ceased to operate in South Africa since Saturday, reports the Times of Swaziland. The cut-off was at midnight on Saturday, pending a court appeal judgement, Operations Director Lew Saul Koor said. The shutdown was on the advice of the casino’s lawyers after the Swaziland-licensed online casino lost a North […]
The Isle of Man-based online gambling software provider Microgaming.com has announced the launch of its highly anticipated flagship game, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring at its online casino licensees. The company is developing a series of graphic rich online video slots based on this popular movie trilogy and will use […]
Galway Advertiser, September 02, 2010. On Saturday September 25 gambling enthusiasts will have the opportunity to participate in a poker night in aid of the Simon Community, which will take place in surely the most novel setting ever for a poker game in Galway.
The latest step in the Greek government’s attempts to regulate online gaming is, according to eGaming Review magazine, drafted legislation which will require Greek sports betting and online poker and casino providers to set up a server in their home country and open a Greece-based domain name.
The author of a the HR2267 legislative proposal to legalise online gambling in the United States, Congressman Barney Frank, appeared as a guest on the widely distributed Jay Leno Show in the United States this week, putting out the word for a regulated online gaming industry instead of bans. Whilst Frank dealt with the tax […]